Updated: November 06, 2018
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Obsessed with Stationery? Visit Bunbougu Cafe in Tokyo!

Bunbougu Cafe is located in Omotesando, near Apple Store, and it is a stationery themed cafe! If you love collecting unique stationery, this is the first place you should go eat in Tokyo.

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Bunbougu Cafe

Bunbougu means stationery, and this cafe offer unique experience with stationery! Just a 3~4 minute walk from Omotesando station A1 exit, as you walk down the stairs of the building, the first thing you'll see is a variety of stationery lined up neatly on a space. Right next to it, there's an area where they have tables and seats, where you can eat.
You can casually stop by and buy their stationery too! They have a variety of unique and fun stationery ready, and they usually have a sample where you can try using them too. So all you have to do is immerse yourself with mind blowing stationery!

Menu

Stationery are not the only fun part of this cafe! They also have lots of appetizing meals. For lunch, they have a set meal which is available from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
They also have a variety of food options for dinner time too. All of them are original and unique, which makes you want to try them all! They have salads, small pizzas, pastas and cafe gohan plate which is like a teishoku (Japanese meal sets)!
Their drink menu is super extensive. They have lots of coffee menu, tea, and soft drinks. They also offer a variety of alcohol too, and their original cocktails are a must-try. There are so many fun and mysterious drinks like "A Sketchbook at the beach", "Love letter from Mozart", "Surprise! 'IT IS NOT THIS' Cocktail!" and interesting cocktail called "tea mojito".
If you want something sweet, try their "Bunbougu Parfait"! It's their signature parfait. You will get a pencil case with an eraser and a pen with chocolate in it, which you can use it as a topping for the parfait, and you can take them home! It's such a cute parfait that is only available at this cafe.
As a kid, many people probably have an experience of drawing on a place mat. But as you grow up, people gradually stop drawing, or maybe they stop going to places that offer place mat that you can draw. BUT! You can have a nostalgic experience at Bunbougu Cafe! Their place mat is made of a drawing paper. You can choose crayons, color pencils, markers or whatever stationery you want to use, and you can design your place mat! It's such a fun way to wait until your food comes.
If you become an official member of Bunbougu Cafe, you will get a secret key that lets you open the secret drawer on a table. You can also participate in events and parties hosted by Bunbougu Cafe, and you also get 10% off! You can also purchase membership only stationery and there are so many more specialties! You can also order secret menus too.

Lastly...

This article introduced you to a fun and exciting cafe called Bunbougu Cafe, located in Omotesando. If you are looking for a nice place to grab lunch, or somewhere to discover new stationery while you are in Japan, it's worth checking out!
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