I eat bread every morning, therefore I wish to something not only decent but very tasty for my first meal of the day!
In Shizuoka City we are actually blessed with quite a few artisanal bakeries and Tsuchikiri Bakery is one of them, but you must be prepared to visit it at definite times as their bread will be sold out within a blink of the eye!
Actually the bakery has moved only recently to its new address at a crossroads in Jyoto Cho, quite away from the busy Kitakaido Street!
The place is run by ever smiling mother and daughter team who bake their bread twice a day and sell it at 10:00 and 13:30 From Tuesday to Saturday!
Since it is overwhelmingly popular customers can purchase only up 2 of each of the three kinds of bread on offer per person. As far as I know reservations are not accepted!
Loaves on display will be cut into standard portions accordingly to order: whole. from 2 to 10 slices!
The three types of loaves. Prices are for a standard portion!
Raisins bread (not vegan), Plain bread (“yamagata”. Vegan!) and Three-cereal bread (Vegan!)!
Not cheap, I agree, but one of the healthiest bread in town! Industrial bread just does not compare!
My choice of the day, which would be perfect for vegans who want their vegan bread made without eggs or dairy products: Job’s tears/Adlay (“hato mugi” in Japanese), rye and whole rice!
Moreover the yeast is natural!
Your standard loaf one cut is packed and handed to you in a paper bag!
Out of the bag!
Bear in mind that such bread, being not made with eggs or dairy products, is very soft out of the oven.
I eat it the following morning plain or toasted!
And if your standard loaf was cut first out of the main loaf you will get the yummy end as service!
Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Jyoto Cho, 4-4(NTT and Mini Stop Shop crossroads)
Opening hours: 10:00~17:30
Freshly baked bread at 10:00 and 13:30
Closed on Sundays and mondays
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