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Breakfast in Tokyo

Breakfast in Tokyo for us is not fish and rice, but eggs, pancakes and all the good stuff we crave from home. Nothing wrong with some fish and soup, but when you are craving a hometown breakfast we recommend this list of restaurants. The options for breakfast and bunch continue to increase in Japan, and we continue to try new locations. Critical is that the restaurants open early (before 9:00) – almost all do on this list. Good Morning and enjoy your breakfast in Tokyo.

Breakfast in Tokyo

Crisscross Omotesando – Breakfast from 8am

Crisscross, located in the heart of Omotesando, has a great ambiance and patio area. They serve breakfast from 8am with your option of rich buttermilk pancakes with your selection of sides, spicy chicken salad & avocado on rye toast, french toast or granola with Greek Yogurt and they serve brunch …

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Tokyo Breakfast Brunch – Open by 8:00

Here are more than 23+ great Tokyo breakfast brunch spots. Looking for a good spot for Tokyo breakfast or brunch on the weekend?  I love breakfast! I am a very earlier riser, so breakfast is my main meal of the day.  There are many other Tokyo Breakfast Brunch spots, but …

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Crossroad Bakery (Ebisu, Tokyo) – Breakfast All Day!

Crossroad Bakery, Ebisu, Tokyo, Breakfast in Tokyo

A new addition to our favorite Tokyo breakfast joints – Crossroad Bakery in Ebisu. It checks all the boxes – open early, free croissants and buns, breakfast all day and good coffee… also very child-friendly. You can enjoy an onsite freshly baked muffin, order a meal or both. Super close …

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Bills (Odaiba, Tokyo) – Delicious Ricotta Pancakes

Bills Odaiba

Bills Odaiba located in the Decks Mall, has an open terrace that gives a beautiful view of Tokyo Bay and the Rainbow Bridge. The large, 200 person seating restaurant is clean and family-friendly. Families can enjoy their meal and take a stroll outside in nice weather or stay-in and shop around. If you walk …

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Eggs n Things Breakfast (Harajuku/Ginza/Odaiba)

Eggs n Things offers a variety of breakfast items from 8:00 – 22:30 on weekends and from 9:00 during the week. Light and fluffy pancakes, waffles, and crepes with your choice of toppings; omelets, meat & eggs, fruit cups and mouth-watering specials like the Hawaiin loco moco or Eggs Benedict with Canadian Bacon. …

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Mr Farmer Komazawa Olympic Park (Komazawa, Tokyo)

Mr Farmer is known for their farm-to-table concept, delivering fresh, locally produced food to local consumers. Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free Mr Farmer offers something for everyone. Mr Farmer Komazawa (their 4th restaurant) is located in Komazawa Olympic Park at the Nishi-guchi gate or near the Jabu Jabu Ike (paddling …

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Ebisu Food Hall (Ebisu, Tokyo) – All Day Family Eats

Ebisu Food Court

The Ebisu Food Hall is a large open restaurant space which is very family friendly. The designers wanted to create a space which had a New York style food hall feel – on a Japanese size level they have accomplished that.  The 117 seat eat-in space has four counters Bakery, Gourmet …

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Good Morning Cafe Sendagaya – Tokyo Breakfast From 7:00

Good Morning Cafe Sendagaya, Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

The Good Morning Cafe Sendagaya opens every day at 7:00 and offers great breakfast options for the best price in Tokyo. If you are staying in the Shibuya or Shinjuku area it easy to get to; located right next to the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. Enjoy breakfast and then walk 8-10 …

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Fungo Breakfast & Burgers Cafe Mishuku, Setagaya

Fungo Breakfast & Burgers Cafe is a local family favorite. It is conveniently located less than a minute walk from the popular Setagaya Park with mini SL train that you can ride, pedal go cart track, playgrounds and shanty town where kids build fires, saw wood and take risks, and a …

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Captain Cook, Hiroo – Tokyo Breakfast Gluten Free

Captain Cook, Tokyo Breakfast

 I was introduced to Captain Cook the other day by my Japanese mommy group – Moms really do know best! Hidden in a small side road right between Hiroo and Nishi Azabu crossing is a cute and fantastic breakfast joint. Captain Cook promotes their food as innovative British cuisine. I …

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