Updated: November 06, 2018
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Renoir Coffee, a Fancy Japanese-Style Cafe

Renoir Coffee Shop is the place to try if you would like to try a 喫茶店 "kissaten" (a Japanese style cafe). It has sort of a vintage atmosphere, all the while being upscale. It is a great place to stop by for cafe and sweets, or even for a business meeting.

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Renoir

https://www.ginza-renoir.co.jp/renoir/
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 no where 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.
https://www.ginza-renoir.co.jp/renoir/

Drink menu

They are famous for their coffee, especially the drip coffee because it is made very meticulously. Unlike other major chains, Renoir is not the type of place to have a coffee and rush out. You can slowly enjoy your cup of coffee.
Although their specialty is coffee, they have plenty of other drinks to try from. From their hot/cold matcha latte, to their seasonal drinks (right now it's a mango and matcha latte), and Renoir Honey drinks.
How about a Cafe Vienne Caramel coffee?

Food menu

Renoir mostly serves bread related dishes, so toast in the morning, or French toast, and sandwiches. There are standard sandwiches, like ham, but they also have some adapted to Japanese taste, such as the nori cheese toast. The umami of the nori goes very well with the melted cheese!
They also have some sweets to pick from, such as the mille-crepe, and the coffee jelly. A lot like the atmosphere of this cafe, both desserts are old-time foreign desserts adapted to the Japanese palate.

Finally..

If you're looking for a Renoir near you, click the link below (all in Japanese).
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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