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BAKEHOUSE Mére is a charming bakery and sandwich shop located in Kyoto, Japan. This cozy establishment offers a delightful selection of freshly baked bread and mouthwatering sandwiches that are sure to satisfy any craving.

The bakery at BAKEHOUSE Mére is known for its artisanal bread, made with high-quality ingredients and traditional baking techniques. From crusty baguettes to soft and fluffy rolls, each loaf is carefully crafted to perfection. The aroma of freshly baked bread fills the air, creating an inviting atmosphere that will make your mouth water.

In addition to their delectable bread, BAKEHOUSE Mére also offers a variety of sandwiches that are made to order. Whether you're in the mood for a classic ham and cheese or a more adventurous combination of flavors, you'll find something to suit your taste buds. Each sandwich is made with the freshest ingredients and served on their delicious homemade bread.

What sets BAKEHOUSE Mére apart from other dining establishments is their commitment to quality and attention to detail. The bakers and chefs take pride in their craft, ensuring that every bite is a memorable experience. Whether you're stopping by for a quick bite or looking to stock up on bread for the week, BAKEHOUSE Mére is a must-visit destination for bread lovers in Kyoto.

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Bakehouse Mére Overview


Kawashima Rokunotsubochō, Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto 615-8103


+81 (0) 75-874-3110


1 minute walk from Rakusai-guchi Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 8:30AM-8:00PM
Mon: 8:30AM-8:30PM
Tue: 8:30AM-8:30PM
Wed: Closed
Thur: 8:30AM-8:30PM
Fri: 8:30AM-8:30PM
Sat: 8:30AM-8:00PM

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Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Bakehouse Mére Reviews

Bakehouse Mére Google Average Rating



I don't really understand all the negative reviews. It's in a very convenient location next to the station with a delicious variety of reasonably priced bread and it also has a nice cafe inside with a few seats. I tried a pastrami mini baguette sandwich, red bean with butter bun, and melon bread, which according to the sign, was recently featured on TV. I enjoyed that the baguette was a bit hard as it's hard to find crispy bread in Japan as softer bread is generally prefered. Some of the comments mention that the service isn't that great or that it isn't as good as it used to be but for a first timer it was really good and I'd definitely stop by again and pick up a sandwich.


A convenient store located in front of the ticket gates of Hankyu Rakusaiguchi Station. There are many customers on the way home from Aeon Mall. There are various kinds of bread for each season, and although the price is not low, the taste is outstanding.


Bread tastes vary, but I found it delicious. Especially the sandwiches and brownies were delicious. The chocolate brownie is a bit soft, but has walnuts (nuts?) inside, which gives it a nice texture. The sandwich had a gentle flavor, which was good for me as I don't like strong foods. The place next to it where you could buy coffee was closed, which was a shame because I used to buy coffee occasionally.

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