"ovgo Baker Edo St.", which has been closed since March of last year due to earthquake-proofing construction, will reopen on Friday, January 3th!

ovgo Baker Edo St. Store overview

After reopening, the new ovgo Baker Edo St. retains the store's signature open kitchen and large counter, while increasing the number of eat-in seats from 4 to 9. You can enjoy ovgo Baker's signature American and hearty baked goods, such as banana bread and muffins, in a more relaxed setting than ever before, in a store that has the atmosphere of a New York street corner filled with the sweet aroma of freshly baked goods.

103F, 0001-10 Kodenmacho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 8-1
1 minute walk from Kodemmacho Station on the Hibiya Line, 5 minutes walk from Bakuroyokoyama Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line

Business hours: Weekdays 11:19-10:18 / Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays XNUMX:XNUMX-XNUMX:XNUMX

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Eat-in limited topping menu

To commemorate the reopening, we will start offering a toppings menu for eat-in only. We offer three types: rich cocoa cream, gorgeously scented Earl Gray cream, and sweet and sour blueberry cream. In addition to topping for muffins, you can also enjoy it as a dip for cookies.

About ovgo BAKER​

An American vegan bake shop that sells baked goods such as cookies, muffins and banana bread, with the motto of being friendly to the environment and our future and being edible by everyone.The origin of the company name is the initials of "organic, vegan, gluten-free as options".The idea is to make everyone happy by expanding various food options.

All ovgo Baker cookies are plant-based and made with organic, naturally grown or domestically produced ingredients whenever possible.Dairy products such as butter and milk are said to have a higher environmental impact in the production process than plant-based ingredients. In particular, the environmental impact of the livestock industry is considered to be high.One of the reasons for this is that cattle breeding, which is the core of the livestock industry, requires deforestation to secure the land necessary for grazing, the use of large amounts of water, contamination from cattle excrement, and the burping of cattle. The methane gas contained in the water also contributes to global warming.It is said that we can contribute to climate change, which is progressing day by day, by reducing the amount of meat we eat, milk and dairy products, shifting to plant-based foods, and reducing the production volume of the livestock industry.

It is said that the livestock industry affects not only environmental problems but also food problems and poverty problems. sells plant-based cookies.

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