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Bakery: Bread

Boulangerie Seiji Asakura

Boulangerie Seiji Asakura Overview


2-chōme-6-20 Takanawa, Minato City, Tokyo 108-0074


+81 (0) 3-3446-4619


5 minute walk from Takanawa-dai Station
10 minute walk from Shirokanetakanawa Station
15 minute walk from Shinagawa Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Mon: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Tue: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Wed: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Thur: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Sat: Closed

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, JCB

Boulangerie Seiji Asakura Description

Boulangerie Seiji Asakura is a charming bakery located in Tokyo, Japan. This bakery stands out from the rest with its unique and delicious selection of bread and pastries. As you step inside, you'll be greeted by the warm and inviting aroma of freshly baked goods.

The menu at Boulangerie Seiji Asakura offers a wide variety of bread, ranging from classic baguettes to unique creations infused with local flavors. One of their standout items is the Matcha Croissant, a flaky pastry filled with rich and creamy matcha custard. Another must-try is their Hokkaido Milk Bread, a soft and fluffy loaf that melts in your mouth.

What sets Boulangerie Seiji Asakura apart is their commitment to using high-quality ingredients and traditional baking techniques. Each bread is carefully crafted by skilled bakers, resulting in a perfect balance of texture and flavor. Whether you're a bread enthusiast or simply looking for a delightful treat, Boulangerie Seiji Asakura is the place to be.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available




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You got to come here if you are in the area. This is a local award winning bakery. The Baguette is out of this world.


Sandwiches made with focaccia or baguette. The "regular" bakery items are solid and delicious even on the next day. Highly recommended, though it's tough to pick with so many great choices.

I wish they accepted cashless payments instead of investing in a high tech scanner and automatic money counting cashier.


This is easily one of the best bakeries I have ever been to. You can quickly understand why they have so many baking awards on display. Although you may be paying a dollar more than some other bakeries the quality difference makes it totally worthwhile in my opinion. It's worth seven taking a detour to come by here. My personal recommendation is the tandoori chicken bread (savoury) and the macadamia chocolate chip bread (sweet). The staff are so kind and professional as well.


Translated from Japanese:

Work around Shirokane. I finished work early, so I visited this restaurant for the first time, which was recommended by a reviewer I trust. I had finished work near Shirokane-Takanawa Station, so I finally arrived at the store after walking quite a distance. ...


Translated from Japanese:

I was planning to get off at Sengakuji and buy the famous daifuku before heading there, but the Japanese confectionery shop had already sold out or was closed...lol. I'll pull myself together and head over here. It's a city with a lot of hills, but it's all downhill so it's manageable. ...


Translated from Japanese:

Reservations for Patisserie Ryoko are generally made on Saturdays. It's like having entremets all by yourself on Saturday and Sunday. But on this day, I made a reservation for Sunday and went to pick it up, so if I do that, I'll stop by here as well! Se...

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