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Lunch: ¥999 - ¥999
Take a break from the standard soft bread in Japan — get a loaf of a genuine French baguette for a change.

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The key to bread-making is simplicity — or at least it is for SONKA, a humble, cozy bakery right in front of Zenpukujigawa Ryokuchi Park in Tokyo. Owned by a lovely couple whose main goal for the bakery is to express the deliciousness of hard bread, SONKA only serves simple, plain bread and none of the sweetened or decorated ones. Made from only the necessary, basic ingredients without any add-ons like butter or sugar, this bakery's main product is the baguette. You can't find the soft bread that is usually available at other bakeries here. SONKA aspires to stick to the breadmaking art of the French. With its numerous features on television and in magazines, SONKA has gained quite a reputation and, gradually, regular customers who are fond of their French baguettes. Depending on the day and season, this bakery can produce anywhere between 50 to 300 baguettes each day — all fresh from the oven at the premises itself.
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Sonka Phone Number

03-5913-8551

Sonka Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
09:30 AM
01:00 PM
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
09:30 AM
01:00 PM
Thursday
09:30 AM
01:00 PM
Friday
09:30 AM
01:00 PM
Saturday
09:30 AM
01:00 PM

Sonka Address

2-33-9 Naritahigashi, Suginami City, Tokyo, 166-0015, Japan

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Over 14 million residents call Tokyo home. Functioning as Japan's economic and cultural center, it's no surprise the metropolis often appears at the top of travelers' bucket lists. Here, you can find everything from traditional tea houses to futuristic skyscrapers.
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