A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

From long-established bakeries to popular new bakeries that are the talk of the town, we introduce some of the numerous bakeries of Chuo City, all of which offer a variety of classic breads that are perfect for both breakfast and light gourmet. With such a delicious selection to choose from, you'll want to visit again and again.

  • ORIMINE BAKERS, Kachidoki Shop
  • ORIMINE BAKERS, Kachidoki Shop

    ORIMINE BAKERS, Kachidoki Shop

    ORIMINE BAKERS, Kachidoki Shop

  • ORIMINE BAKERS, Kachidoki Shop
  • The bakery with the large bear-shaped signboard, Orimine features many different varieties of bread, including stuffed bread made with seafood from Tsukiji and cream bread baked in the distinct shape of its emblematic bear. Its delicious "Focaccia iidako", which is the pride of the bakery, features iidako lightly sautéed with olives and garlic and oven-baked with parmesan cheese and tomato sauce to create a delightful and exquisite dish.
  • Focaccia iidako 298yen each(including tax)
  • Sandwich Parlor Matsumura
  • Sandwich Parlor Matsumura

    Sandwich Parlor Matsumura

    Sandwich Parlor Matsumura

  • Sandwich Parlor Matsumura
  • Founded 100 years ago, Sandwich Parlor Matsumura is a bakery & café with an eat-in space where Ningyocho locals regularly gather. Its specialty "Cream bread", which has remained unchanged since its founding, is infused with a delicate hint of vanilla that will leave you with a rich and pleasant sweetness that you'll never get tired of, even if you eat it every day.
  • Cream bread 120yen each(including tax)
  • CARA AURELIA, Nihonbashi Shop
  • CARA AURELIA, Nihonbashi Shop

    CARA AURELIA, Nihonbashi Shop

    CARA AURELIA, Nihonbashi Shop

  • CARA AURELIA, Nihonbashi Shop
  • A bread rolls specialty shop that specializes in bread using Sudaki-tou sugar made exclusively from raw Amami sugar cane and brown sugar. You could choose two different type of bread roll, including a stuffed bread-type made from sugar cane, and a sweets-type made from brown sugar. Its "Cara-style egg salad", is filled with dried tomato mixed with egg salad, complete with an accent of sour tomato that you can really feel.
  • Cara-style egg salad 300yen(including tax)
  • Bakery Le Pain
  • Bakery Le Pain

    Bakery Le Pain

    Bakery Le Pain

  • Bakery Le Pain
  • Located in Namiyoke-dori St., Tsukiji market, the shop front window is chock full of flaky and delicious croissants. Its feature "Anko Croissant" (anko means sweet bean paste) is liberally dusted with ground poppy seed for a unique taste that matches beautifully with the anko bean paste, and to top it off, the dough is a specialty bread made to brown to a savory and crisp texture. An eat-in space is available so customers can enjoy all of the bakery's offerings inside the store.
  • Anko Croissant 230yen each(including tax)
  • Address
    4-16-7, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A four-minute walk from Tsukijishijo Station Exit A1 on the Toei Subway Oedo Line
    Open Hours
    9:00~15:00
    Day Off
    Sundays, holidays, and when the fish market is closed
    * Open on Sundays and holidays in December
    Contact
    03-3248-8858
    03-3248-8858
  • BOULANGERIE L'ecrin
  • BOULANGERIE L'ecrin

    BOULANGERIE L'ecrin

    BOULANGERIE L'ecrin

  • BOULANGERIE L'ecrin
  • A bread specialty store of the popular French restaurant Ginza L'ecrin Group, where the bread is carefully baked daily in an underground bakery. Its "Red wine champagne and cranberry" bread features a classic mixture of grape skin puree, cranberries, walnuts and figs, and offers a distinct flavor in which you can enjoy the rich essence of red wine from the first bite.
  • Red wine champagne and cranberry 378yen each(including tax)