Updated: December 06, 2018
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The Hot Cafes You Must Visit in Omotesando, Tokyo!

Harajuku

Omotesando is conveniently located next to Harajuku and close to a variety of luxury shops. Basically, it's a shopper's heaven! But after all that walking, you need a good place to relax and have a great cup of coffee. Here are the hottest cafes in Omotesando that you need to try at least once while you're here!

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Lotus

Located between Meijijingu-Mae and Gaiemmae station, this very cute cafe in Omotesando has awesome pies. This place stays open until 2 AM and offers a reasonably-priced menu. It's a good place to relax with friends. When you go, you should definitely have the blueberry pie!

ANNIVERSAIRE Cafe & Restaurant

Right next to Omotesando Station, it's a minute walk from the A2 station. This fancy cafe with a beautiful terrace serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. A lunch set is around ¥1,200-¥1,500, and tea time is around ¥1,200. It is a nice place to sit and people watch.
The french toast is a must-try!

Lindt Chocolate Cafe

A few minutes from Omotesando station, you can find the heavenly Lindt Chocolate Cafe. They have a variety of chocolatey sweets; from hot chocolate to cakes and soft-serve ice cream. Try the hot chocolate in winter, and the soft-serve in the summer. Your taste buds will thank you!

NALU cafe

Nalu Cafe, AKA Cafe 76, has an interesting concept, the first floor is a cafe and the basement is a hair salon. The atmosphere is relaxed, the food is great and cheap: lunch is between ¥900-¥1300, and you can even have free soup and rice refills. It's a nice, trendy place to have dessert and coffee as well.

Aoyama Flower Market TEA HOUSE

About 10 minutes from Meijijingu-Mae station, this is one of the most beautiful cafes you can visit. Here you will be eating while surrounded by delightful flowers as though you were in the middle of a garden. We recommend going outside of peak hours if you want to avoid the queue.
They serve delicious herbal tea and desserts. Not only are they delicious, but the presentation is beautiful. Dessert sets are between ¥7,00 and ¥1,000. They also have lunch and dinner.

LATTEST

This trendy and welcoming cafe in Omotesando is a coffee's aficionado's must-visit spot. It is a great place to come have a nice chat with a friend or to have some me-time with a nice cup of coffee and a book.

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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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