Bäckerei Kaffee Linde


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It’s no longer particularly difficult to find great bread in Tokyo. That being said, although various different French breads are now widely available, bakeries that offer breads from other European countries are still relatively few and far between. Bäckerei Kaffee Linde, owned by a man named Kenji Fujimoto and located along Kichijoji’s Sunroad, offers a range of different baked goods, including pretzels, brown bread, rye bread and a whole range of different German breads. Generally speaking, the breads here aren’t cheap – however, other products, such as traditional German sandwiches and various mouthwatering pastries, are actually relatively inexpensive. Customers are welcome to eat within the premises, however with Inokashira Park only a short walk away, another option is to opt for take out and enjoy a bite to eat outside. For those who haven’t the time to venture out to Kichijoji, they also operate an online store.


1-11-27 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino, Tokyo

Transport Kichijoji station (JR Chuo, Sobu Lines); Inokashira-koen station (Keio Inokashira Line)

Telephone 0422 23 1412

Open daily 10am-8pm / closed for New Year’s holiday


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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