Updated: November 06, 2018
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Sarutahiko, The Japanese Coffee Shop Taking Over Tokyo By Storm!

No Wonder Sarutahiko has 3 stores in Ebisu alone, people just can't seem to get enough of their delish coffee. They have branches popping up all over Tokyo, so try the closest one to you to see what the fuss is about. If you're a coffee-lover, you need to give it a try!

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Sarutahiko Coffee

The Ebisu flagship store opened five years ago, but now there are five stores in Shibuya alone (3 being in Ebisu). There is also a store in Omotesando, in Shinjuku, in Kamiya-cho, in Sengawa, and soon enough another one in Shinjuku!
This cafe is always busy, especially on the weekends. The flagship store only has a few seats inside, but there are also a few seats outside. The service is always friendly and welcoming and the coffee is great. Although Tokyo is a huge city, it is surprisingly hard to find a good brew, hence this coffee's popularity!

Coffee Menu

They serve different kinds of coffee: drip coffee, espresso-based coffee, and sweet lattes. They are particularly famous for their drip coffee or their art latte. But, they're matcha is noteworthy too!
Be sure to check their stores often, as they have a seasonal menu coming out every now and then.
If you're looking for something refreshing, stop by to try their frappes, there are four flavors to choose from: coffee, banana, matcha, and peach.

Food Menu

They have some small sweets and savory things to get with the coffee. For example a cheese toast, or French toast.
You can also get the egg slut with some baguette. My personal favorite is the croissant set, you get a mini buttery croissant and a mini chocolate one! Yum! The portion was a perfect snack.

Online Shop

The online shop sells everything from beans to ice coffee, without forgetting the equipment to make it.

Finally...

If you went to the flagship store in Ebisu and really enjoyed the neighborhood and atmosphere, you should check out Ebisu Yokocho for some fun and cool bars.
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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