Friday, 26 February 2010

Vegan Doughnuts In Tokyo !!

The Doughnut Plant has 8 shops and 7 other shops that are selling their donuts in Tokyo. Doughnut Plant doughnuts are made without eggs and some of them are also without milk. That means they are vegan . ;-)
You can see the menu at their website and easily see if the food item has milk or no milk.


  1. I just stumbled upon this blog by coincidence and absolutely love it! Great info. Arigatou!

  2. I also love this place. I wrote a blog post about it a while ago too, could not believe my eyes when I first found it as donuts are a thing I miss easting...and donuts are one thing the Japanese cannot make well. But this place is incredible, vegan AND they taste good :)

  3. Ahhhh, sounds wonderful. I'm so psyched.
    The famous NYC Doughnut Plant in Tokyo is serving Vegan Donuts! So glad to find out about it. I am traveling to Japan from tomorrow. I always wanted to try Doughnut Plant but have never ever had a chance to(am from NYC but living so far away from there now). I'll definitely stop by at one of these stores in Tokyo. Can't wait! Thanks for the info:)

  4. I tried these out in Shinjuku last weekend~they were actually pretty good. I don't know if it's necessarily because<< they are vegan, but they actually taste healthier than typical donuts haha.

    Anyway, I got the idea to go to Doughnut Plant from your blog, and I recently posted an update about them on my own, so I thought I'd share...

    Thanks for the info!

  5. Ack~fyi, I emailed Doughnut Plant recently to confirm that their donuts were vegetarian, and to ask if they were suitable for vegans. They informed me that, at their locations all over the world, none of their donuts are vegan, but that they are all vegetarian X.X;;;