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Boulangerie Le Ciel, Sakaisuji Hommachi | Osaka, Japan

Boulangerie Le Ciel left me speechless.

I’ve eaten some absolutely delicious bread in Osaka, but nothing could prepare me for the bread at Le Ciel. This bakery is next level, and I’d be lying if I said I didn't think about this bakery at least 3 times week. The bread here is freshly baked in store and is crunchy and flakey when it needs to be, and soft and fluffy when it should be. The flavours were exceptional, and fillings generous.

Pictured: Orange pan au chocolat, fig and cheese bun, matcha and white chocolate bun, mini berry loaf.

The bakery is only small, with space for only a few people to enter the store at any one time, but the bread selection is certainly not lacking. The store is takeout only and no drinks are available, so I suggest visiting in the morning soon after opening and grabbing breakfast to eat at your accommodation or in a nearby park.

Boulangerie Le Ciel is located in a mostly residential area of Osaka between Nagahoribashi station and Sakaisuji Hommachi station, just a few blocks from the busy Sakaisuji which runs parallel to Midosuji.

If you‘re a bread lover like me, I highly recommend a visit to this bakery. Boulangerie Le Ciel is currently my number one bakery in Japan (yes, my most favourite bakery in the whole country), and I can’t recommend it enough. Just be sure to leave me some bread please!

Suggested access: Nagahoribashi station, Sakaisuji Hommachi station.

Address in English: 〒541-0058 Osaka, Chuo Ward, Minamikyuhojimachi, 1 Chome−6−6 6−6-101

Name in Japanese: ブーランジェリー ル シェル

Address in Japanese: 〒541-0058 大阪府大阪市中央区南久宝寺町1丁目6−6 6−6-101

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Top: a flat lay photo of a selection of bread. Bottom: an orange pain au chocolat on a white plate. From Boulangerie Le Ciel, Sakaisuji Hommachi, Osaka, Japan

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