※Hofbackerei Edegger-Tax is closed, because be preparing for the renewal to a new store.
Hofbackerei Edegger-Tax is the sole store in Japan selling the bread that was supplied to the House of Habsburg in Austria. This time-honored bakery was permitted to insert the royal coat of arms, the double-headed eagle, in the store’s logo. With an appearance full of medieval atmosphere just like you would find in a fantasy game, this bakery often has queues forming even before it opens for business.
Inside, you will find a photograph of Robert Edegger, the ninth- generation owner of the company. This is the first overseas branch in the long history of Hofbackerei Edegger-Tax, which first opened a store in 1569.
An iconic item, which could also be considered the face of the store: Handkaiser (200 JPY, including tax). These can be enjoyed plain and also poppy, sesame, and salt varieties (220 JPY, including tax each).
The shop also sells bread products with a dessert- or sweets-like feel, such as choco-kipfels (chocolate croissants, 280 JPY, tax included), and plunders (Danishes made using seasonal fruits, 280 JPY, tax included).
Sandwich filled choc a block with vegetables and cheese (from 450 JPY, tax included). Ham and smoked salmon sandwiches are also available. Recommended for lunch.
Cakes and baked goods carefully selected by Mr. Edegger.
Since lunch time is often crowded, we recommended stopping by in the morning.
ADDRESS：mAAch ecute kanda Manseibashi 1-25-4 Kandasuda-cho Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 101-0041
HOURS OF OPERATION：(Monday to Friday)8:30～21:00 (Saturday)11:00～21:00 (Sunday and Holidays)11:00～20:00