6 Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Tokyo

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Meeting friends over breakfast or brunch is part of a rousing start to the day in any big city.

And one of the best places to enjoy a delicious brunch is Tokyo.

Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Tokyo
Looking for the best breakfast and brunch spots in Tokyo?

The city is a gastronomic capital of the East, so it’s no surprise that you will find world-class brunch spots in the major Tokyo districts.

In this article, we share the very best breakfast and brunch spots in Tokyo.

1. Breakfast & Brunch Jade5

Address広尾5-17-6, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Telephone+81 3-6409-6335
URLhttps://www.facebook.com/people/BreakfastBrunch-Jade5/100048384675403/ 
Social websitehttps://www.instagram.com/breakfast.brunch_jade5/ 
Opening hoursMon: Closed
Tue – Fri: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
Sat: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Sun: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Price 🍳🍳
Takeout/deliveryTakeout 
Menu highlightsStacked pancakes, Bacon, eggs, home fries

If you want to brunch in Tokyo like a local, Shibuya favorite Breakfast & Brunch Jade 5 has nailed an all-day Western breakfast. 

They serve brunch the way it should be, with crispy bacon, pancakes, and a jug of syrup halfway through the day! More sophisticated and healthier tastes are being catered to with classics like Eggs Benedict or baked oats. 

This is a very easygoing spot and $11 (1500 yen) should be enough to fill you up. Just remember to check social media before you head there because the café sometimes closes unexpectedly. 

2. Parklet Bakery

Address14-7 Kofune-cho, Nihonbashi,Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan103-0024
Telephone03-3527-2627
URLhttps://parkletbakery.com/ 
Social websitehttps://www.instagram.com/parkletbakery/
Email [email protected]
Opening hoursDaily: 08:30 am – 6:30 pm
Price 🍳🍳
Takeout/deliveryTakeout
Menu highlightsThe omelet sando with avocado and Au Bon Vieux Temps ham 

If you want to see and be seen while having breakfast or brunch in Tokyo, Parklet is a hot destination that’s well worth dining in at. This trendy-yet-relaxed bakery cafe is run by American chefs Kate and JJ Jaksich who have worked at some of the West Coast’s most popular eateries including the Tartine Bakery of San Francisco. 

Take your time with this amazingly delicious menu that is perfect if you and your friends want to share. The toasts are a hit, served with rich ricotta cheese and yuzu curd, or a delicious cashew butter and honey. If you’re looking to fill up the chicory Caesar salad with fresh sourdough croutons is another hit. 

You’ll find Parklet just by Hirodome Children’s Park. It occupies the ground floor of the Soil Nihonbashi co-working space. 

3. Tully’s Coffee

Address3 Chome-2-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan
Telephone+81 3-6259-1623
URLhttps://www.tullys.co.jp/
Social websitehttps://www.instagram.com/tullyscoffeejapan/
Opening hoursMon to Fri: 07:30 am – 8:00 pm
Sat: 08:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sun: Closed
Price 🍳🍳
Menu highlightsThe cheese bread tuna mozzarella croissant

Locals and expats will reach for Tully’s as a no-brainer for a light breakfast in Tokyo. This coffee shop chain is located throughout the city. Tully’s serves decent hot and iced coffee along with light breakfast bites that include a warm Tantan-style pita sandwich with koya tofu fritters and classic French Toast at great value prices. 

4. Ginza Choushoku Lab

Address7 Chome-12-9 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan
Telephone+81 3-6706-2494
URLhttps://choshoku.neu-inc.tokyo/ 
Social websitehttps://www.instagram.com/ginza_morning/
Opening hoursDaily: 08:30 am – 6:30 pm
Price 🍳🍳🍳🍳
Takeout/deliveryNo
Menu highlightsEggs with truffle salt 

This upscale restaurant, located in the 4-star Hotel Musse Ginza Meitetsu Is ideal for a luxury weekend breakfast before sightseeing in Tokyo. The hotel restaurant is open to the public and is known for its delicious combination of Japanese and Western breakfast dishes. Serve yourself a hearty breakfast from the expansive buffet. 

Our top recommendations from the breakfast lab include the savory egg custard, boiled oysters with aonori, and the comforting pumpkin gratin. Of course, there is plentiful miso soup, rice, and fresh bread. 

Ginza Choushoku Lab is pricey, expect to spend up to $22 (3000 yen) per person. However, you can keep eating until 3 pm 😉 

5. World Breakfast Allday

Address2 Chome-4-2-102 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino, Tokyo 180-0004, Japan
Telephone+81 422-27-6582
URLhttps://www.world-breakfast-allday.com
Social websitehttps://www.instagram.com/world_breakfast_allday
Opening hoursDaily: 07:30 am – 8 pm
Price 🍳🍳🍳
Takeout/deliveryYes
Menu highlightsBocadito (roast pork and cheese sandwich seasoned with garlic mojo sauce)

All I can say is WOW! The World Breakfast Allday restaurant chain hits it out of the park when it comes to the art of brunch.

This smash-hit Tokyo eatery serves a menu of breakfast dishes from all over the world. This is such a cool idea as you can try dishes from China, Cuba, Jordan, Poland, and more global destinations. 

If you can’t visit this fun Tokyo brunch spot, at least check out their website menu, which includes information on what different countries eat for breakfast across the world!

6. Tsumugi 

AddressChuo City, Tokyo, Japan · In the Tsukiji Hongan-ji
Telephone+81 3-5565-5581
URLhttps://tsukijihongwanji.jp/enjoy/meal-stay
Social websitehttps://www.instagram.com/tsukijihongwanji_official
Opening hoursDaily: 8 am – 6 pm
Price 🍳🍳🍳🍳
Takeout/deliveryNo
Menu highlightsDuck with sansho pepper

Tsmugi is the restaurant for the information center of Tokyo’s 400-year-old Tsukiji Hongan Temple. However, this modern café has become a destination in itself, because of the quality and taste of its breakfast menu, which is served from 8 am onwards. 

If you would like to be stylish and sophisticated in Tokyo, secure yourself a spot at Tsumugi. Bring an appetite too as you will be treated to an impressive 18-dish breakfast that presents one lavish dish after another. 

Highlights of the 18 Hinmoku No Asagohan signature breakfast include:

  • yam served with tofu and sesame (konnyaku shiroae)
  • matcha jelly
  • and tofu with white bean paste and yuzu.

You can also limit yourself to the traditional Japanese breakfast of grilled fish, umeboshi, and rice. 

This is more of a breakfast spot, so you’ll have to get up to head over before the breakfast menu ends at 11 am. 

Rounding up

With these great restaurants on your checklist, there should be no reason for you to be grabbing a cold onigiri and canned coffee from 7-11.

Treat yourself to a delicious Japanese breakfast served with the great hospitality that Japan is famous for. 

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