There is often a line at this small shop. The baker studied in Germany at several bakeries and has a certificate as a Meister, a master of his craft, and the quality of the bread is world-class. This is easily the best bread I have had ever and I have eaten a lot of bread in Japan, the US, England or NZ; when I shared it with my foreign friends in Kyoto, they were also equally impressed.
This is not light, fluffy nutritionless comercial American Bread, nor is it bland French-style bread that can be bought almost anywhere in Japan. This is substantial, full-flavored and weighty German-styled bread. I suggest thin slicing it if you are not used to bread of this density and rich, nutty flavor.
The price for a loaf is a bit less than 700 ranging up to about 900 yen for loaf that, when thin sliced, will last 2-3 times longer than a loaf of regular bread. A half loaf will last one person about 4 days.
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