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Bakery: Bread

Nakagawa Komugiten

Nakagawa Komugiten Overview


1 5 2 Shimogamo Matsunokicho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto 606-0816


+81 (0) 75-702-6672


12 minute walk from Demachiyanagi Station (Keihan Electric Railway)
Right next to Shimogamo Shrine bus stop (Bus routes 1, 4, 205)

Operating Hours

Sun: 10:00AM-4:00PM
Mon: Closed
Tue: Closed
Wed: Closed
Thur: 10:00AM-4:00PM
Fri: 10:00AM-4:00PM
Sat: 10:00AM-4:00PM

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Nakagawa Komugiten Description

Nakagawa Komugiten is a charming bakery located in Kyoto, Japan. This bakery has gained recognition as one of the top 100 bakeries in the region, earning the prestigious title of 'PAN WEST Best 100 Restaurant 2022.' With a rating of 3.70 out of 5 stars and 257 reviews on Tabelog, it is clear that Nakagawa Komugiten has captured the hearts and taste buds of many locals and visitors alike.

What sets Nakagawa Komugiten apart from other bakeries is its dedication to using high-quality ingredients and traditional baking techniques. The bakery specializes in a wide variety of bread and pastries, including their famous pan and bagels. Each item is carefully crafted to perfection, resulting in a delightful combination of flavors and textures.

Upon entering Nakagawa Komugiten, you will be greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere. The interior is tastefully decorated, creating a cozy ambiance that makes you feel right at home. Whether you're looking for a quick breakfast on the go or a leisurely afternoon treat, Nakagawa Komugiten is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings.

Some must-try menu items at Nakagawa Komugiten include their fluffy and fragrant pan, which comes in a variety of flavors such as chocolate, matcha, and cheese. Their bagels are also highly recommended, with options like sesame, plain, and cinnamon raisin. Pair your choice of bread with a cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea for the ultimate indulgence.

If you find yourself in Kyoto, make sure to visit Nakagawa Komugiten for a delightful bakery experience. With its exceptional quality, cozy atmosphere, and mouthwatering menu, this bakery is sure to leave a lasting impression on your taste buds.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available



Stylish Interior

Nakagawa Komugiten Reviews

Nakagawa Komugiten Google Average Rating


Nakagawa Komugiten Tabelog Average Rating



Some really nice bread but get here early as it sells out fast!


Super delicious bakery, using hand ground, organic flour from their own gardens. Bagles, cinnamon rolls, uniquely shaped baguettes. Near Shimagamo Jinja. Go early, because many items sell out quickly. My favorite bakery in Kyoto!


I arrived at the store after 1pm on a holiday, and there was a line. Some people came to buy by bicycle, while others came by car.
When I looked at the showcase on my first visit, there were no breads with various toppings, but only simple breads with single toppings, so it literally looked like a ``wheat store.'' I purchased the following two items.

⚫︎Bagel Noah (200 yen)
This bagel is made with strong flour and whole wheat flour, and the only topping is walnuts. With a simple bagel like this, you might want to spread cream cheese on it or add a side dish like salmon to give it a bit of an accent, but this bagel has none of that and makes you want to eat it as is. Although there is no filling mixed into the bagel, it is a bagel with a simple sweetness that makes you want to enjoy the bagel itself.

⚫︎Cinnamon roll (200 yen)
Similar to bagels, this is a simple bread made with only cinnamon sugar. Cinnamon sugar is a great complement to bread and is less sweet than regular cinnamon sugar. When I took a bite of this bread, I could immediately feel the quality of the ingredients, and I was impressed.
I wonder if there are cinnamon rolls like this.

Bread has a lot of meaning. Generally, restaurants with high reviews have a lot of creative ingredients, but I think it's rare to find something this simple.
It's far from the station, but it's right next to Shimogamo Shrine, so why not stop by? When I visited there were only locals, but I think it would be perfect for tourists as well as for breakfast the next day.


Translated from Japanese:

I went on a tour of bakeries in Kyoto and went to Nakagawa Wheat Shop. Last time I went to the store, it was sold out, so I went there in the morning. When I went to the store in the morning on a holiday, there was a lot of bread. Croissants and Fra...


Translated from Japanese:

Nakagawa wheat store that I've always wanted to go to! If you take the Kyoto city bus and get off in front of Shimogamo Shrine, you will find it right along the road. There was no line up before noon on a weekday, and I was able to get in right away. ◎Croissant 220 yen ◎Ann 280 yen ◎Co...


Translated from Japanese:

[Nakagawa Wheat Store] is located near Shimogamo Shrine. When viewed from the outside, the shop's large bagel decorations catch the eye. As soon as I entered the store, the delicious smell of bread filled my nose! The showcase is small and has hard breads...

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