Ya Kun Kaya Toast, a kaya toast specialty restaurant that originated in Singapore, has expanded into Japan.
Kaya Toast, a long-established breakfast staple in Singapore
Yakun Kaya Toast is a long-established and well-loved brand of kaya toast that has been in business since 1944.
Kaya toast is a type of soul food sandwiched between toasted bread and a paste called kaya jam (made from eggs, sugar, coconut milk, pandan leaves, etc.).
Kaya Toast can be eaten as a stand-alone item or as a set with a hot spring egg and Kopi, a coffee with sweet, rich condensed milk.
Yacún Kaya Toast has been in business for more than 70 years, with about 70 stores in Singapore and a total of about 120 stores in 10 countries around the world, mainly in Asia, and is so well known that Yacún is the name of Kaya Toast.
In addition to the famous Kaya Toast, the cafe offers a wide range of local foods such as chicken curry noodles, laksa, sweets and Asian-style sandwiches.
The Singapore-style coffee copi can be adjusted to your liking with sugar, without sugar, with milk or black.
The restaurant offers a wide range of typical Singaporean food from morning to cafe time.
Ya Kun Kaya Toast Shinjuku Sumitomo Building 163-0248
Shinjuku Sumitomo Building B-7, 2-6-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan tel. 03-6258-1358 Business Hours
Regular day off/Closed days. The year-end and New Year holidays.