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Eating in Tokyo: Caf�s and Teahouses



Eating in Tokyo

Eating in Tokyo: Cafs and Teahouses




The delicate tea ceremony requires several years of practice and training. But this art especially in its detail, it means no more than the making and serving of a cup of tea. This procedure is accomplished with the most perfect, most polite, most graceful, most charming manner possible.

  • Aigre Douce: 3-22-13 Shimo-ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5988-0330.
    Description: Aigre Douce is simply one of the best pastries shop in Japan and maybe the best cakes. This tiny shop situated about a 10 minute walk away from Mejiro station is a must for sweets.


  • Cafe 246: 1-2-6 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5771-6886.
    Description: The environment is very relaxing and cool. The cafe also has many desktops so you can use it for free while you're waiting for a table or even during your dine.


  • Dean and Deluca - Shinagawa: 2-18-1 Atre Shinagawa Bldg.2F, Konan, Minato-ku,Tokyo. Phone: 03-6717-0935.


  • Cafe Shift: 3-13-14 Shimo-meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-3721-4574.
    Description: Cafe Shift is a great place to write, because you can sit uninterrupted in a great atmosphere.


  • Feal Teria: 1-25-30 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-3205-9181.
    Description: Feal Teria is the place to be if you want to taste slightly off-the-wall cakes and pastries. While the overall level of pastry and baked goods is high, most places stick to the tried-and-true classics.


  • Zoka: 3-2-2 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-3560-7251.
    Description: Today there are 2 branches operating within the metropolitan area. Growing up in the middle of Japans caf & coffee explosion, this coffee shop is committed to providing and using only the very best coffee beans.


  • Koots Green Tea: 6-27-4 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5469-3300.
    Description: If you find yourself athirst near the Meiji shrine, you might want to check out Koots Green Tea.
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