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Popular delicious bakery in Kyoto

[2023] 16 popular delicious bakeries in Kyoto

In the city of Kyoto, which is said to consume the most bread in Japan, we introduce a bakery that has been loved by men and women of all ages who love bread for many years. Enjoy a wide variety of breads that enrich your daily dining table.

1.A bakery that has continued to make delicious bread since its founding [Shizuya Main Store] / Uzumasa Tenjingawa

Since its founding in 1948, this long-established bakery has continued to make bread with a focus on deliciousness. Currently, there are 21 stores in total, including street stores and station premises, and long-selling products such as carnet, plenty of cream buns, and beef cutlet sandwiches that have many fans not only in Kyoto but also all over the country are familiar. In addition to the standard products, be sure to check out the new seasonal products that appear every month.

Bread of Shizuya head office

From the left, Kyo Karune sandwiched with ham and onion slices (230 yen). Marshmallow chocolate carne popular with children 290 yen (main store only)


It is also nice to be able to buy Carne margarine 900 yen together, which is the cornerstone of the popular Carne.

Shizuya Main Store

  • Shizuya Honten
  • 10 Gotandacho, Yamanouchi, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 1 minute walk from the bus stop "Yamanouchi Oike"
    8 minutes from Uzumasa Tenjingawa Subway Station
  • Tel.075-803-2550

2.Bread enthusiasts from all over the country gather on weekends [Tamakitei] / Uji

It is no exaggeration to say that Tamaki-tei is a popular bakery that is visited by fans from all over the country. When you enter the store, you will be overwhelmed by the wide variety of bread that fills the bread shelves and makes you feel excited. From classics such as curry bread and cream bread, to seasonal bread full of originality created by the owner, Mr. Tamaki, you will be spoiled for choice!

Interior view of Tamaki-tei

Approximately 80 types of bread, including sweets, side dishes, and hard breads, are lined up on the arch-shaped bread shelf inside the store.

Bread from Tamaki-tei

291 yen for 1 curry bread with plenty of western restaurant style curry with red wine and honey


  • Tamaki
  • 57-14 Gokasho Hirano, Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 5 minute walk from JR Obaku Station
  • Tel.0774-38-1801
  • Eat-in not allowed

3.Feeling happy with fresh fruits and fresh whipped cream [Fruit Parlor Yaoiso] / Shijo Omiya

The fruit parlor on the 2nd floor of the long-established fruit store [Yaoiso Main Store], which was founded in 1877, moved to 4 buildings east of the main store in 2013. The specialty fruit sandwiches, which have been on the menu since the fruit parlor was first opened, feature large slices of the main fruit, allowing you to fully enjoy the original taste of the fruit. Also, at [Yaoiso Main Store], takeout sandwiches are sold along with fresh seasonal fruits, so check that out as well.

Fruit Parlor Yaoiso

Bright blue fruit painted on the wall by artist Hideki Kimura spreads throughout the store.

Yaoiso fruit sandwich

Strawberries, kiwis, pineapples, papaya, melons and long-time classic fruits are sandwiched. Set of fruit sandwich and mixed juice 990 yen

Fruit Parlor Yaoiso

  • Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Shimogyo Ward Shijo-dori Omiya Higashiiriru Tachinaka-cho 496
  • 1 minute walk from Hankyu Omiya Station
    2 minutes on foot from Randen "Shijo Omiya Station"
  • Tel.075-841-0353

4.Coppépan from [Maruki Bakery] where both locals and tourists come to buy / Gojo Omiya

Established in 1947, [Maruki Bakery] is a bakery loved by locals. It features old-fashioned face-to-face sales and provides bread according to the customer's order. Among them, the most eye-catching are the coppépans that are lined up in a row, and they have a wide variety of dishes from side dishes to sweets that will whet your appetite. I want to savor the flavor of the additive-free, rustic bread and the deliciousness of the overflowing fillings to my heart's content.

Appearance of Maruki Bread

Queues are a familiar sight, but the turn comes quickly with the wonderful cooperation of the staff

Bread from Maruki Bread

250 yen for one cutlet roll with a thick slice of ham cutlet about 20 cm long. Even one piece is hearty!

Maruki Bakery

  • Maruki Seipanjo
  • Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Shimogyo Ward
  • 8 minutes on foot from Hankyu "Omiya Station"
    8 minutes walk from Randen "Shijo Omiya Station"
  • Tel.075-821-9683
  • Eat-in not allowed

5.A popular bakery with a constant flow of customers [Flip up!] / Karasuma Oike

The popular bakery [Flip up!] celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. It's a familiar sight that a line forms in front of the store from before noon, even though it's a small store that can fill up with five or six people. The variety of breads that are crammed into the space is hard, sweets, side dishes, and more. The chewy bagels, which are particularly popular, start at 120 yen, and there are many types, from standard to seasonal ones, so you'll be spoiled for choice.

Flip up!

A bread shelf whose lineup changes depending on the time of day. I'm happy that everything is small and reasonably priced.

(From left) Blue mold croissant 200 yen, Plain bagel 130 yen, Kurumochi raspberry 160 yen

Flip up!

  • Flip up!
  • Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Nakagyo Ward
  • 3-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Oike Station
  • Tel.075-213-2833
  • Eat-in not allowed

6.Bakery and cafe [Shinshindo Higashinotoin] / Karasuma where various people visit all day long

A bakery and café that is located in the middle of the city but has a relaxing atmosphere where you can forget the hustle and bustle. In the bakery corner, freshly baked French bread, croissants, and other fragrant breads handmade by craftsmen in the factory at the back of the store are on standby. In the cafe space, you can enjoy a full menu such as a sandwich lunch using our proud Campagne from the morning before going to work.

Shinshindo Higashinotoin
Bread from Shinshindo Higashinotoin

Chef's curry bread wrapped in homemade anhydrous curry 260 yen (264 yen in the store)

Shinshindo Higashinotoin

  • Shinshindou Higashino Tointen
  • Palette Shijo 1F, 627-1 Mototakedacho, Takoyakushigeru, Higashinotoin-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 7 minute walk from Subway Shijo Station
    7 minute walk from Hankyu Karasuma Station
  • Tel.075-253-0581

7.[Boulangerie et café fiveran] / Karasuma Oike

A bakery located in a downtown area crowded with offices. Carefully selected wheat flour is kneaded into a fragrant and mouth-watering dough, and the bread is fermented for a long time to give it a moist texture. The recipe is devised by a French chef, and the ingredients and sauce are all homemade as much as possible. Most of the breads can be sampled at the store, so you can find your favorite bread.

Introspection of fiveran

The store has a variety of breads such as cooking bread, sweet bread, and hard bread. Enjoy freshly made food in the eat-in space in the back

fiveran bread

Patissiere 226 yen where you can enjoy the rich flavor of vanilla

Boulangerie et cafe fiveran

  • Boulangerie & Cafe Five Run
  • Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto City Nakagyo Ward Muromachi Street Sanjo Agaru Gyojacho 377
  • 3-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Oike Station
  • Tel.075-212-5696

8.Bagels and freshly made paninis are popular [Grandir Oike] / Kyoto City Hall

[Grandir Oike store] is located right next to Kyoto City Hall. There are about 100 types of bread in the monotone and stylish store, and you can choose from 14 types of bagels that have been loved by regular customers for a long time. The popular panini is only available at the Oike store, and you can have it grilled after you order it, so it's nice to be able to take it out while it's still warm. Please note that bagels may sell out in the evening.

Grandir Oike store interior

There are plenty of sweet Danishes and sandwiches, so it is recommended to take out various things and eat them at the nearby Kamogawa River.

Grandir Oike Bread

From the left, Kyoto Bread 920 yen. Panini Caprese 540 yen. Golden melon bread 200 yen

Grandir Oike

  • Grandir Oiketen
  • 1F, 480-2 Kamihonnojimaecho, Teramachi-dori Oikegami, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 2-minute walk from Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Subway Station
  • Tel.075-231-1537
  • Eat-in not allowed

9.Slightly larger bread makes everyone smile [coneruya] / Senbon Marutamachi

A bakery with a cute little bird illustration on the green wall. A fragrant aroma wafts through the store, and about 100 kinds of delicious-looking sweet buns and side dish breads are lined up in a row. Of course, he is particular about the ingredients, but recently he has been working on various activities such as cultivating pesticide-free vegetables himself at a rental farm in Ohara and installing a 24-hour vending machine with the desire to eliminate food loss.


Bread baked in the open kitchen on the east side of the store is displayed one after another, saying, "Always have freshly baked bread."

coneruya bread

Mascarpone Anpan with mascarpone and red bean paste, 248 yen


  • Conelia
  • 71-2 Jurakukainishimachi, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 2 minutes on foot from the bus stop "Senbon Marutamachi"
    12 minute walk from JR Nijo Station
  • Tel.075-822-9342
  • Eat-in not allowed

10.A long-established bakery celebrating its 100th anniversary [Taisho Bakery] / Nishijin

As the name suggests, this long-established bakery was founded in 1919 and is currently run by the third-generation owner. Due to the locality of Nishijin, when the store was founded, it was popular as a snack or late-night snack that local weavers could casually eat between work. Today, the store is loved by people of all ages, from small children to the elderly. . The old-fashioned unpretentious bread is made with the same amount of time and effort, so you can be sure that it is delicious.

Appearance of Taisho Bakery

Just a short walk from the Senbon-Imadegawa intersection, you can feel the nostalgic atmosphere from the front of the store where you can feel the warmth of wood.

Taisho Bakery Bread

Chilled Nama-anpan is 200 yen per piece. Fresh cream is squeezed into the inside, and the chilled dish is a new sensation and addictive taste.

Taisho Bakery

  • Taisho Seipansho
  • Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City, Kamigyo Ward, Imadegawa-dori
  • 1 minute walk from "Senbon-Imadegawa" bus stop
    15 minutes walk from Randen "Kitano Hakubaicho Station"
  • Tel.075-441-3888
  • Eat-in not allowed

11.Freshly baked bread for takeout and lunch [Année] / Karasuma Oike

Bakery & Cafe [Année] is located near the intersection of Karasuma Oike. When the bread is always baked, it is displayed in the showcase, and customers come one after another looking for freshly baked bread. Also, for lunch from 11:00, there are 5 types of soup, quiche, salad, and meal bread set. There is often a line, so please allow plenty of time to visit.

Annee's appearance

The second store of [Cafe Kochi], which is popular for its homemade bread. It is located along Anekoji Street, the same as the first store.

Inside view of Annee

Lunch set, homemade steamed chicken and 3 kinds of bean salad 950 yen. Free refills of bread


  • Ane
  • 101 Primo Fiore Muromachi
  • 4-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Oike Station
  • Tel.075-222-0517
  • Eat-in allowed

12.A bakery that sticks to wheat [Nakagawa Wheat Shop] / Shimogamo Shrine

[Nakagawa Komuten] is located near Shimogamo Shrine. We are particular about wheat, such as using whole wheat flour with a European stone mill and using organically grown wheat as much as possible, and we continue to make bread that will be loved by our customers for a long time. Since its opening in 2011, the showcase has 17 types of bread, including bread and baguettes with the sweetness of powder.

Interior view of Nakagawa Wheat Shop

Inside the store where the warmth of wood spreads, natural light gently shines in, creating a homely atmosphere.

Bread from Nakagawa Komuten

From the left, Fruit Levain 300 yen, which is made with organically grown figs and walnuts in homemade Levain meal bread dough. Cinnamon Noah 210 yen with an appetizing aroma of organically grown cinnamon

Nakagawa Wheat Shop

  • Nakagawa Wheat Ten
  • 52-1 Shimogamo Matsunokicho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 3 minutes on foot from the bus stop "Shimogamo Shrine Mae"
    16 minutes on foot from Keihan "Demachiyanagi Station"
  • Tel.075-702-6672
  • Eat-in not allowed

13.Longed-for bread that could only be eaten at a restaurant [Yoshida Bread] / Matsugasaki

Bread made by baker Yuji Yoshida, which was only available in French and Italian restaurants. There are many fans who are captivated by the deliciousness the moment they eat it, and since the actual store opened in 2018, it can be purchased only on weekends. There are about 12 types of croissants, baguettes, campagnes, and more, so it's fun to buy while thinking about the compatibility with the food you want to pair with.

Bread from Yoshida Bread

At the age of 22, the owner, Mr. Yoshida, trained at a bakery and hotel in Kyoto.

Bread from Yoshida Bread

From the left, Yamashoku 440 yen that you can enjoy a moist and fluffy texture. Natural yeast campagne is 1,890 yen per bottle (1/2 cut 950 yen, 1/4 cut 480 yen)

Yoshida Bread

  • Yoshida Bread
  • Arcadia Matsugasaki 1F, 2-2 Unji-cho, Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 1 minute walk from the bus stop "Matsugasaki Daikokuten"
    7 minute walk from Matsugasaki Subway Station
  • Tel.075-712-7233 (Telephone reservation on the day starts from 9:00)
  • Eat-in not allowed

14.Popular bakery in the business district [Le Petit Mec OIKE] / Karasuma Oike

The second branch of Le petit Mec, a bakery representative of Kyoto that has many fans nationwide. While the head office is called Red Mech, it is known as Black Mech because of its stylish atmosphere based on black. Here, there is a wide variety of sandwiches that combine the taste of authentic French cuisine with bread.

Inside view of Le Petit Mec OIKE

In addition to side dish bread and sandwiches, there is also a wide variety of simple bread such as croissants and original pain de mi.

Petite Mec Miike Bread

From the front, socisson mornay 480 yen, croissant 230 yen, rum raisin milk France 270 yen

Le Petit Mec OIKE

  • Le Petit Mec Oike
  • Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City, Nakagyo Ward, Kinutana Street, Oikegami, Shimomyoukakujicho, 186 Biscaria Koju 1F
  • 4-minute walk from Subway Karasuma Oike Station
  • Tel.075-212-7735
  • Eat-in not allowed

15.A bakery that preserves traditional European food culture [Hofbeckerei Edegger Tax] / Okazaki

The oldest bakery [Hofbeckerei Edegger Tux] in the ancient capital of Austria Graz has opened in Okazaki. The owner-chef, Mr. Nozawa, is a confectioner specializing in traditional Viennese confections who has been active in a wide range of fields, including training in Vienna and Germany for about four years and opening his own shop in Tokyo. Try the baked goods along with traditional breads such as Handkaiser and Kürbisbrot.

hofbeckerei edegger tax

On a sunny day, enjoy freshly baked bread on the terrace with the Lake Biwa Canal flowing across the road.

hofbeckerei edegger tax

Pretzel sandwich with rye and whole wheat flour Pickled herring 648 yen and melange (cafe latte) 605 yen

hofbeckerei edegger tax

  • 3-2 Seishojicho, Okazaki, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 8 minutes walk from Higashiyama Subway Station
  • Tel.075-746-6875

16.Exquisite bread [dough] made by the owner fascinated by breads from all over the world / Gosho Minami

The owner of this bakery, fascinated by bread from all over the world, including American bakeries, bakes bread using Japanese wheat. There are many food types such as hard bread, and you can feel the deliciousness every time you bite into it. Sandwiches are made with aged cheese and homemade pickles, and are made to appeal to adults. Of course, there are also sweet breads that can be used as snacks, so don't worry if you have a sweet tooth.

Appearance of dough

A red tent and a blue and white store front suddenly appear in the Imperial Palace South area. tricolor and cute

dough bread

From the left: Italian donut bomboloni 280 yen, Babka with plenty of chocolate kneaded in 520 yen, California sourdough hall of homemade yeast bread with whole wheat flour 780 yen (1/2 390 yen)


  • dough
  • Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City, Nakagyo Ward, Fuyacho-dori Marutamachi Shimoru Funayacho 424
  • 10 minutes walk from Subway Marutamachi Station
  • Tel.075-212-5036
  • Eat-in not allowed
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


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