Updated: February 25, 2019
0 Bookmark

Must-Try Flower Shop + Cafes in Tokyo!

Tokyo

For a date, an afternoon with friends, or just time to unwind by yourself, flower shop cafes are perfect. Imagine a sunny Sunday afternoon sipping delicious coffee in good company surrounded with greenery and gorgeous flowers. That is the type of setting these flower shop cafes can offer! Please give it a try!

Feel free to follow favy!

Aoyama Flower Market Tea House

This wonderful cafe has flower shops all around Tokyo, and three cafes: in Aoyama, Kichijohi and Akasaka. They serve delicious herbal tea and desserts. Not only are they delicious, but the presentation is beautiful. They also have lunch and dinner. Here you will be eating while surrounded by pleasing flowers. We recommend going outside of peak hours if you want to avoid the queue.

Nomu Cafe (Nicolai Bergmann)

Nicolai Bergmann is a flower cafe with branches all over Japan and even in Seoul! The place in itself is stunning. The food is served on glass tables with flowers inside. Not only is it really visually appealing and appeasing, but the food and drinks are great. The brunch set on weekends is really nice! It can quite busy, so it might be good to make a reservation ahead of time.

essence cafe

This place used to be only a flower market, but recently it has opened as both a cafe and a flower shop. The first floor is very sunny, and the second floor is cozy, both are surrounded by flowers. The coffee was great and beautifully served in glass cups, you can also get a "petit Danish" to accompany it.

Les Grands Arbres

Les Grands Arbres is secretly tucked away in a side street, near Hiroo station. The cafe offers organic cuisine in an incredibly comforting setting. It's like climbing back in your childhood and into a lovely tree house. There is also a terrace to enjoy some sunshine. We suggest going for the strawberry pancakes or the muffins!

Tas Yard

Sendagaya is a nice neighborhood and walking distance from Harajuku. This cute little cafe has a nice lunch set with today's pasta or curry. They also sell garden plants and offer consultations. You can sit outside on their terrace on a sunny day.

Restaurants Mentioned in this Article

    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.

    Trending Posts

    1

    Japanese McDonald's Special Menu Items And Prices

    2

    12 Things To Do in Dotonbori (Near the Glico Man Sign), Osaka

    Osaka City
    3

    Tokyo's Top 11 High-End Sushi Restaurants

    Tokyo
    4

    Sashimi Guide: Types, How To Make & Eat, Nutrition, Etc.

    5

    Best Places To Try The Famous Japanese Fluffy Pancakes In Tokyo!

    Tokyo
    More Trending Posts

    Recommended For You!

    1

    Ninja Castle: Awesome Ninja-Themed Restaurant in Asakusa, Tokyo

    favy
    2

    Ginza's Fanciest Ramen Features Wagyu Beef and Is Totally Worth ¥1,500!

    favy
    3

    Enjoy 30 kinds of succulent, flavoured clams at Re:Dine Ginza

    favy
    4

    Fantastic "Candy" Shaved Ice at 'Nanzan thé to thé' (Karuizawa)

    favy
    5

    Awesome Nabe at Akakara! Spiciness from level 0 to 10! [Ikebukuro]

    favy

    Featured Posts

    Halal Restaurants In Japan!

    Things to do in Japan in all regions!

    Exploring Yokocho Alleys: a Guide to the Back Streets!

    More Features

    Events

    Koenji Awa Odori Festival 2019: a huge Dance Festival in the heart of one of Tokyo's hippest neighborhood!

    Aug 24, Sat ~ Aug 25, Sun

    100,000 Sunflowers at Kiyose 2019 Sunflower Festival, Tokyo

    Aug 17, Sat ~ Aug 27, Tue

    Tokyo will have its bubble tea theme park for the summer of 2019

    Aug 08, Thu ~ Sep 16, Mon

    This Summer's Must-Try Ramen: Chilled Tantanmen at Ippudo!

    Jul 25, Thu ~ Sep 23, Mon

    2019 Guide to Fireworks Festivals in Japan! (花火大会)

    Jul 24, Wed ~ Oct 06, Sun

    Trending Tags