Updated: November 21, 2019
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The Ultimate Guide To Cafes In Ginza!


If you are spending the day shopping or wandering the streets of fancy Ginza, why not stop for a well-deserved break at one of these delicious cafes.

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Coffee Mafia Ginza

Centrally located near the C8 exit of Ginza station, on the 9F of a building, there are a few reasons why coffee mafia is a nice place to visit.

First, you go there for their fragrant and tasty single-origin coffee carefully brewed hand-dripped. The coffee is just ¥240 and the taste is far superior to what you would get at a chain coffee shop.
The second reason to go there is that they have this amazing super-rich sesame ice cream made with quality domestic ingredients. Every scoop is made from the pure oil of 9,000 sesame seeds. You'll be blown away by the smoothness and of this unique Japanese ice cream. You can even add some sesame seeds and some extra sesame oil made on it.

If sesame ice cream is not your thing, you might want to try their gorgeous parfaits that come with a liqueur sauce!
The third reason is that it has a laid back atmosphere where you can take a breather from the bustling streets of Ginza. At night the place has a dining bar kind of vibe but during the day, you can even pull out your laptop, get a cup of coffee and work there for a long time if you want.

Also, coffee mafia is located within the re:Dine Ginza shared kitchen restaurant, so you can get a full meal from re:Dine Ginza's restaurant menu.


The Doutor in Ginza is the fanciest one you will come across and looks like a trendy French bistro. However, it's actually really inexpensive. You can comfortably sit on the second floor and people-watch while sipping your coffee.

Ginza Raw Life Cafe

At this cafe, you can get anything raw: from salads, and smoothies to sandwiches. They even have soup! Nowadays, juice fasting is all the rage, here you can get your supply of raw juices if you would like to try a cleanse.

Me's Cafe & Kitchen

Me's Cafe & Kitchen is an Australian cafe that serves smoothies and vegan or organic options. This cafe is perfect for health-conscious people who want to dine in a comfortable setting.
You should really try the mixed berries homemade pancakes. They're beautiful and delicious.

Suzu Cafe

Suzu Cafe has 5 addresses in Tokyo alone, all in beautiful neighborhoods (Jingumae, Shibuya, Jinnan). They have light meals and cafe menu items as well. You'll want to come have lunch with your friends and chat away at this fashionable cafe. The prosciutto pasta is delicious, and so is the cheesecake.


If you visit just one cafe from this list, this should be it! This beautiful "kissaten" (Japanese style cafe) is probably one of the most famous places to get hand-drip coffee. Their coffee isn't cheap, but you come here for the experience of a perfect cup of coffee, carefully hand dripped by a coffee-lover. If you don't know what to order, you can ask the owner to suggest something to your liking.

Laduree Salon de the

For those who like fancy afternoon tea sets, this might be your best option! In a classic French decor, you can enjoy an afternoon tea set for two (around ¥7,000) that includes four macarons of your choice, two pastries of your choice, and an assortment of 4 sandwiches, fruit jus, and a hot beverage.

You can also order a la carte. This is a high-end cafe so expect to pay around ¥1,000 or more for an item.

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    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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