Sangenjaya is a fashionable and hip neighborhood where you can easily spend the day wandering around the city and discovering new shops. There are cool second-hand shops, quaint restos, and delicious coffee shops. You can go by yourself or with a friend, and you'll feel comfortable in these local and cool cafes.
Pausa caffè! An Italian phrase for a coffee break. Having coffee and pie in a deck is perfect to start a day stress-free. THE DECK, as its name implies, offers a comfy environment like the houses in the country and yet it is in a busy city of Tokyo.
Do you have a pancake craving? No worries! You can enjoy delicious pancakes at this chain cafe: Uzna Omom. Each branch has a unique interior and a special menu.
Located in Omotesando, CAFE KITSUNE is a popular coffee shop with modern-traditional fused Japanese atmosphere. If you are around Omotesando or Aoyama area and looking for a nice coffee shop or a cafe to take a break, CAFE KITSUNE is strongly recommended!
Food trucks have gained a lot of popularity overseas in recent years, but you might not see that many in Tokyo, as you need to know where to go to spot them! Antaru Kitchen Food Truck was a bit of a lucky find. Venture down to Kojimachi and grab some original Ghana grub!
Mahika Mano is one of the first hammock-themed cafes in Tokyo. It is located in the beautiful town of Kichijoji. If you have some time to spare, you should definitely check it out. It's one of the most relaxing cafes you can imagine. Here is more on this little oasis of tranquility in Tokyo.
Visiting the Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo? Remember sushi is not the only thing to have. There is an adorable coffee shop called Turret Coffee near Tsukiji station where you can have delicious espresso drinks. Just stop by Turret Coffee and have a break with a cup of coffee!