Cafes in Tokyo provide a space where you can have a relaxing time while enjoying the fresh air. Take a comfortable seat and taste the best coffee in the cafe. Why don't you try and enjoy a special time in this way?
MEURSAULT, with its Sumida River view
This cafe has a superb view of Tokyo Skytree (R) over the Sumida River by Asakusa. Enjoy homemade cakes and tarts while feeling a gentle breeze from the river and looking at water-buses (sightseeing boats) and seagulls from a terrace seat. It really is a moment of bliss. At night, colorful illuminations from the neighboring bridges and buildings create a different scenery from the daytime and look magical. The cake shop on the basement floor also sells cookies and jams. It is always crowded with many customers purchasing gifts.
Cafe MeursaultCAFE MEURSAULT
- Address Nakamura bld, 2-1-5, Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0034
Gallery ef, a cafe with a traditional Japanese storehouse
Have a break in the cafe with a traditional Japanese storehouse built in 1868. It is located near the A5 exit of Asakusa Station. You can easily spot its nice black paneled wall. It has only 20 seats inside the cafe. The antique items on display create a retro atmosphere. This cafe serves specialties of Asakura such as coffee brewed with the beans roasted at the famous Cafe Bach and sandwiches made with homemade bread from Pelican bakery, yet another reason to come here. The cafe renovated the inside of the storehouse for use as an art gallery and regularly organizes art exhibitions and music events. The cafe's cat, Suzu, is sometimes strolling around the cafe and is a favorite of cat lovers.
Gallery efGallery ef
- Address 2-19-18, Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0034
Cafe on the water to enjoy four seasons in Tokyo
The cafe is located on the former outer moat of the Edo Castle. In spring, cherry blossoms start blooming at the same time and this place becomes one of the most famous spots for cherry blossom viewing in Tokyo. While tasting its stone-baked pizzas, such as margherita lavishly topped with mozzarella cheese and salmon made with Norwegian salmon, you can enjoy a view that changes with the seasons. During lunchtime between 11:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. you can eat as much salad as you want. This waterfront cafe in the middle of the city will make you feel like a traveler.
Canal CafeCANAL CAFE
- Address 1-9, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 162-0825, Japan
Sign Daikanyama, with its terrace seats looking out onto the streets
This cafe, with its spacious terrace, is a kind of landmark in front of Daikanyama Station. It offers a variety of food menus and drinks and many customers eat lunch here while waiting for their friends. The staff members bring freshly cooked lunch plates and pastas from the lively open kitchen. At dinner time, course menus for one person are also available. It might be a good idea to enjoy a relaxing night alone with your favorite alcohol drinks.
Sign daikanyamaサイン 代官山
- Address 19-4, Daikanyamamachi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0034, Japan
Japanese Curry: 10 Tasty Variations to Try Right NowIn-depth
Shinjuku’s Top 10 Essential Spots & Secrets for Sightseeing like a Local!In-depth
Ramen, Gyudon, and Curry Rice: Your Guide to Tasty and Cheap Food in JapanIn-depth
12 Surprising Things You May Notice After Coming to Japan for the First TimeIn-depth
A Day Tour for Visiting Tokyo’s Best SpotsMust-See
Odaiba is Full of Entertainment! Don’t miss a thing!!Must-See
Five Activities in Tokyo to Learn About Japanese CultureIn-depth
10 Shrines to Visit in TokyoMust-See