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Pain Au Sourire Description

Located in the trendy neighborhood of Shibuya in Tokyo, Pain Au Sourire is a charming bakery and cafe that offers a delightful selection of pastries and bread. This hidden gem has been recognized as one of the top 100 bakeries in Tokyo, making it a must-visit destination for food enthusiasts.

The menu at Pain Au Sourire showcases a variety of freshly baked goods, including their signature sourdough bread and delectable pastries. From flaky croissants to fluffy brioche, each item is crafted with precision and care, resulting in a perfect balance of flavors and textures. Whether you're craving a classic pain au chocolat or a unique matcha-infused creation, the bakery has something to satisfy every palate.

What sets Pain Au Sourire apart from other dining establishments is not only the quality of their baked goods but also the cozy and inviting atmosphere. The rustic decor, with its wooden accents and warm lighting, creates a welcoming ambiance that makes you feel right at home. Whether you choose to enjoy your treats in the cozy seating area or take them to go, the experience at Pain Au Sourire is sure to leave a lasting impression.

So, if you find yourself in Shibuya and in need of a delicious pastry or a loaf of bread, make sure to visit Pain Au Sourire. Indulge in their mouthwatering creations, savor the aroma of freshly baked goods, and immerse yourself in the delightful world of Japanese bakery culture.

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Pain Au Sourire Overview


1f 1-chōme-5-2 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0002


+81 (0) 3-3406-3636


5 minute walk from Shibuya Station

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: Closed
Wed: Closed
Thur: Closed
Fri: 8:00AM-6:00PM
Sat: 8:00AM-6:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available



Stylish Interior

Pain Au Sourire Reviews

Pain Au Sourire Google Average Rating



The best feeling in the world is to wake up with your loved one for a hot coffee,and a beautiful croissant. Absolutely breathtaking croissant. Buttery, crunchy, flaky with the right amount of chewiness.

The Monte Cristo sando needs special mention. It's gooey melted cheese and ham sandwiched between 2 slices of french toast


Wholesome. My partner and I had a lunch set each (A&B). The house made bread was clearly still the star of each set, with a crisp crust and enjoyable chew, what you expect from good sourdough bread.

The yuzu and chestnut seasonal breads also stood out. They have some pre-cut tasters for you to try for some items too, which helps if you have choice paralysis :p

Definitely a visit if you’re craving a variation from the typically “sweeter” breads offered in Tokyo.

5-star isn’t so much to say perfect, but more so no reason to deduct, and contextually they hit the spot for where they’re located, and what they’re seemingly trying to achieve :)


The bakery was selected as one of the most famous ones in Japan. Great lunch meals, lots of items, and a cozy atmosphere that lifts you up.

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