Updated： November 07, 2018
Marvelous Cafes You Need To Try In Chiba!
Here is a list of local and amazing coffee shops in Chiba you have to try at least once. Some of them might have you hooked and you might become a regular.
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cobuke coffee (コブケ コーヒー)
Cobuke coffee is a lovely cafe like one you could easily find in Oakland. It looks like a warehouse from the outside, but once you step in, it has a very modern and stylish interior. It's relaxing and nice, and there is even some seats on the terrace to enjoy a sunny day. The coffee is delicious and so is the lunch and the dessert. A latte is latte is ￥ 450.
the Farm UNIVERSAL (ザファームユニバーサル)
the Farm Universal is a great place to come spend time with your children or with a friend who also likes flowers and vegetation. It is a really beautiful and stylish cafe in a farmer's market. They have beautiful salads, tasty sweets and good coffee.
Cafe Boulangerie Couronne (パン工房クーロンヌ)
Cafe Boulangerie Couronne is a realy nice cafe and bakery in Chiba. The bread is incredible, especially the baguette. What's even better is that dogs are allowed so you can bring your furry friend along. The lunch set is 1,000 yen or less and comes with a salad, a bread assortment, soup, and a drink.
Dear From is an Italian cafe which serves amazing lunches, such as lunch plates or Japanese-style pizzas. The latter is really a must-try! Some people go as far as to say that Italian food is better in Japan! As ludicrous as that may sound, after trying it, you understand why people make that statement. The pizza here has a nice crispy, yet tender crust and the Japanese ingredients on top really complement the taste perfectly. But we'll let you be the judge!
You can come here for lunch and relax a bit in the fun and retro ambience. You definitely need to try their waffles or their pancakes. Have it with a nice cup of matcha latte! The pancake is around 1,000 yen. Yum!
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- 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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