- Lili Wanderlust
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
The Alley Lujiaoxiang already has a tea stand in Omotesando, and now has just opened its second store in Shibuya on August 26th!
Ebisu is a wonderful neighborhood to spend the day, you can find any kind of delicious food you can dream of. From large and lively restos to small and intimate restos, you can find all of it here! How about some awesome Mexican food in Ebisu? Let's try the following restos!
During the day it's a vintage and elegant cafe, and at night it's a dark and sexy absinthe bar. This place is great to try out with friends or a date at any time of the day. Try out Coffee Tram/Bar Tram in Ebisu, Tokyo!
Sometimes you just wish you could get away from Tokyo's bustling energy just for an afternoon. At Bondi Cafe, you will feel like you are at a beach style cafe. You can come in for some ethnic food, and some refreshing smoothies or even an acai bowl to reenergize. You'll be glad you stopped by!
Ebisu is a wonderful place to find authentic cuisine, let it be French, Italian, or Japanese, you know it will be la creme de la creme since the competition is so fierce. The great part is that although it is one of the fancier neighborhoods of Tokyo, you can still find some variety in the price range. We ranked these French restos in terms of price, the priciest ones being last.
On August 8th (Wed), a new ice cream shop, Coisof, opened its doors on Takeshita street, in Harajuku. The store specializes in super rich soft-serve ice cream. They serve sesame ice cream decorated with "oiri", a Japanese colorful sweet. So not only is it delicious, but it's also incredibly photogenic.
If you're a baseball fan, you should definitely check out one of the two MLB Cafes in Tokyo. One is in fancy Ebisu, and the other one is right by the Tokyo Dome Stadium.
Ebisu is a perfect neighborhood to spend the day if you're into good food. From great brunch spots to awesome coffee, you can also find authentic Italian restaurants and delicious sushi. If you're looking for a good coffee spot, stop by Pile Cafe. The best part is that it's slightly hidden away, so it makes you feel like you discovered secret spot.
Ebisu is a really lovely neighborhood to spend the day in. But the overwhelming number of restaurants and cafes might make it hard to make a choice. If you're looking for a nice cafe in Ebisu, please check out the list we've prepared for you.
No Wonder Sarutahiko has 3 stores in Ebisu alone, people just can't seem to get enough of their delish coffee. They have branches growing all over Tokyo, so try the closest one to you to see what the fuss is about. If you're a coffee-lover, you need to give it a try!