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Breakfast in Shibuya

Tokyo, a city known for its bustling city life and tons of commuters, is a surprisingly hard place to find breakfast. Most establishments only open around lunch and even the coffee shops don’t open until late morning. However, visitors don’t have to resort to a plastic-wrapped rice ball breakfast from the convenience store. Shibuya is filled with bakeries and cafes that will suit everyone from business people heading to work in the morning to partiers recovering from their all-night doings.

Breakfast in Shibuya
  • Baked Goods at 365 Days

    Baked Goods at 365 Days

    Baked Goods at 365 Days

    365 Days is a Japanese style bakery serving fresh, fluffy bread. Inspired by European bakeries, 365 Days offers a variety of pastries and bread items for later in the day, such as baguettes and sandwich loaves. Each item is handmade with ingredients sourced domestically. The bakery is best known for their Japanese-Western fusion breads, such as the red bean bun or the bun with chocolate ganache filling. 365 Days is one of the most popular bakeries in Shibuya and has been written up in many “best of” magazine listicles. Be sure to get there early to grab the freshest batch.

  • Retro Breakfast at Buy Me Stand

    Retro Breakfast at Buy Me Stand

    Retro Breakfast at Buy Me Stand

    Buy Me Stand is a turquoise 1950s Americana fever dream of a cafe. The cafe represents an old school diner with vintage tiling and type font, and upgraded diner food to match. Breakfast starts at 8AM and every item is 1,000 yen or under. Dishes range from a typical American style breakfast with eggs to order, toast, bacon, and hashbrowns to a more homey style Strata breakfast casserole. All dishes are served with coffee.

    Retro Breakfast at Buy Me Stand

    Retro Breakfast at Buy Me Stand

  • Scandinavian Coffee at Fuglen

    Scandinavian Coffee at Fuglen

    Scandinavian Coffee at Fuglen

    Hailing from Norway, Fuglen is a cafe during the day and a bar at night. The vintage decorations and mid-century modern furniture create a cozy living room vibe for freelancers typing away at the teak wood counters. The coffee is third wave Scandinavian style, which means the roast is lighter than much of the average Japanese-style dark blend coffee. The cafe offers espresso drinks from lattes to cortados, as well as the standard drip coffee made from a choice of single origin beans. Food is also offered in the morning: yogurt and granola for the health-conscious and croissants, pies, and pastries for everyone else. On nice mornings, diners are welcome to enjoy their breakfast outside and watch the city as it slowly begins to wake up.

    Scandinavian Coffee at Fuglen

    Scandinavian Coffee at Fuglen

  • Classy Yet Affordable Breakfast at Hotel Koe

    Classy Yet Affordable Breakfast at Hotel Koe

    Classy Yet Affordable Breakfast at Hotel Koe

    Hotel Koe is open from 7:30AM and offers a variety of affordable choices, under 1,000 yen, made by Satoshi Kakegawa, the chef at the popular Daikanyama-based French restaurant “Ata.” The best option is the bakery buffet breakfast, which offers a choice between granola, scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon, cheese salad, or soup with a bread buffet, and an unlimited variety of fresh breads and pastries. The restaurant is spacious and is a good place to linger over the drink bar and open bakery.

  • Trendy Brunch at Path

    Trendy Brunch at Path

    Trendy Brunch at Path

    A little behind the times, the brunch trend has recently hit Tokyo, and it’s hit hard. The best chefs around the city are gearing up for the ever increasing queues in the morning and the competition means the quality is consistently improving. Path was opened by Taichi Hara and Yuichi Goto, both heavy hitters in the Japanese and international culinary scene, and creates an unpretentious atmosphere for diners looking for superior food without the attitude. The pastries are the recommended breakfast item, as Goto was trained as a patissier and worked in France’s highly acclaimed La Maison Troisgros before opening Path. For brunch, the Dutch pancake, topped with prosciutto, burrata, and maple syrup, is the most popular item. Path opens at 8AM but on weekends queues can begin before the opening time.

    Trendy Brunch at Path

    Trendy Brunch at Path

  • Comfy Chairs and Good Food at Public House

    Comfy Chairs and Good Food at Public House

    Comfy Chairs and Good Food at Public House

    Located within the Hotel Mets Shibuya, Public House is a spacious restaurant best for enjoying a leisurely morning or getting some quick work done before the start of the day. Breakfast is served buffet style and provides a wide variety of both Japanese and Western cuisine. Take advantage of the comfy sofas and free wi-fi and while away the hours with some delicious, unlimited breakfast food.

    365 days
    Address
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-6-12
    Phone
    0368047357
    BUY ME STAND
    Address
    東京都渋谷区東1-31-19 マンション並木橋302
    Phone
    03-6450-6969
    Fuglen Tokyo
    Address
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-16-11
    Phone
    0334810884
    PATH
    Address
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Tomigaya 1-44-2A-FLAT1F
    Phone
    0364070011
  • PUBLIC HOUSE
    Address
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shibuya 3-29-17 Hotel Mets Shibuya 3F
    Phone
    0334095561
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