1. French toast
Popular spots include BREAD, EXPRESSO & I, a trendy bakery cafe at Harajuku (pictured above). Even upscale hotels have started offering french toast as part of their menu.
KuKuRuZa from Seattle is so popular that it always attracts long queues at its branch at Omotesando Hills. Expect to queue for at least 20 minutes before getting into the store!
The largest donut chain in Japan, Mister Donut, announced in April that it will offer a new line up of cro-nuts (also known as “crossiant donuts” in Japanese)
4. Anything with chocolate
Max Brenner Chocolate Bar from NYC opened in Omotesando in November 2013, offering a lineup of items dipped in chocolate – from pizza to marshmallows to brownies.
Yes, we know that crepes are sold everywhere in Japan to begin with. But what’s new is that this time it’s made of rice flour – chewier and lower in calories than normal flour.
Available at Japan Crepe at Harajuku.