Updated: February 08, 2019
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Fill your buttery craving with the Best croissants in Tokyo

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Japan offers an endless array of local dishes. But international cuisine is also delicious in Japan. Japanese chefs are known for their dedication. They study the French's savoir-faire on location and come back to Japan and adapt the dishes to the Japanese palate. Whether you're craving a delicious flaky, buttery croissant or something with a Japanese twist. Please try these best croissants in Tokyo.

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Maison Landemaine

This bakery located in Azabu and has a nice little terrace. You can also enjoy a morning set, as it opens pretty early it could be a great place to grab a quick bite before heading to work. Authenticity-wise, it is quite on point; the food and decor is reminiscent of a real Parisian Café.

Gontran Cherrier

Gontran Cherrier has a few branches all over Tokyo. The one in Shibuya is conveniently located right next to the station. The flakey butter croissant is of course the most famous, but if you're feeling a little more daring, there are a lot of different local flavors to try from, such as the matcha croissant.

Viron

Viron is also located in Shibuya. So why not go Café-hopping around Shibuya and compare different types of croissant if you still haven't satisfied your butter craving.
There is a bakery on the first floor where you can have breakfast, or a brasserie on the second floor. Their baguette is also famous.

Boulangerie Bistro EPEE

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Let's continue our croissant journey to heaven.
You can jump on the Keio-Inokashira line and head to Kichijoji. This area always tops the popularity chart amongst the Japanese in terms of nicest neighborhoods. It has many nice restaurants, cafés, and bars to choose from, and even a very large and green park. You can take your croissant to go and slowly enjoy it in the park while sitting by the lake. (i.e good date spot).
This bakery is quite small and tends to sell out quickly, but it is delicious and has many seasonal sweets.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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