Boulangerie Trois is a tiny little bakery in hiding in a quaint little neighborhood in Sumida – serving delicious, hand-made bread.
This teeny, tiny unassuming little neighborhood bakery is surprisingly upscale in quality. Of course, everything in the bakery is hand-crafted to perfection.
Is Boulangerie Trois English friendly?
Not particularly. But that doesn’t matter because really all you do is walk around and grab the bread you want, place it on a tray, and pay at the register.
It is basically a bread takeout shop.
How much does Boulangerie Trois cost?
Of course, it depends on how much bread you buy, but the average spend is around ¥1,000. It’s not a cheap bakery, but the price isn’t astronomical either.
They don’t accept credit cards so bring cash.
And no parking here will mean you’ll need to use paid parking lots if you drive.