Hayashi Breads, the authentic Japanese bread is now in Cagayan de Oro City.

While the Shirogi craze was in Cagayan de Oro City, Hayashi was making the same long lines in Butuan City and is now expanding to other parts of Caraga Region. Now, Hayashi Breads is slowly piquing the interest of Kagayanons after it opened its first branch in the city last August 28. The branch is located along Capt. Vicente Roa Street near Cogon Market, right beside Philippine National Bank (PNB) and across De Luxe Hotel.


The bread shop has been taking long lines of customers during peak hours. Here is a sample of their “Yaki Manju” or Toasted Siopao. It costs P8 and is about 2/3 the size of the regular baked siopao you can buy in Divisoria. Thick and tasty, it was worth it.



Unlike Shirogi (interestingly another Japanese-sounding name), Hayashi has several products as follows and their corresponding prices.

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The name Hayashi is actually that of Mr. Katsumi Hayashi who does the baking.


Photo below shows the long lines of its Butuan City Branch.


Try it….

with photos from Hayashi Breads FB page

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