Must-Go Cafes In Tokyo To Put On Your Radar

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Add these to your itinerary and you’re all set for a café hopping adventure in the Land of the Rising Sun!

#1: NALU 76 Cafe

Fancy getting both a meal and your hair done simultaneously? A cafe and hair salon rolled into one hip joint, the NALU 76 Cafe combines every girl’s two loves, eating and beauty. First enjoy a warm meal before popping upstairs to give your mane a makeover with some of the friendliest hairstylists, most of whom are even bilingual! This is definitely one for the ladies, but at least the gentlemen can have food for company while they wait for their partners to finish up.

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Did you know? Hedgehogs curl up into tight balls when threatened, so be gentle when handling them!

#2: Harry Cafe (Harinezumi Cafe)

Calling all hedgehog lovers! Don’t miss the Harry cafe, where you will have fuzzy little furballs as the perfect tea time companions. These adorable critters are illegal to kept as pets in Singapore, so if you’re heading to Tokyo, be sure to have your fill of their cuteness.

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The Shibuya Crossing is a busy intersection located right outside the Hachiko exit of the Shibuya Station.


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#3: L’Occitane Cafe

Fans of the French skincare brand will love the L’Occitane Cafe, owned and operated by the cosmetic giant. Located strategically around Tokyo for convenience, the Shibuya outlet even overlooks what is rumoured to be the busiest traffic intersection in the world, the Shibuya Crossing.

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Macarons are a wildly popular meringue-based confection made with egg white, sugar, and almonds.

#4: Pierre Herme

Here, hardcore macaron fans can indulge in over 20 varieties of the famous French pastry, with new creations and flavours for every season. There are also other delectable confections, including the much loved Bar Chocolat, that can be enjoyed with their menu of desserts and beverages.

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This popular French bakery has stores in Marunouchi, Shinjuku, Tokyo Midtown, and Shibuya. (Image credit: Patissierie Sadaharu Aoki)

#5: Sadaharu Aoki

Famous for its French-Japanese fusion desserts, we daresay this impressive cafe is one of the most iconic cafes in Japan for its top-notch gourmet desserts.

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