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Le Bihan Bakery | Various Locations


Walnut Bread at Le Bihan

Founded originally in 1913 in the French Bretagne region, Le Bihan is one of many French-style bakeries that have recently popped up all across Tokyo. With popular baked goods such as baguettes, croissants and other traditional viennoiseries, Le Bihan checks all the boxes of what you would expect to find at a good French bakery, but what sets this bakery apart from everyone else is their outstanding Walnut French (see photo). Not only is this type of bread usually extremely hard to find in Japan, but Le Bihan’s version is also more reasonably priced than elsewhere and therefore proudly deserves a place on our Best Bakeries list.

Our recommended bread:
Walnut French Bread くるみのフランスパン
1/2¥350, whole ¥700





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