Doughnut Plant Kichijoji Central Kitchen




NYC-born Doughnut Plant has been churning out all-natural, delicious doughnuts since 1994, and first set foot in Tokyo a full decade ago. Known for its, uh, innovative offerings like crème brûlée doughnuts and jelly-filled squares, the Plant caters to honest and unpretentious sugar-lovers, and is unafraid to go its own way in terms of flavours and business models. Take this Kichijoji shop: open only between midnight and 6am (to ensure that customers get their hands on the freshest product), it sells three kinds of doughnuts, namely vanilla bean, chocolate and organic sugar, in addition to the curious 'doughnut bread'. Recommended for finishing off your night out with a sweet treat.


2-18-16 Kichijoji-Higashicho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo

Transport Kichijoji Station (Keio Inokashira line), north exit

Telephone 0422-23-0558

Open midnight-6am


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