When travelling in Kawasaki, be sure to check out these amazing cafes where you can have great coffee, tasty desserts, and even a consistent meal. The atmosphere is also relaxing so you'll want to stay and talk the day away with your friends, family or date.
At the centre of the table there is a fondue pot filled with hot matcha sauce in which you can dip all kinds of delicious ingredients. Kagurazaka Saryo is a well-kept secret among locals because of its delicious desserts and Japanese atmosphere.
Do you know about Doutor, the famous coffee chain's new incredible project? The new type of cafe displays around 3,000 books so it's no exaggeration to call it a library! We were curious about this new genre of cafe so we went to check it out for ourselves.
Hands Expo Cafe is located on the 7th floor of Plaza Ginza. They have a secret menu from which you can order a colourful set of four sweet dango rice balls.
The pancake boom is still at its peak in Japan, and what's amazing about it is that there are so many types of pancakes to try with different flavours and textures. The Dutch pancake is like a Danish and is crunchy on the outside and is soft on the inside with melted Burrata cheese inside.
These are the most amazing kissaten's (Japanese cafes) in Roppongi, Tokyo you need to try while wandering the area. Japanese cafes have an understated charm that you will surely grow to love. They are peaceful and the service is always polite. Kissatens give you a taste of Japanese Showa fashion and culture.
Cartoon character Gudetama has a new Cafe in his honor in Ikebukuro neighborhood of Tokyo. Make sure to go while it lasts! Gudetama will only honor us of his presence until January 21st, 2018.
If you are visiting the Chiba Prefecture, this is a place you might want to check out. ＆TREE opened on October 20th, 2017, and it is already creating a buzz for offering lunch sets made from locally grown vegetables and desserts made from a popular patisserie.
We went to see Artnia Cafe, a Square Enix themed cafe in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The place has some awesome game-themed food and drinks, AND it literally has a Final Fantasy mini-museum in it, as well as a boutique where you can buy all kinds of official goods! A must go for all the fans!
If you're a real coffee fanatic, you definitely need to hit up the Kiyosumi Shirakawa neighborhood ASAP! There, you will find the most perfect concentration of local and international roasteries. Amongst them is ALLPRESS Espresso Tokyo Roastery & Cafe. It's worth the visit!