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  1. 高級食パン専門店 嵜本
    Photo: Rie Sakamoto『極生"ミルクバター"マリトッツォ ストロベリー』(左)、『極生"ミルクバター"マリトッツォ ピスタチオ』(右)
  2. 高級食パン専門店 嵜本
    Photo: Rie Sakamoto

Time Out says

Sakimoto is a boutique bakery chain originally from Osaka, and this Denenchofu shop is its very first sit-down café in Tokyo. 

The store’s popularity comes from the fact that it makes its signature Gokubi shokupan bread without using eggs or milk, meaning it’s ideal for people with food allergies. Those who aren’t ready to give up on lactose just yet can go for the Gokunama bread – it’s made the same way, but uses milk, butter and cream. Whichever you choose, the bread is crispy but remains soft and fluffy inside.

Aside from bread, Sakimoto also sells maritozzi made with chewy dough baked for over 22 hours, and loaded with whipped cream – sorry, these decadent buns aren’t lactose-free. There are three flavours available: plain cream (¥420); strawberry, with strawberry slices topped with a mixture of whipped cream and strawberry jam (¥450); and pistachio, with a whipped cream mixed with plenty of roasted pistachios (¥470).

You can eat in order takeout and delivery via the official website.


2-49-15 Denenchofu, Ota
Denenchofu Station
Opening hours:
11am-6pm daiy
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