Updated: November 07, 2018
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Where To Grab The Best Japanese Or Western Breakfast In Tokyo

Here are the best places to grab Western or Japanese breakfast in Tokyo. This is la creme de la creme in terms of tasty breakfast. Enjoy!

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Ivy Place (アイヴィープレイス) [Daikanyama]

In trendy Daikanyama, a few minutes from Daikanyama station, Ivy Place is a great place to catch some sun outside with some friends. After spending some time at Tsutaya next door, a huge bookstore with great books, magazines and also designer goods, you can stop by Ivy Place. It's a really fashionable restaurant that serves breakfast from 7 am and closes as a bar around 10 PM. You need to try the strawberry pancakes, yum!

Sarabeth's (サラベス) [Shinjuku]

From the classic egg benedicts to French toasts to pancakes, Sarabeths covers some of the most delicious western breakfast classics. Try the "Lemon Ricotta pancakes" that comes with some fresh mixed berries and maple syrup or the "Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict" that is served with an English muffin, smoked salmon, Hollandaise sauce, pepper, and chives. They also have a good selection of fruit juices like the "Four Flowers Juice" which combines oranges, pineapple, banana, and grenadine.
Prices are ¥1,000 to ¥2,000.

Jurin (All day Dining) (オールデイダイニング<樹林>) [Shinjuku]

Jurin located in the Keio Plaza Hotel, is a beautiful restaurant open almost all day, from 5 am to midnight. They offer international food, a mix of Western and Asian meals. They offer all types of things in the buffet, such as cereal, pastries and bread, as well as curry.

Good Morning Cafe (グッドモーニング カフェ) [Sendagaya]

Breakfast is offered from 7 to 10:45 AM, and most dishes are between 530 and 900 yen. How about starting the day with a healthy acai bowl, or some nice crispy french toast, or even a burger if you packed an appetite. The store has a great atmosphere and the interior decorations let you feel relaxed. There are terrace seats too so you can enjoy the nice food under the nice weather.

French Kitchen (フレンチ キッチン) [Roppongi]

Only a few minutes from Roppongi station, this restaurant wasn't the easiest to find although it's at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. What is better than a delicious mix of savoury and sweet treats on a terrace on a beautiful Sunday morning? The breakfast buffet is served from 6:30- 10:30 AM. The buffet starts at 2,500 yen.

SPRING VALLEY BREWERY TOKYO (スプリングバレーブルワリー) [Daikanyama]

Spring Valley Brewery is located around 5 minutes from Daikanyama station. It is a really nice area to walk around in during the day, and this brewery is a great place to take a break any time of the day. There is a nice terrace to sit on outside, but you might want to make a reservation beforehand as this restaurant fills up quickly. Breakfast is served from 8 AM to 11 AM. There are healthy smoothies and acai granola bowls, but there are also burgers and beer flights. So you'll find whatever tickles your fancy.

Daiwa Sushi (大和寿司) [Tsukiji Market]

Do you want to eat like a local? Are you game enough to try sushi for breakfast? It's an awesome way to start the day as well. Fresh fish, miso soup and green tea, you'll feel full, yet you won't leave feeling heavy. Daiwa Sushi is an establishment that's been around for years and carved its old little piece of history and tradition in the laneways of the world's most famous fish market. They are open from 5:30 AM until 1:30 PM, how early you get there is up to you!

Usagiya (うさぎや) [Ueno]

Dorayaki is an awesome Japanese sweet you should try at least once, and why not for breakfast! Wondering where today's dorayaki was invented? Usagiya! They have been offering Dorayaki for more than 100 years now, and their unchanging taste is one of the reasons why they remain so popular. Located around 4 minutes by foot from Okachimachi station, this place is usually crowded, so be there early! You can sit down in the cafe and have the dorayaki as breakfast with a nice cup of coffee. How perfect!

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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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