Hailing from Kobe's Sannomiya, the Miyabi bakery and café specialises in fluffy, carb-heavy but oh-so-tasty Danish breads and pastries. Opened in April 2015, the brand's first Tokyo shop can be found right by Asakusabashi Station, where the ground-floor bakery sells favourites like Miyabi Cubes (¥380) and Hokkaido Melon Pan (¥230), while the upstairs sit-down café is where to taste treats like honey toast (¥700) with acacia honey tea. If you're ever in the area and feel a sudden craving for something sweet, this one is a safe choice.
|Venue name:||Miyabi Cafe||Contact:|
1-26-1 Asakusabashi, Taito-ku
|Opening hours:||8am-9pm daily|
|Transport:||Asakusabashi Station (Sobu, Asakusa lines)|