Updated: November 06, 2018
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Gluten Free Cafes and Restaurants that You Must Try in Tokyo

This list is dedicated to those who are gluten intolerant and looking for gluten-free cafes and restaurants in Tokyo.

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HAPA!

This place is a gluten free Italian restaurant located at a minute walk distance from Asakusabashi station. They serve buckwheat flour pasta (their pasta sauce is also gluten free!), galette, souffle omelette and more at a reasonable price.

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A few minutes walk from Omotesando station, at this all day cafe that is open from 8 in the morning until 9 at night, you can forget all the craziness of the city. With its terrace seats and its quiet atmosphere, you can have a relaxing and chilling breakfast, lunch and dinner. And most importantly, they serve gluten-free food! So why not stop by?

Little Bird

Around a 5 to 6 minute walk from Yoyogi Hachiman station, this gluten free restaurant in Shibuya only use domestic rice and no wheat. They have numbers of dishes that you can enjoy from ramen to desserts, so make sure to check this place out when you are in Shibuya!

Kogomebana (小米花)

If you are looking for a place to grab some coffee or tea, you should go to Kogomebana, a 4 minute walk from Shirokanetakanawa station, where you can enjoy their cakes and tarts. They also have birthday cakes, so if you want to celebrate your friends, this place will be perfect!

Natural Cream Kitchen

Guess what. This place serves gluten free SWEETS BUFFET! So if you are hungry and craving something sweet, then this is where you go. A few minute walk from Meiji Jingumae station, this is where all dessert lovers belong.

Revive Kitchen THREE

THREE is a Japanese cosmetic brand, and they opened a cafe that serve healthy organic dishes at a place that is 5 minute away by walk from Omotesando station. You should try their gluten free pancakes! If you are around Omotesando or Aoyama, you should definitely stop by. They are open from 8 am during the weekdays so this is a perfect place to eat breakfast too!

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