There are thousands of cafes in Tokyo area so you might have no idea which one to go. I recommend you to visit "Good Morning Cafe" located in several major areas of Tokyo. Here are the reasons why I like the cafe and want you to try.
Little Nap COFFEE STAND is located in Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo. Pretty close from Yoyogi park, this coffee shop serves amazing coffee with delicious gelato. Check out the article for more info on Little Nap COFFEE STAND!
cafe Stay Happy is a hammock cafe located in Shimokitazawa. If you are looking for a place to chill and relax for a while in Shimokitazawa, check it out!
Kagurazaka has unique atmosphere- it makes you feel like you are in Kyoto, but also in Paris. Just walking around the area and enjoying the refined ambiance is fun too, but don't you want to try restaurants in Kagurazaka too? Check out the following places!
Nothing beats a day trip to Hakone! With so much to do in the area focus more on the other stuff and leave the food planning up to us. Eat at one of the great restaurants nearby Gora station, the main transfer hub in Hakone. Here are the top 7 restaurants around Gora station that won't break the bank!
If you're planning a trip to Tokyo why not plan a day trip to Odaiba on Tokyo Bay! If you've never been you might be quite surprised to find a small Statue of Liberty, an indoor theme park and a plethora of fine dining restaurants. There's plenty to do in Odaiba, including going for a swim or just chilling near the man-made beach.
For people who have food allergies or for those who are simply following diets, here are some excellent gluten free restaurants and cafes in Tokyo you should try!
Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan, and is also a popular tourism area in Kanagawa prefecture, where they have Cup Noodle Museum, China Town, Red Brick Warehouse, Yamashita Park, and more. The following are a list of restaurants that you can try while you're in Yokohama!
Have you ever heard of miso katsu? It is a very popular dish in Japan, especially in Nagoya, where they produce a type of miso called Haccho miso. Miso Katsu is basically a fried pork (tonkatsu) with miso sauce. If you are in Nagoya, you can't leave without trying one. Check the following for more information on where to eat miso katsu in Nagoya!