365日 (365 Days) is a high-end bakery located on the west side of Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, Japan. Spearheaded by chef Sugitaki Shigetada, 365日 focuses on creating small-sized pastries, allowing the customer to enjoy not just one but a few – without getting full on one entree.
Featuring a beautiful wood-themed interior, this stylish bakery also carries a series of condiments like jam, nut butters, and syrups you can enjoy with their bread. We headed over just before the lunch crowd hit and selected 3 items. The first was a curry-stuffed bread which featured just the right ratio of paste and lightly fried dough, following a crostini topped with crispy kale covered in melted cheese. The star of the show (pictured) was a citrus custard filled bread, encrusted with crunchy white chocolate balls. If you’re a foodie looking to enjoy a variety of high-quality, unique Japanese-style pastries while still leaving room for more delicious eats around Tokyo, head over to 365日.
1-6-12 Tomigaya, Shibuya 151-0063, Tokyo Japan
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