Nippori Station is located in Taito-ku, an old working-class neighborhood of Tokyo. Lately, it's been really gaining in popularity because of a renewed interest in Tokyo's old-fashion town-scape and traditional way of life. You'll see many beautiful old wooden houses along charming mom and pop stores. An interesting thing to do there is to go around the cafes in the area. Most of them retain the quaintness of the area yet are tastefully renovated and offer very original quality products. Here are 5 cafes you should try out!
There are many really nice coffee shops around the bustling Ikebukuro Station. Among them, you'll find authentic ones and more modern ones serving delicious sweets, light meals as well as high-grade coffees. If you're around the Ikebukuro station, here are 5 awesome cafes you should try!
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!
Have you ever dreamed of a cafe with cars like Mercedes Benz? Well, here you go. Check out Mercedes-Benz Connection in Roppongi, Tokyo!
Toraya is a store specialized in Japanese confectioneries. Japanese confectioneries are usually made of red beans, and Toraya is really famous for their yokan (red bean jelly)! If you are looking for a place to enjoy authentic Japanese confectionery, you should try Toraya.
Looking for a place to take a break or have a nice lunch? How about a pretty cake with a cute looking smoothie? Try Franze and Evans in Tokyo!
Elle Cafe is perfect for health-conscious people who care about what they eat, but their food also happens to be beautiful to look at. From the vibrant cold press juices, to the colorful sandwiches, it's a great place to grab a bite by yourself, or to chat with your friends. You can indulge, guilt-free!
CAMELBACK is a really popular sandwich store located in the back street of Shibuya called Kamiyamacho in Tokyo. It's a really cute cafe where they serve great sandwiches and coffee. If you are looking for somewhere new to explore around Shibuya area, definitely check this place out!
Looking for desserts? How about the "Instagrammable" fruit tart? A chain cafe called "Cafe comme ca" offers a great variety of sophisticated fruit tart decorated with a lot of fresh fruits. You will be impressed by how beautiful they look and how delicious they are.
Nozawa Onsen is a small village in the Northern part of Nagano prefecture, Japan. If you've ever been to Japan in the winter or planning a trip here you might have come across the name, but for most it's been a pretty well-kept secret for decades! Come an enjoy traditional Japanese charm, mountain culture, and the healing hot springs in Nozawa Onsen!