Searching For the Best Way to Start Off Your Day? 10 Best Places to Eat Your Breakfast in Tokyo

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Searching For the Best Way to Start Off Your Day? 10 Best Places to Eat Your Breakfast in Tokyo

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During a busy morning, most people may let breakfast fall low in their list of priorities, but starting a day by putting yourself in a cafe or restaurant with a pot of tea and something tasty can really change your day.

Here’s a list of places that’s open from an early hour where you can start off your day with the best meal.


1. eggcellent

00110_pic_03This is a restaurant famous for Eggs Benedict and the for providing the first Rice Benedict menu with tuna and avocado on quinoa rice in Japan. Other than eggs benedict and rice benedict, they also have unique menus such as sweet pancake with coconut sauce, and original yogurt. Though it is located in Roppongi, the trees outside the large windows seem as if you have gone away from the busy city.

6-4-1 Roppongi Hills Metrohat/Hollywood Plaza 1F
Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
TEL: 03-3423-0089(エッグ)
Mon-Fri: 7:00 – 21:00
Sat-Sun: 8:00 – 21:00




As the name of the restaurant suggests, you will be able to try the breakfast of all over the world here. The menu changes every two months, so you will never experience getting tired of the same menu!


3-1-23-1F Jingumae Shibuya-ku Tokyo
Tel 03-3401-0815
7:30 – 20:00 (Last order 19:30 pm)
Make a reservation here.


3. PUBLIC HOUSE (Shibuya)

publichousePUBLIC HOUSE is a restaurant with an Italian based menu, located in the Shin-minami exit of Shibuya station. It has 126 seats with comfortable sofas and laptops, so it’s the perfect place to get your breakfast while checking the news of the day.
The breakfast is a buffet style and you will have more than enough with only 820 yen. Shibuya is famous for being crowded especially during lunch time, but this restaurant is quite open since it has a lot of seats.


In addition to meals such as omlet, ham, sausage, pasta, curry, it also provides Japanese food such as broiled fish, dried strips of daikon, and Japanese rolled omlet, so if you want to try both Western and Japanese style breakfast, this might be the best place.
Breakfast is until 10 A.M., and after that it will have a lunch menu.

3-29-17  Hotel Mets Shibuya 3F, Shibuya-ku, Shibuya, Tokyo
Tel: 03-3409-5561
Directly connected to JR Shibuya Station Shin-Minami exit
7:00 – 24:00
English Website:



NORTHERN TERRACE DINER in GINZA GRAND HOTEL has a breakfast buffet with both Japanese and Western meals. The hotel itself is very modern and beautiful, so you will be able to feel luxurious just by being there. They will make you fried eggs on the spot, and it also provides a healthy menu including green smoothie and cold soup.



8-6-15 Ginza Grand Hotel, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Morning buffet time:7:00A.M.- 10:00A.M. (Reservation required)
English Website:

5. crisscross OMOTESANDO (Omotesando)


“A friendly cafe you can casually walk into from morning to night.”
As written on the description of the homepage, this cafe has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere with the terrance surrounded by trees. If you want to relax and have a little break in the morning with fresh salad and sandwich, this is the best place. IMG_7712-768x512

[crisscross OMOTESANDO]
5-7-28 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
Tel: 03-6434-1266
8:00 – 21:00 L.O.
English Website:


6. Shinagawa Prince Hotel LUXE DINING HAPUNA (Shinagawa)

Enjoy the leisurely and healthy meal at LUXE DINING HAPUNA in Shinagawa Prince Hotel. It provides more than 60 meals including Japanese food, Western food, and salad. The restaurant is full of mouth-watering smell of cookery in the air, and you wont be able to resist yourself from eating more once you get inside.

[Shinagawa Prince Hotel LUXE DINING HAPUNA]
Breakfast: 6:00 – 10:00
Shinagawa Prince Hotel
10-30 Takanawa 4-chome, Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-8611 Japan,  Main Tower 1st floor
Tel: +81-(0)3-3440-1111
English Website:


7. Italian Buffet and Cafe LA MAREA (Shiodome)

mainThis is a buffet with more than 50 dishes, starting with popular menus such as vegetable soup, salad, omlet, pasta and pizza to miso-soup, udon, and fried fish. Get as much as you want, and enjoy your breakfast with the menu variety.


[Italian Buffet and Cafe LA MAREA]
2-14-24, Higashi-shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-0021
Tel: +81-3-3431-1131
Breakfast: 6:30-10:00
English Website:

8. Le Pain Quotidien (Shiba Kouen)


“Le Pain Quotidien” means the daily bread in French, and this bakery restaurant provides handmade bread with organic and seasonal ingredients. With wooden and interior similar to the main shop in Belgium, it has a calm atmosphere that will make you want to stay and rest forever. The organic menu including tartine, croissant, and brownie made of Belgium chocolate are absolutely worth trying.


 [Le Pain Quotidien]
3-3-1, Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8560
Tel: +81-3-6430-4157
Mon-Sun: 7:30 – 22:00 (21:00 L.O.)
English Website:

9. IVY PLACE (Daikanyama)

ivy placeIf you ever come to Daikainyama, this is the cafe that you must visit. The morning menu provides a wide variety, and the large space allows mothers to bring their child without any hesitation. You can choose either maple syrup or acacia honey for the recommend menu,”classic butter milk pancake”. Sometimes a cup of coffee and pancake is just what you need in a busy morning.
pancake ivyplace

16-15 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0033
Tel: 03-6415-3232
Breakfast: 7:00 – 10:45
English Website:


10. Matsuya

Last but not least, let me introduce the fast food chain restaurant Matsuya for breakfast. If you want to eat enough in the morning at a cheap price, this is the best place especially because you can find Matsuya almost anywhere in Tokyo. If you’ve had too much tasty and pricey food, you may as well try this because it is actually good.

Look for the closest location through the search engine in Matsuya English Website.
Open 24 hours.
Matsuya English Website:


Check out the variety of food and find your favorite morning restaurant in Tokyo!

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