Tokyo Breakfast Brunch – Open by 8:00

Looking for a good spot for breakfast or brunch in Tokyo on the weekends? There are a ton of places in Tokyo to choose from, especially considering that some can be so busy that lines form and you just want to eat already! Though not an exhaustive list, here are 17+ spots we recommend for early risers and breakfast lovers. Some of our picks below have multiple locations around Tokyo. If you have one you recommend that is not listed, please comment below.

Also, check out our handy basic Japanese guide for eating out! 

Tokyo Breakfast Brunch – Almost All Open by 8:00

Latte Graphic brunchJIYUGAOKA AREA – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

1. Latte Graphic, located a short walk from Jiyugaoka station, has a great ambiance and modern cafe area. They serve breakfast with an option of bacon and egg benedict, avocado and salmon benedict, Spanish baked egg w/beans, pancakes, acai bowl, and more. While you’re there check out our One Day Itinerary in Jiyugaoka with Kids.

Our take: 

Taste: Filling Australian breakfast
Price: ¥900 – ¥1,500 per person
Service: Good
Parking: No parking
Toilet: Good size and very clean

Address:2F, 1-8-18, Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152-0035, Japan
Phone: 03-6421-2242
Hours: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Website: lattegraphic.com
Access: 1-minute walk from Jiyugaoka Station

SHIBUYA AREA – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

2. Trunk Kitchen (Shibuya)  located in the Trunk Hotel in Shibuya is a great place to have early breakfast and lazy brunch. Trunk Kitchen, Jingumae - Modern Hip Tokyo Breakfast & BrunchWe recommend staying at the Trunk Hotel if you’re a visitor because of the excellent service and impeccably appointed boutique rooms. At the very least, enjoy a meal! The breakfast service is a la carte, and the brunch is a course menu. Expect to spend about ¥3,500 per diner. Reservations recommended.

Trunk Kitchen, Jingumae - Modern Hip Tokyo Breakfast & BrunchAddress: 5-31 Jinguemae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Hours (weekends): 7:00am – 8:00pm
Phone: 03-5766-3202
Reservations: here
Website: trunk-hotel.com/kitchen/
Access: 10 min walk from Shibuya station, Omotesando station, and Harajuku station

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Hotel Koe Cafe (Shibuya, Tokyo)3. Hotel Koe Cafe (Shibuya) – If you’re looking for a great place to meet up in Shibuya for breakfast or brunch, Hotel Koe Cafe is a great choice. We love that it opens at 7:30, Hotel Koe Cafe, Tokyo Breakfast and Brunchwhich a big plus in the land of the late opening city of Tokyo. The café is on the first floor of the hotel, which is lovely; it’s an open-air space where you can enjoy a coffee or a full meal (eggs, french toast and more). There are also great take away sandwiches which are perfect for your trek over to Yoyogi Park or Meiji Jingu.You can order one of the two daily breakfast set menu options for 1,000 – 1,500 yen which includes a main, bread and drink; or you can request a la carte.

Address: 3-7 Udagawacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo (google map)
Business Hours: 7:30-23:00 (L.O. 22:30)
Website: hotelkoe.com/food/
Instagram: Hotel Koe Tokyo
Facebook: Hotel koe tokyo

Access: 5 min walk from Shibuya station, 8 min walk from Harajuku station

HARAJUKU / OMOTESANDO / AOYAMA AREAS – Tokyo Breakfast and Brunch

4. Bill’s (Harajuku/Omotesando) – Bill’s in Harajuku/Omotesando has the best ambiance of any breakfast place if you can get a seat on the veranda area. If you are a group of over three people, expect to wait for at last 30 mins. The food was delicious. However, I think overpriced compared to Lauderdale’s or Bubby’s. The menu is definitely the most diverse vs. others establishments mentioned on this page, with the exception of the French Kitchen buffet.  I had the grilled meal, and it was extremely filling. There must have been 3-4 eggs in the scramble, and the slices of bacon were extremely thick and fatty. The orange juice was the best juice I think I have had in Tokyo. Bill’s has branches in Shichirigahama, Yokohama and Odaiba.

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Grilled Breakfast
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Eggs and Salmon breakfast
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Fluffy cheese pancakes
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Scrambled eggs
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View from my table on the balcony
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Bill’s Omotesando Inside view

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our take: 

  • Taste: Filling western breakfast
  • Price: ¥1,800-2,800 per person
  • Service: Good
  • Interior: Seats about 100
  • Parking: Public parking in the building basement
  • Toilet: Good size and very clean
  • Child friendliness: Located on the 6th floor – wheelchair, stroller, and child seat friendly

Address: 4-30-3 JingumaeShibuya, Tokyo
Hours: 8:30 to 23:00
Tel: 03-5772-1133
URL: bills-jp.net

5. Crisscross (Omotesando)

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. The terrace is non-smoking and pet-friendly. Crisscross is located in the same complex as Cicada and Breadworks so great to pick up bread and pastries to take home. Reservations recommended.

 

 

Our take: 

Taste: Filling western breakfast
Price: ¥900 – 1500 yen per person
Service: Good
Parking: no parking
Toilet: Good size and very clean

Address: 5-7-28 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo (東京都港区南青山5-7-28)
Phone: 03-6434-1266
Hours: 8:00pm – 10pm (LO 9:00pm)
Website: here
Access: 1 minute walk from Omotesando

 

6. Clinton St. Baking Company (Minami Aoyama)

clinton st. baking company pancakeIf you’re looking for another delicious and hearty American-style breakfast spot open from 9:00am Clinton St. Baking Company is the place. Their breakfast menu is filled with a variety of dishes from hearty pancakes, the star of their breakfast menu, Brioche French Toast, Huevos Rancheros, Spanish Scramble, a variety of Eggs Benedict (chorizo, soft shell crab, cod cake, etc) waffles, and omelets. They also have plenty of soup, salad,  sandwich and taco dishes for those looking for other options.

We had the Smoked Salmon Potato Pancakes (1800 yen), Buttermilk Biscuit Sandwich with Bacon (¥1,300), and the Maple Pancakes with Whipped Cream (1600 yen). The potato pancakes were deliciously crunchy on the outside, the caramelised bacon divine, and the pancakes fluffy and tasty.

Originally from New York, Clinton St. Baking Company opened its doors in Tokyo in August 2013 and is a non-smoking, cash-only establishment. Take-out is available. Highly recommend taking home their freshly baked muffins and scones.

clinton st. baking company signOur take:

  • Taste: Filling American-style breakfast
  • Price: ¥2,000-2,500 per person
  • Service: Good
  • Interior: Seating on the first and second floor
  • Toilet: Located on the 2nd floor. clean.
  • Child friendliness: No child seats, however babies are welcome

Address: 5-17-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo (〒107-0062 東京都港区南青山5-17-1 YHT南青山ビル)
Hours: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Phone: 03-6450-5944
Access: Omotesando Exit B1 on the Chiyoda, Ginza or Hanzomon Line
Website: clintonstreetbaking.co.jp
Facebook: here

ROPPONGI/ AKASAKA AREAS – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

7. Bubby’s (Roppongi/Akasaka) – Bubby’s in Akasaka is a great spot, and have five other locations in Tokyo (check out our thoughts here). This location is on the second floor of the Ark Hills complex and has a large courtyard so kids can be outside for a bit while you enjoy your coffee. Tokyo Breakfast Brunch Will we come again? Yes, with kids or friends in tow.

Our take:

  • Taste: Exactly what we hoped for
  • Price: Approx. ¥1,400-2,500 per person
  • Service: Quick and friendly
  • Environment: Plenty of seating inside and out l
  • Toilet: Yes, for both men and women
  • Child friendly: Yes, with plenty of room for strollers and available baby chairs

Address: Akasaka 1-12-32, Ark Mori Building 2F, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Hours: Hours: Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Weekends 10:00 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Tel: 03-6441-0733
URL: Bubby’s

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Bubby’s Front entry
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Bubby’s Inside table area
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Bubby’s Outside area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

8. Eggcellent (Roppongi) – A little hidden in the center of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower sits this unique and fun gem. Definitely check out the shopping center maps or ask the helpful guides at the information desks! It’s a great spot for the jet-lagged crowd as it opens at 7:00am on weekdays and 8:00am on weekends, and even features a counter space with electrical sockets for those looking to get some work done or simply charge their phones. The entrance is adorable; sculpted as an eggshell with the floor tiled to look like a yolk.

The seating inside is spacious and was full at 2:00pm on a weekday. The customers were all women with babies and small children. Looking around it was clear the favourites dish was Eggs Benedict and Tex-Mex.

I chose the Original Benedict for ¥1,300, which came with a side of potato salad and lettuce, and a well-made piping hot latte. For an additional ¥400, you could get the Half & Half Benedict that has one standard egg benedict with a English muffin and the other on a bed of quinoa with the beloved avocado slice.

Will I come again? Yes, I think it is s a great spot to invite some mums and babies.

Our take: 
Taste: Everything egg you ever wanted for breakfast. Very good, but more of a Japanese breakfast style than American
Price: ¥1,200-2,500 per person
Service: Very good
Interior: Lots of seating inside and out
Toilet: Nice size and clean
Child friendliness: The most stroller and child friendly on this list

Address: 6-4-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Hours: weekdays 7:00 – 21:00, weekends 8:00 – 21:00 (check website for other locations)
Tel: 03-3423-0089
URL: eggcellent.co.jp

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Eggcellent outside eating area
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Inside view of Eggcellent
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Eggcellent Single Eggs Benedict

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

French Kitchen Restaurant 9. French Kitchen (Roppongi) – The French Kitchen located in the Grand Hyatt in Roppongi Hills is my go-to for special brunches. If you want a place for a 1-2 hour leisurely break and brunch, this is the place. The food is fantastic and the restaurant spacious and comfortable. The breakfast buffet for ¥3,550 covers all Japanese and western breakfast and brunch items. The price is great considering the selection of menu and also unlimited coffee and juices. My favourite is the made-to-order omelets and great cheese selection. Kid/child-friendly, but I find it much more relaxing and special without them:-). Definitely my favourite Tokyo Breakfast Brunch location.

Our take

  • Taste: Everything you could want for breakfast both Japanese and Western
  • Price: ¥3,550 per person
  • Service: Excellent
  • Interior: Seats about 100
  • Parking: Public parking in the building basement
  • Toilet: Good size and very clean
  • Child friendliness: Child seats, strollers should be left at the entrance

Address: Grand Hyatt Hotel, 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo
Hours: breakfast is everyday 6:30-10:30
Tel: 03-4333-8781
URL: here

AZABU /  HIROO / MINAMI AZABU AREA – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

10. Sawamura (Hiroo & Minami Azabu)  – Sawamura is one of our favorites, as it has a very nice breakfast menu from 7:00am-10:00am daily. They have a wide selection of bread and make a tasty coffee latte to go or stay, and while the breakfast entrée menu is limited, I have never had a problem finding something that hits my cravings.  Most of these sets about between ¥1,200-1,500. One of our biggest pluses is that it’s open so early for the jet-lagged crowd and there never tends to be long lines at that time! However, if you arrive around 9:00am on weekends, expect to wait for seating. Originally from Karuizawa, Sawamura has two locations in Tokyo; Hiroo and Marunouchi.

Our take: 

  • Taste: Excellent bread selection and a few breakfast entrees that are delicious
  • Price: ¥1,000 – 2, 000 per person
  • Service: Good, but seems stressed in peak time
  • Interior: Limited seating on the 1st floor, but good space on 2nd
  • Toilet: Very small and could use a good cleaning
  • Child friendliness: Not child friendly (too crowded on the 1st floor, and spiral staircase to the second floor)

Address: 5-1-6 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5421-8686
Hours: every day 7:00 to 22:00
Access: five min walk from Hiro Station exit 3
URL: b-sawamura.com

Sawamura Sawamura Hiroo Bakery and Cafe Details
Address: Hiroo Plaza 2F, 5-6-6 Hiroo, Shibuya-ky, Tokyo
Business hours: 7:00 – 20:00
Access: 1 min walk from Hiroo Station Exit 1 on the Hibiya

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Sawamura Inside 1st floor
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Sawamura bread selection
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Sawamura second floor

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. Jade-5 (Hiroo)

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If you are looking for a dog and baby-friendly breakfast spot, Jade 5 is the answer because they serve breakfast all day and have takeout. Because it is small, you may have to wait in the morning for a seat but have no fear – there is a small park just in front to sit a relax until you’re called.

A nice breakfast for a family of four can run about ¥4,000. We ordered the Jade 5 Jack & Jill breakfast (French toast, eggs, a sausage patty, and Jade 5’s signature mash potato patty), the Popeye omelet, plus a few dishes for the kids. We particularly liked the soft French bread used for the toast. You’re bound to find something to tickle everyone’s tastebuds!

Our take

  • Taste: Great breakfast at a good value
  • Price: ¥1,000-1,500 per person
  • Service: Very good
  • Interior: Only seats about 10
  • Toilet: Small and a bit old
  • Child friendliness: Strollers need to be left outside, but has baby seats, also dog-friendly

Address: 5-17-6 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Hours: weekdays and Sat 8:30 –  20:00; Sun and Holidays 8:30 18:00
Tel: 03-6409-6335
URL: no website

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Dogs ok!
Tokyo Breakfast Brunch
Jack and Jill breakfast meal
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Eggs Benedict Florentine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12. Soul Food House @ 148 (Azabu Juban)

Even though it’s only open for brunch on Sundays from 11:00am-15:00, it is so good you must visit! The food is as authentic as it can be, with staples that all American Southerners grew up loving; fried chicken, waffles, BBQ pulled port, gumbo, biscuits, catfish, chitlins, and greens. Soul Food Hours @ 148 (official name) offers an awesome variety from Tokyo breakfast brunch on Sundays, to lunch and dinner from Wednesday – Saturday. Bravo to owners and cooks, LaTonya and David Whitaker for bringing their Mississippi and Georgia roots to Tokyo.

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A favorite meal here of the day is breakfast, so we visited for the brunch as soon as they opened on Sunday morn’. We opted for the waffles and fried chicken plate (¥1,480), fried egg slide and hash browns (¥980), and a side dish of biscuits and gravy (¥780). The waffles were light and fluffy which complement the crispy fried chicken. Of course, there is maple syrup served on the side so you can adjust the sweetness. My egg slider and hash browns were the perfect amount for me and absolutely wonderful. Biscuits are my favorite so saved those for last, and they were a treat melting in our mouths with the gravy. An awesome brunch!

Address: 2-chōme−8−10 | Azabujūban | Tokyo | 106-0045Soul Food House TOkyo
Phone: 03-5765-2148
Open hours: Sunday 11:00 -15:00, Wed-Sat 11:00 -20:00, Closed Monday and Tuesday
Access: 3 min walk from Azabu Juban Station on the Oedo and Namboku Lines. Located directly across from the Blue and White Shop and the Peacock Super.
Website: soulfoodhouse.com
Facebook: here

EBISU / DAIKANYAMA AREAS – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

13. Crossroad Bakery (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 to Ebisu station, Daikanyama, and Ebisu Playground Park –  location easy for walkers or bikers. Our favorite was the French Toast and Egg Muffin. Here is the Breakfast menu. For under ¥1,000 one can enjoy a filling meal, including a coffee or mocha latte is also very delicious. The entire restaurant is very child and stroller-friendly, so bring the entire family. They also sell half and full loves of their wonderfulCrossroad Bakery, Ebisu, Tokyo, Breakfast in Tokyo bread and have a selection of pies that can be ordered for takeout or eat in.Crossroad Bakery, Ebisu, Tokyo, Breakfast in Tokyo
Address: 1-16-15 Nishi Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo ( 東京都渋谷区恵比寿西1-16-15 1F)
Hours: Everyday 8:00 – 23:300
Phone: 03-6277-5010
Access: Three min walk from Ebisu station on the JR Yamanote and Hibiya Line
Website: http://crossroadbakery.com/

 

Ivy Place pancakes 114. Ivy Place (Daikanyama) -Ivy Place is our favorite child-friendly spot to have breakfast on the weekend. Located in the stylish Daikanyama T-Site complex, Ivy Place opens daily from 7:00 a.m. and offers a variety of breakfast choices that change with the season. Patrons have the choice of indoor or outdoor seating. Indoors is spacious and lovely; outdoors you have an up close view of greenery. Their garden terrace is popular and crowded on nice weather days.

We usually order the popular classic buttermilk pancakes served with butter and your choice of maple syrup or honey (¥1,300) with additional fruit toppings (¥350) and a coffee (¥300  with breakfast) with unlimited refills – rare in Tokyo. The pancakes are very good and generously portioned, and the free coffee refills are appreciated. The flatbread Pizza (¥1200) and seasonal smoothies (¥850) are family favorites.

Tokyo Breakfast BrunchIvy Place doesn’t take reservations for breakfast so get there early on the weekend! The place fills up fast. If crowded the staff will take your name and number and call you when the next table is available.

After having a leisurely breakfast at Ivy Place we love browsing the stores in the leafy T-site complex; the Bornelund Toy store, the Tsutaya Book store; the Motovelo bike store to test out the new battery-powered assisted bicycles; and more.

Ivy Place bar area Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

It’s a really kid-friendly spot with baby chairs and tableware for kids available, stroller accomodating, and a diaper and nursing room in the T-site complex.

Ivy Place outdoor patio

Address: Daikanyama T-Site Garden, 16-15 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-6415-3232
Hours: Daily 7:00-22:00
Access: A 6-min walk from Daikanyama Station or a 5-min walk from Ebisu Station. Parking is available next door with discounted rates or orders over ¥2,000 1-hour free parking. Orders over ¥5,000 2 hours free parking.
Website: here

SHIBA/HAMAMATSUCHO – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

15. Le Pain Quotidien (Shibakoen) – This is a unique breakfast spot in Tokyo since it opens early (7:30) and is nestled between cultural and iconic spots such as Shiba Park, Zojoji, Tokyo Tower, Daimon, and Hamarikyu. A great spot to enjoy an early breakfast or brunch before you set out for a fun day. Le Pain Quotidien, which originated in Brussels and Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast Brunchtranslates to “The Daily Bread, ” does have amazing bread made on-site, and also offers a diverse breakfast menu with eggs, yogurt, and cheeses. A fun part of eating at Le Pain Quotidien is the chocolate and nut spread that you can serve yourself and apply to your bread. Here is the updated English menu to whet your appetite.  Le Pain Quotidien Menue in English.

I highly recommend the Eggs Benedict, Farmers Plate, and Bread Basket. The serving sizes are normal for Japan – not too small and not too big. Expect to pay about ¥2,000 per adult with food and drinks for breakfast. The store opens early and offers a large covered patio far enough from the curb side that it is child-friendly. Note that only drinks and bread purchased in the bakery can be eaten outside. Restaurant orders must be eaten in the sitting area which is very rustic with wooden tables, views of the kitchen, and green views from the large windows in the back.

Le Pain Quotidien, Shibakoen, Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

Address: 3-3-1, Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 3-6430-4157
Hours: Mon-Sun: 7:30 – 22:00 (21:00 L.O.)
Access: 1 min walk from Onarimon Station (Exit A1) on the Mita Line, or 2 min walk from Shibakoen Station (Exit A1) on the Mita or Oedo Lines.
English Website: lepainquotidien.jp
SENDAGAYA AREA – Tokyo Breakfast Brunch
16. Good Morning Cafe (Sendagaya) –  Opens every day at 7:00 and offers great breakfast options for the best price in Tokyo. Enjoy breakfast and then walk 8-10 mins to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden for a wonderful morning adventure.Good Morning Cafe Sendagaya The breakfast menu is simple with eight meals offered: Acai bowl, French toast, Scrambled eggs, Fried eggs, Morning burger (great for jet lag), Ham Panini, Veggie bowl, and toast set. Our two favorites are the scrambled egg set which includes toast and yogurt on the side for ¥630, and the perfectly toasted crispy french toast with light syrup and fresh cream on the side sprinkled with cinnamon for ¥750 yen. Since it’s a baby and kid-friendly place with baby chairs, and a changing and nursing room, bring the whole family!

 


Good Morning Cafe Sendagaya, Tokyo Breakfast Brunch

Address: Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium Pool Building, 1-17-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya, Tokyo
Phone: 03-5775-4800
Business Hours: Check their website for time slots
Access: 3 min walk from the Sendagaya station on the JR Sobu line or Kunitachikyōgijō Station on the Oedo Line.
Website: good-morning-cafe.com (Japanese language only)

ODAIBA AREA – Tokyo Breakfast and Brunch

Eggnthings pancake

17. Eggs n Things (Harajuku, Odaiba and Ginza) – Eggs n Things offers a variety of breakfast items from 8:00am – 11:30pm on weekends and from 9:00am 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. We loved their pancakes with their overly generous toppings of whipped cream and fruit, and their 100% fruit juices.

Eggs n Things has over 10 locations in Japan, three in Tokyo, serving breakfast all day every day. Their restaurants are bright and spacious and their terrace dining is pet-friendly.

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Our take: 

  • Taste: Filling Western breakfast
  • Price: ¥1,500 – 2,000 per person
  • Service: Excellent
  • Interior: Seats 76 (terrace 32), including a pet-friendly terrace
  • Toilet: Good size and very clean
  • Child friendliness: Child seats

Eggnthings acaiEggs n Things, Harajuku Details

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 22:30 (last order 21:30), Saturday, Sunday & Holidays 8:00 – 22:30 (last order 21:30)
Address: Harajuku branch –  4-30-2 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (東京都渋谷区神宮前4-30-2)

Odaiba branch Aqua City Odaiba 3F, 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo (東京都港区台場1-7-1 アクアシティお台場3F)
Ginza branch –  Kiraritoginza 4F, 1-8-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (東京都中央区銀座1-8-19 キラリトギンザ4階)
Website: eggsnthingsjapan.com
Access: 2-min walk from Meiji-Jingumae Station (Chiyoda, Fukutoshin lines), 6-min walk from Harajuku Station (Yamanote line)

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Courtesy of Eggs n things Harajuku

Interior photo courtesy of Eggs n Things Harajuku

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Tokyo Breakfast Brunch -Almost All Open by 8:00 – Eggs, Pancakes and more

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  1. I am such a huge breakfast fan! Thanks for the list there are a few here that I haven’t tried. You must add Blu Jam in Daikanyama to the list, they do a great breakfast.

    • Hi Cassandra, Thank you! We love Blu Jam Cafe. They now open early in the morning (they opened from 11am when we visited). We have added them to our list. Please let us know if you find more great breakfast locations. 🙂 -Sandra

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