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Best Cafes in Tokyo

Japan isn't known as a coffee drinking nation, tea is the preferred hot drink. But outside influences are changing that and foreigns from Australia, the US and even Norway are bringing European style coffee and cafes to the streets of Japan. Check out our favourites in the Tokyo Cafe Guide.

Best Cafes in Harajuku

Roastery

Great Coffee

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In a city starved of good coffee, The Roastery is our pick of places to get an espresso or flat white. As you walk in you smell the fresh coffee beans being roasted at the ... Read more

Pablo Harajuku

Bakery

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Locals go crazy for these sweet cheesy tarts. So much so that a side industry of making fraudulent copies have sprung up. They're a little like a Portugese tart, but with different options for the ... Read more

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Best Cafes in Shibuya

Fuglen Tokyo

€ €BarDesign

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Fuglen (フグレントウキョウ) is a Norwegian based 'multiconcept space'. During the day it's a funky cafe serving really good coffee and in the evening the coffee cups get replaced with cocktail glasses. It's a beautiful space ... Read more

Camelback

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Camelback is a little sandwich shop hidden in the streets of West Shibuya. The ex-sushi chef puts together tasty sandwiches with the same precision and care as you may expect from a plate of sashimi. ... Read more

Double Tall Coffeebar

Great Coffee

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Double Tall Coffeebar (ダブルトールコーヒーバー). Finding good coffee in Tokyo can be a challenge. Japanese don't tend to be fans of strong coffee. Double Tall have a couple of outlets around Tokyo and manage to brew ... Read more

Double Tall

Great Coffee

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Double Tall (ダブルトール 原宿店). Finding good coffee in Tokyo can be a challenge. Japanese don't tend to be fans of strong coffee. Double Tall have a couple of outlets around Tokyo and manage to brew ... Read more

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Best Cafes in Shinjuku

Kino Chaya

Ice Cream

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Kino Chaya (紀伊茶屋) is a little green tea ice cream shop on the ground floor. A nice refreshing Japanese treat on a hot day. Read more

Paul Bassett

€ €

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Paul Bassett (新宿). Finding a good coffee in Tokyo can be hard. Paul Bassett is an Australian based coffee roaster. Don't let the surroundings fool you, it may look like a bad chain but the ... Read more

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