Updated: April 15, 2019
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L'Occitane, For A Taste Of Provence With A View On The Famous Shibuya Crossing In Tokyo!

L'Occitane in Tokyo is a great place to have a nice lunch or dessert set. You can sit down, relax and catch your breath while admiring the bustling streets of Tokyo from above.

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L'Occitane

When you think of L'Occitane, you normally think of creams that smell of lavender and cherry blossoms, and a storefront that transports you to Provence in France. Imagine those fresh scents and sunny decors transposed to a cafe, and you have L'Occitane Cafe.
L'Occitane is a French cafe in Tokyo, which serves beautiful French cuisine with an air of Provence. L'Occitane in Shibuya has a store on the first floor, and on the second and the third floor, there is the cafe. Given that it is right at the corner of the famous Shibuya crossing, it offers an amazing view!

There are also locations in Shinjuku and Ikebukuro.

Menu

One of the most popular menu items is the Croque-Monsieur, it really doesn't get more French than that. You have different delicious flavors to choose from, such as ham and cheese with honey.
There are also delicious salads and soups to choose from! And the Shinjuku branch even offers savory crepes! Yum!

Drink Menu

It really wouldn't be L'Occitane without the scent of Provence and fresh flowers, and that's where the herbal teas come in.

You can also get matcha lattes, and dessert teas. As well as cocktails, and beers.

Dessert Menu

You simply cannot stop by L'Occitane without trying their crème brûlée!!
However, if you're overwhelmed by the choices of delicious desserts, why not compromise and get a gorgeous assortment!

Finally...

If you want a flavorful meal, or a delicious french pastry with an awesome view, stop by L'Occitane in Shibuya!
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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