Updated: November 07, 2018
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Most Amazing Kissaten's (Japanese Cafes) in Roppongi, Tokyo


These are the most amazing kissaten's (Japanese cafes) in Roppongi, Tokyo you need to try while wandering the area. Japanese cafes have an understated charm that you will surely grow to love. They are peaceful and the service is always polite. Kissatens give you a taste of Japanese Showa fashion and culture.

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Reino (れいの)

Reino is located a few minutes from Roppongi Hills, the cafe has a beautiful and welcoming exterior and a very retro interior. Even on a weekday, it can be full, but if you're lucky, you'll find a seat right away. It's a great place to go by yourself or with a few friends. A blend coffee is about 550 yen, and it's less than 300 yen to get a refill. They also have light dishes such as toast.

Cafe Akira (カフェ哲)

Cafe Akira is a little hard to find, but it is a very pleasant cafe to visit. For lunch, they have nice sandwiches, as well as a staple in Japanese cafes: the pizza toast. The coffee they serve is mostly hand drip (540-650 yen), but they also have espresso and cappuccinos. How about some soft-serve ice cream with your coffee? They have that too.

Tsubakiya Coffee Shop (椿屋珈琲店)

This beautiful cafe is the embodiment of a classy authentic Japanese cafe. The waitresses are even dressed up in maid outfits and serve you your coffee in beautiful porcelain cups. You can come with a friend and chat the afternoon away or you can come by yourself and enjoy a beautiful cup of coffee while getting lost in a good book. There is a smoking and non-smoking area.

Saera (紗絵羅)

Saera Coffee in Roppongi is located only a minute away from Roppongi Station. A blend coffee is 550 yen and the classic Japanese dessert, coffee jelly, is 650 yen. Coffee jelly is a must-try in these types of old-school retro cafes. Their cheesecakes are also said to be very good!


And a special mention to Demmers Teahaus, which is not a kissaten, but a tea house. It still has a very nice retro atmosphere. This Viennese tea house is particularly known for its fruit tea and flavoured tea. This shop is quite popular so you might have to wait a bit before being offered a seat. When you order tea, you get it in a teapot so you can share and try different flavours or stay and relax for a bit. Their cakes are also very good!

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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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