Here are five well-known coffee shops and cafes in Iidabashi that are totally worth the try, either for their unique coffee and sweets or for their great atmosphere.
You will absolutely love these authentic cafes if you want to experience the retro Showa vibe of the Japanese "kissaten" -a type of European-influenced cafe that was particularly popular up until the 1980s). They have a relaxed atmosphere and the coffee is carefully made and delicious! These are the best Kissaten (Japanese Cafes) in Shinjuku, Tokyo you need to try ASAP!
You've probably heard of cat cafes if you live in Tokyo but have you heard of dog cafes? They do exist although there are not as common. Here are a few places you might want to check out if you're a dog lover!
There are over than 8,500 restaurants in Shinjuku, so I think it is safe to say you can be overwhelmed by the choices available to you. Shinjuku is an awesome shopping area, but sometimes it's nice to take a break at a nice cafe before continuing on your shopping mission. Please check out the cafes below for the best cafe suggestions in Shinjuku.
The Taiwanese cafe now has a branch in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Try their irresistible sweet tofu desserts! Located on the 7th floor of Shinjuku Mylord shopping mall.
So you're traveling through Tokyo, and you want to get the most out of your otaku journey. You definitely should try a manga cafe. Whether you're just looking for a place to unwind after a busy exploration day or even a place to stay overnight if you missed the last train, Manga cafes are a worthy experience. A lot of times, you get unlimited hot and cold drinks. You get to cozy up in your own booth and curl up with your favorite manga, surf the net or even play computer games.
At the centre of the table there is a fondue pot filled with hot matcha sauce in which you can dip all kinds of delicious ingredients. Kagurazaka Saryo is a well-kept secret among locals because of its delicious desserts and Japanese atmosphere.
We went to see Artnia Cafe, a Square Enix themed cafe in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The place has some awesome game-themed food and drinks, AND it literally has a Final Fantasy mini-museum in it, as well as a boutique where you can buy all kinds of official goods! A must go for all the fans!
Shinjuku is a bustling part of Tokyo with so many options when it comes to eating and drinking. It's also a hot spot for the trendy cat cafes. Cafes where you can enjoy some hot or cold drinks in the company of friendly and lazy cats. It's an experience worth trying for all you cat lovers. Here are four popular cat cafes in Shinjuku.