Tokyo is a bustling city full off cute cafés. We took a closer look to the world of cute character cafés, so here is a list of five cafés staying permanently. Whenever you come to Tokyo you shouldn’t miss a visit there.
Café Tint in Shimokitazawa offers omuraisu that will make all your Instagram followers jealous and parfaits so cute it is almost a waste to eat them.
Do you like cafés with a special flair? Do you like Alice in Wonderland, fluffy cushions and cute decorations? Then the All C’s Café in the Koenji area of Tokyo is perfect for you.
Soft meowing played over a loudspeaker outside the cafe. For me, a feline fan, the lure was irresistible!
On November 1st the PPAP, or Pen Pineapple Apple Pen, Café opened on the fourth floor of the Tokyo Sky Tree, and I, being no stranger to viral Internet comedy, was ready to go.
Harajuku, located in the heart of the shopping district of Shibuya, is known internationally for its extravagant outfits, and its great shopping. Since it has become an epicenter for young Japanese people and international travellers, many eateries have also started to sell different types of food on the streets of Harajuku. While you are shopping and looking at the interesting clothes and souvenirs you can also find some great sweets to eat while you stroll.
In Tokyo and hungry for a unique place that that serves delicious food but is unique? The Kawaii Monster Cafe is the perfect place to spend lunch or dinner! Located in Harajuku near Takeshi Street, the Kawaii Monster Café is a unique café offering great atmosphere and interesting food.
Themed cafes in Tokyo are aplenty. On top of two quirky cafes that I visited previously, the Alice in Wonderland Café was another café that was on my to-visit list. There are numerous Alice in Wonderland themed cafes in Tokyo, showing the popularity of this concept.