Make your childhood dreams come true and enter the world of Beatrix Potter! Come dine and sip tea with Peter Rabbit and Friends in this wonderfully designed Garden Cafe in Tokyo's trendy district of Jiyugaoka - with a little touch of fantasy!
Nakano is mostly famous because of Nakano Broadway (i.e. Otaku's heaven). There you can find a multitude of otaku goods, from vintage to rare. Nakano is also a nice place for students to hang out since there are nice parks and cafes and it has a laid-back atmosphere compared to some posh areas of Tokyo.
Kichijoji might not be well-known by those by travelling through Tokyo, but it is a favourite for Japanese!! It is was voted last year the most popular neighbourhood to live in in Tokyo. Why you may ask? Because you can get downtown (Shinjuku/Shibuya) with an express train in less than 20 minutes, but it is recluded enough to be calm. There is a huge and beautiful park, all the types of cuisines you can think of, plenty of small and cute cafes, good places to go shopping no matter your taste. In other words, you need to see it for yourself! You can easily spend the day there blissfully hopping from one store to another.
This list is dedicated to those who are gluten intolerant and looking for gluten-free cafes and restaurants in Tokyo.
There are many cafes and restaurants in Shibuya, but many do not offer free wi-fi. It is very difficult to find free wi-fi spots in such a crowded, chaotic town, so here are 5 cafes in Shibuya with free wi-fi!
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.