Looking for a good cup of coffee in Ginza? You might want to check out 'Coffee Mafia,' a hip coffee stand serving delicious pour-overs, toast, and more inside re:Dine Ginza. It's perfect for breakfast for an afternoon break from Ginza shopping!
Renoir Coffee Shop is the place to try if you would like to try a 喫茶店 "kissaten" (a Japanese style cafe). It has sort of a vintage atmosphere, all the while being upscale. It is a great place to stop by for cafe and sweets, or even for a business meeting.
You will absolutely love these authentic cafes if you want to experience the retro Showa vibe of the Japanese "kissaten" -a type of European-influenced cafe that was particularly popular up until the 1980s). They have a relaxed atmosphere and the coffee is carefully made and delicious! These are the best Kissaten (Japanese Cafes) in Shinjuku, Tokyo you need to try ASAP!
Kissatens are traditional Japanese cafes with a retro vibe. They aren't just about getting your coffee fix, it's a place where people come to unwind and talk with friends or read the newspaper. You will feel instantly transported to another era and is a must-try Japanese experience!
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.
While in Tokyo, there is an absurd number of crazy restaurants to pick from. Besides the maid cafes and the cat cafes, there are some really weird restaurants out there that you need to try in order to make your Tokyo journey complete. We narrowed down the list for you; here are the must-go to crazy restaurants in Tokyo.
Taiwan Cafe Zen serves an original drink: the butterfly pea tea. It serves all kinds of other colourful drinks too, and some popular local foods from Taiwan.