Arrival in Kagurazaka, TokyoBertrand Larcher and his wife settle in Tokyo’s Kagurazaka neighborhood. Its famously steep streets retain the soul and character of the shotengai, the traditional shopping area adjacent to train stations across Japan. Shotengai are very popular both among the French community in Japan and the fashionable crowd in the Japanese capital.
Le Bretagne, the First Crêperie in JapanBertrand Larcher opens the first crêperie in Japan, Le Bretagne, in the Kagurazaka neighborhood of Tokyo.
Le Bretagne in OmotesandoTokyo's Champs-Elysées" gets its own crêperie. Omotesando is Tokyo's most elegant boulevard. Its wide, airy, tree-lined pedestrian thoroughfare leads to Yoyogi Park, the "green lung" of the city.
First Crêperie in BrittanyBack to basics for Bertrand Larcher, who opened his first establishment in his hometown, Fougères: The Tivabro.
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