Updated: October 31, 2019
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Kissaten (Japanese Cafes) In Ebisu, Tokyo You Need To Know About!


Kissatens are traditional Japanese cafes with a retro vibe. They aren't just about getting your coffee fix, it's a place where people come to unwind and talk with friends or read the newspaper. You will feel instantly transported to another era and is a must-try Japanese experience!

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Cafe Tram

Coffee Tram is by the same company as Bar Trench and Bar Triad, both being awesome bars you need to check out in Ebisu. If you're looking for an upscale and fancy place to have coffee, this is it. You will feel transported to another era because of the look and feel of this place. The coffee beans are roasted on the spot every morning, so you're sure to have delicious coffee. At night, this place becomes Bar Tram, and instead of coffee, you can have their delicious and unique cocktails. No matter the time of day, it's worth the go!

Cafe Renoir (ルノアール)

Renoir is an old-style cafe with a relaxing atmosphere and great drip coffee. Simply put, it has the atmosphere of a luxurious hotel lobby. The kind of place you can enjoy time slowly going by and feel like you have nowhere to be for a short and enjoyable moment.
It is not the type of place to rush in and rush out. Here, you can slowly enjoy your hot cup of coffee in this cozy, yet fancy atmosphere. You can also have some light dishes, such as sandwiches, or sweets.

H.R. Higgins

H.R. Higgins is an exceptional coffee originally from London. They are the official coffee appointed to the Queen. You can try the cafe in Ebisu's Mitsukoshi department store. They specialize in tea products and also have sweets to enjoy at the restaurant.


This place is a great spot to unwind while having a nice cup of coffee. They tend to be quite crowded on the weekend so sometimes it might be hard to get in. If you're by yourself, you should definitely sit at the counter. If you liked their coffee, you can also buy coffee beans to go. They also have some really delicious home-made cakes!

Tea Room Ginza (喫茶 銀座)

Tea Room Ginza is sort of a staple in terms of kissatens in the area. It has a retro vibe and specializes in old-school Japanese dishes and sweets, such as parfaits and Neapolitan pasta. If you're not a smoker, you'll find it to be a slightly uncomfortable experience though.

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    Lili Wanderlust
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