Updated: February 01, 2019
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Saturdays Surf Tokyo, Not Just A Surf Shop, But An Excellent Coffee Spot As Well!

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Although they are mainly a clothing brand and a surf shop, Saturdays Surf Tokyo also has an espresso bar and a beautiful wooden terrace. It'll make you feel like you're in on one of Tokyo's best-kept secrets.

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Saturdays Surf Tokyo

This shop has branches all over the world and doubles as a coffee shop. They specialize in surf wear and surf boards, art and clothing. This super fashionable store is a really nice place to visit. The bleached wooden floors, the open space, and the unique architecture makes it a nice place to come in for coffee and unwind.
They also have a small terrace to sit out on when the weather is nice.
There's an espresso bar in the shop, and they have delicious coffee from all over the world.
https://www.saturdaysnyc.co.jp
You can head to the back of the shop, to sit on their wooden deck and hang out with friends, or have a low-key meeting.
What's nice about this place is that although it's walking distance from Tokyo's busiest neighborhood, Shibuya, it feels so calm.
https://www.saturdaysnyc.co.jp

Drink Menu

Although their menu is limited, their coffee is really good, so you won't feel deprived.
How would you like your coffee? Latte, Machiatto, cappuccino, red eye, etc? They got you covered.
You can also get hot chocolate, and tea!
You can enjoy their beautiful latte art!
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Food Menu

The fresh and daily pastries are so good! You'll want to try them all!

Finally...

If you enjoyed Daikanyama, you should check out these places as well! (Click on the link below)
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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