[Actual food] Got rolls and breads from a popular bakery in Asakusa, Pelican! I'm too happy.

Asakusa Pelican's bread and rolls
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Pelican, a popular bakery located just outside Tawaramachi Station on the Ginza Line.

It's a bakery that has long been a local favorite, even though it has very few products.

I've been curious about this bread that has been posted on SNS one after another! I would like to introduce the appeal of this popular bread that has been posted one after another on social networking sites.

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Pelican, a much-loved bakery in Asakusa, has great bread!

Asakusa Pelican bread

There's a taste you won't find anywhere else!Pelican is a popular bakery where you can find such reviews.

It has long been popular in the Asakusa area (the nearest station is Tawaramachi Station on the Ginza Line), and being sold out is an everyday occurrence.

There are so many breads that you have to make a reservation to buy them.It is.

Only bread and rolls. And yet, some days they are sold out.

Asakusa Pelican Menu

There are roughly three types of bread: loaves of bread, rolls, and coppepans, and there are no prepared breads or sweet breads.

And yet they are so popular that breads other than the loaf of bread are sold out.

this meansI mean the bread itself tastes good.Right?

This is amazing.

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Finally, I got the pelican bread I've always wanted. I'm so happy.

This is this, this is this. I made a reservation and bought it.

Asakusa Pelican's bread and rolls

It's our standard bread rolls and bread!

I was finally able to buy it (no, you can buy it if you make a reservation, but once I went without one and couldn't buy it...)

1 loaf of bread: 430 yen (tax included)

A loaf of bread from Asakusa Pelican

It is a little smaller than a typical loaf of bread.

You will want to cover your head with it.

I cut it and ate it as is first.

Cutting Asakusa Pelican bread

Yum~ I wish I could have had it.

The taste is simple and there is no unnecessary aroma. Instead, the buttery aroma spreads in your mouth.

By the way, I didn't find it that sweet.

Asakusa Pelican's bread is chunky and firm.

It feels like it's just the right amount of soft and chunky.

It excels and has this texture! or moistness! but it's so good that you can eat it with a crunch!

No wonder it's so popular and there are lines of people waiting in line.

5 medium rolls: 520 yen (tax included)

5 medium rolls of Asakusa Pelican

this (something or someone close to the speaker (including the speaker), or ideas expressed by the speaker)Cute plumpness!

Asakusa Pelican's medium roll is plump and cute.


At first you were thinking of eating something between these rolls.

But I don't think that's necessary. I think it's better to eat it as it is.

I devoured one on the train ride home lol.

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Pelican bread is additive-free!

Pelican Bread, additive-free. No wonder it's so good.

Asakusa Pelican is additive-free


I don't need any more jam or anything.

The buttery aroma that spreads in your mouth the moment you put it in your mouth is a substitute for jam.

Best for.

[Actual experience] You should reserve a loaf of bread from Pelican.

Pelican bread is very popular.Sold out.It is safer to make a reservation and go to the store.

I actually went there without an appointment, didn't I? It was about midday on a weekday.

Appearance of Asakusa Pelican

Then it sold out. ・・・・


I decided, "Next time I'm going to call and make a reservation and make sure I get it! I made up my mind, and this time I finally got it! LOL!

There are days when you can buy 1 or 5 loaf size bread without a reservation if the timing is right...

But I'd hate to miss it if you don't, so I'd recommend making an appointment if at all possible!

Asakusa Pelican Bread Store Information

Address: 4-7-4 Kotobuki, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0042
tel / 03-3841-4686
Access / 3-minute walk from Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (right outside Exit 2)
5 min. walk from Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line
5-minute walk from Kuramae Station on the Toei Oedo Line
Business hours / 8:00-17:00 *Closing time may be earlier if out of stock.
Closed on Sundays, national holidays, and special holidays (summer, year-end, and New Year's)

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It's amazing how much bread you have to reserve to buy.

Everyone eats bread in various ways, as it is or in sandwiches, and I can see how popular it is on social networking sites.

You can't go wrong with this! This is a very good bread!

I personally recommend it ^^^.