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1. gelato pique cafe [Shibuya]


Gerato Pique is run by a room wear shop with the concept of “Sweets to wear” for all women to relax at home. The comfortable cafe offers both savory and sweet crepes made of carefully selected ingredients made in France. Good variety of drink menu is also popular. You can enjoy relaxing sweet time under 1000yen with a drink.

Address: 2F Shibuya PARCO PART1 15-1 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

2. Creperie Ti ROLANDE [Shibuya]


Ti ROLANDE is a creperie based in Brittany, France. They serve authentic Brittany home-style delicacies as well as savory and sweet crepes. Simple traditional or unique and elaborate, their dishes would please both your eyes and palates. Crepes are served during tea time on weekdays and branch hours on weekends and holidays. Priced around over 1000yen by a plate.

HP: (Japanese Only)

Address: 1-28-11 Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

3. BREIZH Cafe [Omotesando]


BREIZH Café is a Britany originated creperie which first had introduced galettes and crepes to Japan. Omotesando and Kagurazaka branches are the original shops they opened in Tokyo. The authentic Breton-style crepes, sweet or savory, and other dishes were made of carefully selected ingredients both from local and France. Their delicacies would please you as well as the pleasant atmosphere of French style café decoration. A la carte crepes are priced for around 1,000yen.


Address: 3-5-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)



Le Bretagne, Kagurazaka branch of Breizh café creperie, stands out from others for its atmosphere. The area has a significant French presence due to its locations closed to French schools. Among French café and restaurants crowded in the area, Le Bretagne boasts its popularity for genuine galettes and crepes. Using fresh and quality ingredients, you can enjoy simple but delicious dishes in the real French café ambience.


Address: 4-2 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

5. Le mont-st-michel- [Mejiro]


Le Mont Saint Michel was originally a creperie and is a French home-style restaurant. The skilled chef is Japanese but he offers genuine French delicacies with carefully selected ingredients and a subtle Japanese taste. You can enjoy crepes as a meal or dessert of the course menu, or chose from a la carte menu. Good for your eyes and palates.

HP: (Japanese Only)

Address: 3-4-15 Mejiro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

6. ORANGE COUNTY [Soshigaya]


If you want to try Harajuku style fluffy and cute crepes full of cream at table, Orange County is a good place. While they offer both savory and sweet crepes, their parfait like crepes are popular among sweet lovers. Crepes served under 1000yen would be enough to satisfy your stomach.

HP: (Japanese Only)

Address: 3-1-17 Soshigaya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

7. POPHOT [Meguro]


POPHOT serves extensive menu of both savory and sweet crepes. There are dozens of variations to your choice of toppings. The price starts from around 700yen and goes up as you add the toppings. Their crepe is tasty even if you choose simple combination of batter and sugar. It’s 3 minute-walk from the Gakugei Daigaku station of Tokyu Toyoko Line.

Address: 3-31-6 Gohongi, Meguro-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

8. RONDO creperie [Jiyugaoka]


RONDO, 4 minute-walk from the Jiyugaoka station, is a chic place where men can relax and enjoy delicious crepes. Their best-selling plates are banana complet and mille crepe. The fine sweet crepes are not too sweet and savory galettes are popular as well.

Address: 2F Kikumoto Bld. 1-26-8 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

9. Merci Crepe [Jiyugaoka]


Merci Crepe is located in Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest where high quality sweets made by professionals can be tasted in one dining complex. The shop is produced by confectioner who has studied in France. Freshly made fine crepes are decorated adorably with Japanese kawaii taste. To try cute Japanese-style cake-like crepes not too rich, this place is worth visiting. Served around for 1,000yen.

HP: (Japanese Only)

Address: Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest, 2-25-7 Midorigaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

10. Honey Bee Crepe [Koenji]


Honey Bee Crepe is a Tokyo branch of crepe café Coco, a creperie based in Matsuyama, Ehime. As the name shows, their batter includes honey. Hachimitsu fresh lemon butter is best recommended to taste the flavor of crepe itself. The simple menu is wrapped crepe served with honey and lemon juice. Most of delights are served around 500yen. If you prefer to enjoy light snacks at moderate price, this place is recommended.

HP: (Japanese Only)

Address: 3-35-24 Koenji-kita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

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