About A.Lecomte

A.Lecomte’s history started in Roppongi in 1968.
It was the first authentic French pastry shop in Japan which demonstrated the deliciousness of traditional French pastries.
With faith in the phrase “Tout à la française” (All in a French style), the shop has continued to pursue the special flavors only French pastries have.
The flavors of A.Lecomte, even as time changes, continues to thrive in providing timeless pastries which will be loved by generations to come.

The history of A.Lecomte


“A.Lecomte” was opened in Roppongi on December 17


The Oyamadai shop was opened


The head office was moved to Aoyama after the completion of construction of the Shin-Aoyama Building (known as “Aoyama Twin”) Later, shops were opened in department stores within the metropolitan area (Photo:In the underground office of the Aoyama shop)


The “Le Toucan” restaurant was jointly established with the Ginza shop on July 14 (Restaurant menu)


The casual restaurant “Brasserie A.Lecomte” was opened in the Aoyama shop


The history of A.Lecomte came to an end temporarily


The new “A.Lecomte” opened in Hiroo


The Nihonbashi Mistukoshi shop was opened on March 19


The Ginza shop was opened on December 5


The Haneda airport shop was opened on August 22


A. Lecomte celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding

The decorations received by André Lecomte

1974  Order of Agricultural Merit (Knight)
1984  National Order of Merit (France) (Knight)
1987  Order of Agricultural Merit (Officer)
1991  Legion of Honor (Knight)*
*The highest French order of merit, established by Napoleon Bonaparte