The Best 30 Coffee Shops in Tokyo

30. Turret Coffee

With the interior being a sleek and simple design on a turret track, which became a symbol in Tsukiji shops. With drinks being around $4-$6 on a daily basis which is quite affordable seeing how their effort and quality put into the drinks are. Business hours here go from 7:00am to 19:00 pm and on Sundays from 9:00 to 19:00 with flexible hours that can benefit guests at anytime possible. Although this place is out doors it is quite an experience for those who want to grab and go, while some can stay and enjoy their free WiFi and socialize with their peers, or even have a work study period. For those who are early birds in the morning, Turret Coffee is perfect because they operate really early and have everything ready for guests who like go have a morning run.


Address: 築地2-12-6 SK東銀座ビル 1F Chūō, 東京都 〒104-0045 Japan


29. Koffee Mameya

Located in Shibuya with the feeling of walking into someones back door because you won’t be able to find it without the help of google maps and images. The Building outside is a simple tiny black structure with no signs at all, which makes it look exclusive and unique. This place is very hidden and tucked away in Harajuku, and is specialized in espresso, drip, or cold brew beverages. There is a wide variety of myriad beans to choose from cold brew to roasters from all over the world, such as Hong Kong and Australia are represented in this shop. The name mame means bean and ya is shop, putting this together means bean shop! Their opening hours are from 10:00-6:00 seven days a week. Although the price is at a moderate price it’s worth it for an experience of your lifetime if you respect the options they offer. For a great time and experience this shop is worth a shot!


Address: 神宮前4-15-3 Shibuya, 東京都 〒150-0001 Japan Shinsen Station, Nanpeidai cho, Shibuya Station


28. About life Coffee Brewers

Located near Shibuya Station and Shinsen Station at a small isolated area with great service, this is the place to head to when you are traveling by stations. Business hours here from 8:30 am-8:30 pm on weekdays and 9:00 am-7:00 pm on holidays and weekends with take out only and cash only. Although this place may be small and generic it holds the most unique drinks of all because it is brewed from actually seeds in front of your eyes with moment's notice. The only beans they use are from Ethiopia, Guatemala, and Brazil and they source the beans directly from the plantation. Not only do they serve Black, White, Filtered, and Other types of coffee, they also have options such as quick brew coffee, cold brew, and extra shot. With a family friendly community all around this shop is the best place to grab and go while having a nice conversation while having your beverage.


Address: 道玄坂1-19-8 斉丸道玄坂ビル 1F Shibuya, 東京都 〒150-0043 Japan


27. Glitch Coffee & Roasters

Five minute walk from Jinbocho Station is a shop named “Glitch Coffee & Roasters”. This shop is acquainted with many minimalists and hip people. Glitch is a place with very casual scenery with a whole variety of beans to choose from. Not only does this store serve beverages, but they also serve mini pastries that are appealing to the eye. People here can choose from the variety that they offer. Although this store may be small with limited seating and it’s a little difficult to get to, it is worth the trip to try the things they offer. Glitch has a unique atmosphere where all the staff are friendly; even some of the staff there speak English, for those who are foreigners. Their business hours go from 7:30 am- 8:00 pm on weekdays while on weekends from, 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.


Address: 神田錦町3-16 香村ビル1F Chiyoda, 東京都 〒101-0054 Japan Kanda Ogawacho


26. Blue Bottle Coffee Shinjuku Cafe

If you are looking for a good cup of freshly brewed coffee, look no further Blue Bottle Coffee is where it’s at! It located on the first floor of NEWoMan at South Shinjuku Station. The bar counter serving beverages is an island type where the varistor can interact with the guests from any angle, which is quite unique in a way where everything they do can be seen. Business hours are from 8:00 to 21:30 but on April 1st of 2019 they will be changing it to 8:00-21:00. Although Blue Bottle is like any other cafe, you would think that they would be the same among other stores. The difference here is Blue Bottle has been here since the late 1600s when the Turkish army occupied most of the Central and Eastern Europe, which arrived in Vienna during 1683. For over 400 years, they were able to manage this shop with very nice staff who speak English to those who don't know Japanese!


Address: 新宿4-1-6 NEWoMan Shinjuku1F Shinjuku, 東京都 〒160-0022 Japan Shinjuku Station, Shinjyuku-Sanchome Station, Shinjuku Gyoen Mae Station


25. Toranomon Koffee

Located in Minato Japan,a five minute walk away from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Toranomon Station Exit 1. Toranomon Koffee is very unique with their modern generic look which looks like as if you are in a sci-fi movie. Despite being located inside a mall, this store displays their beverages very aesthetically. Not only do they serve drinks, they also serve desserts, which is quite a delightful experience. Although the shop is a little hard to find because of how well hidden it is inside the district, it is a pleasant surprise when you stumble upon it. Once you discover this store, it is worth the trip because everything inside is well decorated and the atmosphere is extremely welcoming. You can easily sit down and socialize with a group of friends for hours. Toranomon is located on the 2nd floor of the Mori Building, while their business hours are from 7:00 am to 19:00 pm.

Address: 虎ノ門1-23-3 虎ノ門ヒルズ 森タワー 2F Minato, 東京都 〒105-0001 Japan Atago


24. Little Nap Coffee Stand

Little Nap sits along a quiet street near Yoyogi Park but is actually right next to a local sports park where you can watch a group of older men play some sort of bocce ball game. Like most hip coffee shops in Japan, the focus is on quality over quantity. Menu is small and the seats are limited, making it a first come first serve cafe. They also offer a few small bite options for those who are feeling only a little hungry. They are open from Tuesday through Monday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, but they are closed on Mondays. If you love taking pictures of food aesthetically then this place is perfect for you because it's Instagram worthy. But if you ever stumble upon this store while visiting the park then you should make a stop at Little Nap because it is always worth it.


Address: 代々木5 65-4 Shibuya, 東京都 〒151-0053 Japan Yoyogi-koen Station


23. Cafe Del’Ambre

Located near Shimbashi Station, this shop provides a unique vibe for those who are craft coffee connoisseurs. Here, you can enjoy coffees with unique aromas and tastes after an exciting presentation. Cafe Del’Ambre is not a place to work and have meetings because their theme is all about enjoying their unique craftsmanship. Their business hours are from 12:00 pm- 10:00pm, Sunday’s 12:00 pm- 7:00 pm. They are a dine-in only and they don’t do take outs; to fully enjoy your experience, you must sit in to really get an understanding of what goes into their coffee craftsmanship. They are specifically known for their unique performance with a great aroma. At first glance this shop may look like a generic shop that lacks the theme of other shops, although this shop has been here for so long and doesn’t change which makes it unique in it’s own way.


Address: 銀座8-10-15 SMB BLDG1F Chūō, 東京都 〒104-0061 Japan Shinbashi Station


22. Lattest Omotesando Espresso Bar

Located in Shibuya with drinks around $4-$5, this shop is small and aesthetic. Although there might not be much in this store, they offer a variety of lattes which is quite astonishing. Every drink is unique in its own way and has a distinct taste. Although they don’t just serve drinks, they also serve desserts that go along with your beverage, bringing a special vibe to your time spent at this store. Business hours are 10:00 am to 7:00 pm for seven days a week in this remote store where everything is all performance based with an experience of a lifetime that offers freshly brewed from scratch while you sit there watching how coffee can be so simple due to how complex flavors come and go from your taste buds. This cafe provides a great place that elevates the connection to people around you and even the encounters you endure over a cup of coffee. This little shop brings people from all over the world together.


Address: 宮前3-5-2 Shibuya, 東京都 〒150-0001 Japan


21. Cafe Lexcel Marunouchi Building

Three minute walk from Nijubashimae Chiyoda Line, is a shop called Cafe Lexcel Marunouchi Building. Cafe Lexcel serves many quality beverages such as their soy latte. This place is located above 4th floor of Marunouchi Building near Tokyo Station. They are open seven days a week from 11:00 am- 9:00 pm, but this may vary depending on different stores. Although this place is very modern looking and has a very nice display all around, it has windows that have a view of Tokyo Station which is very nice for its simplicity. Their drinks all place a heavier emphasis on the milk, which delivers a perfect balance between a really good dark roast espresso and the light, intense cream flavor from the soy milk. Espresso flavor is pronounced as the cream smoothly slides back as a secondary taste, helping round out the dark roast. Being able to have a delightful beverage and experience is worth the trip.


Address: 丸の内2-4-1丸ビル4F Chiyoda, 東京都 〒100-0005 Japan Tokyo Station, Nijubashimae station


20. Verve Coffee Roasters Shinjuku Station

Located near Shinjuku station, this spot is perfect for tourists who have jet lag and desperately need coffee in order to survive. Although some coffee shops like to open later, this shop opens at 8 am and closes at 10 pm. This place originated from Santa Cruz and made it all the way to Japan with the California hipster vibe. This shop has really nice decorations, with very friendly staff that will greet you when you enter their shop and send you off when you exit. They have a whole variety of beverages along with pastries. With Shinjuku being enormous, this place is worth the trip to stop by at anytime. Verve is a very classy place with a hint of California vibe that has been brought over to this very spot in Japan. With the train station nearby, you can always come here knowing that this cafe will be at its designated location at the stop.


Address: 新宿4-1-6 NEWoMan SHINJUKU 2F Shinjuku, 東京都 〒160-0022 Japan Shinjuku Station


19. Unir Akasaka

Located on first floor of the Akasaka Hotel Insomnia on the Chidoya Line. Not only does this shop serve beverages in the morning they also serve pastries that are very pleasing. This shop is always open 24 hours and they accept card as payment. The vibe this cafe gives is a very classy and casual one, which is a perfect place to do work and have study groups. They also serve alcohol, but only wine and beer. This place is mainly known for their pastries and top quality coffee. The price range here for beverages is mainly around 500 to 800 yen.They only serve their latte’s after 7 am, but you can get their coffee at anytime. This cafe is unique in its own way because it’s perfect for those who are in the state of "insomnia", those who can't sleep can always visit this cafe shop that is always open 24 hours a day.

Address: 赤坂2-14-14 Minato, 東京都 〒107-0052 Japan Akasaka Station


18. Yonemoto Coffee

Located in a convenient location along the Tsukiji Market. With fairly good coffee for around 300 to 700 yen at a reasonable price the quality and effort that is put into their drinks, you won't regret making the decision to stop here after a long stroll in the market. This shop is open from 5:30 am to 4:00 pm from Monday to Saturday, but they are closed on Sundays. Although there are smoking and non-smoking areas, the whole place still smells like smoke and people aren't having it. There is outside seating for those who are taking to go. This shop has been opened for 60 years and people come and go in the Tsukiji market. If you were looking for quality coffee, this is the store for you because this coffee here is made with care and authenticity.


Address: 築地4-11-1 Chūō, 東京都 〒104-0045 Japan


17. Arise Coffee Roasters

Arise is a small coffee shop around the corner of the intersection of Hirano. From the outside, it looks like a tobacco shop in town. However, the exterior is striking with a blue roof and only 5 chairs but no tables. This shop is open Tuesday to Sunday at 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, but closed on Monday. This shop offers 10 different types of drinks from around 400 to 500 yen each. Brewed right before your eyes, the different colored beans are brewed at different times because each bean has a different optimal brewing time. Everything in the shop, from their appearance to their drinks, is casual. This shop mainly offers Ethiopian coffee beans roasted on site. If you are a maniac for coffee then this shop is perfect for you in many ways because they offer different types of freshly brewed coffee right at the table for a reasonable price.


Address: 平野1-13-8 Koto, 東京都 〒135-0023 Japan


16. Yanaka Coffee Shop Yanaka

Located in 谷中3-8-6 Taitō, 東京都 〒110-0001 Japan, on the shopping street. ,this nostalgic coffee shop carries good old commercial grade coffee. Everything here is brewed fresh and on demand. When you sit down, they will roast fresh coffee and serve complimentary warm samples of coffee in paper cups. While you are tasting these samples, the staff explains the differences of each coffee bean. A variety of beans are shown to each guest as a prime example. Their opening hours are during Monday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. With their price range around 220 to 270 yen this is a decently priced range for a simple cup of coffee in a tiny little shop. Each specific coffee is served by brewing beans fresh. If you like fresh coffee on the spot and brewed fast then this is the place for you. With the feeling of being in a traditional Japanese home, this cafe is the spot for those who like to feel casual and be around an authentic store.



15. Streamer Coffee Company Kayabacho

This cafe is known for their modern minimalist vibe. With beverages around 450 to 730 yen, this place is worth the extra bang for your buck. If you aren't in the mood for coffee then they have other beverages such as apple cider and cocoa. Opening hours are from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm on Monday through Sunday. This shop accepts card as payment which is reliable because you might be short on cash. This shop is known for their extravagant lattes, which cost around 490 yen. They also serve espressos on special events. Not only does this shop serve beverages, they serve donuts and cookies. Streamer Coffee is a smoke free environment with a large space for study groups and is, in general, a great place to study by yourself. This shop is a nice quiet work space with a plenty of outlets for laptops and great beverages to enjoy while you type away.

Address: ザ・パークレックス小網町ビル 1F Chūō, 東京都 〒103-0016 Japan Suitengu Shrine


14. Good People & Good Coffee

This shop does not disappoint because the drinks are quite good and the people here are friendly and very knowledgeable at what they do. Opening hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, and Saturday through Sunday from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm. Their drinks vary from 230 to 550 yen which is a reasonable price for what you get at this shop. For a peculiar shop, they have their own way of letting customers know what type of drink they would like. If you are looking for a unique cafe to go and enjoy yourself at your own pace, this is the shop for you because not only will they satisfy you, they will always try their best to answer anything you may ask them. You will be satisfied with your decision, but their prices are reasonable with what they serve. They have great customer service all around.

Address:東山3-4-11 サンライズ東山 1F Meguro, 東京都 〒153-0043 Japan Ikejiriohashi Station


13. Fuglen Tokyo

Located in 富ヶ谷1-16-11 1F Shibuya, 東京都 〒151-0063 Japan near Kamiyamacho and Yoyogi-koen Station. Fuglen serves a great variety of coffees and cocktails. Their staff is quite knowledgeable and friendly and they have a nice decor with a Norwegian design for indoor and outdoor seating. This makes it a great spot for relaxing and chilling with your friends or a date. Their style of coffee is Norwegian-based and is top-notch quality for what it is. Their pastries are nice because they complement the drinks so well that no matter what drink you pick, the pastry will be delicious. This cafe has become quite trendy with its simplistic but modern design. Fuglen is a unique coffee shop; it opens in the morning as a cafe, but becomes an exciting and exquisite bar at night. You can come here with your friends any time of the day to have a fun experience. On Monday and Tuesday they are open from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm, Wednesday through Thursday from 8:00 to 1:00 pm, Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 am, and on Sunday 10:00 am to 1:00 am.


Address: 富ヶ谷1-16-11 1F Shibuya, 東京都 〒151-0063 Japan near Kamiyamacho Yoyogi-koen Station


12. Excelsior Caffe

Excelsior Caffe is a modern themed shop for those who are feeling the minimalist vibe. Aside from having beverages they have unique pastries that are Instagram worthy. Not only do they have a wide range of beverages, they also have a large selection of pastries that will pair well with your drink. This cafe is likely recommended to those who are in for a quick bite and a drink. They are open from Monday through Friday from 7:00 to 10:00 pm, and Saturday to Sunday from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm. If you were wondering, they accept card as payment. Apart from getting caffeinated drinks, you can get different ones without caffeine in it. If you come across this cafe, give it a try and get a beverage of your liking with a pastry on the side.

Address: 新橋2‐5‐1 EXCEL新橋1F・2F Minato, 東京都 〒105-0004 Japan Shinbashi Station, Uchisaiwaicho Station


11. Oshiage Nyanko

This little shop is basically a living room in a little apartment, on a small side street, in a small town in Tokyo. Typically, you won't be able to find this shop unless you are actually looking for it. The interior decor is dominated by a baby grand in the middle of the room, which can be seen from the outside through their large glass windows. It’s decorated from top to bottom with pottery and with cat related memorabilia, books, photos, magazines, and trinkets, some of which can be purchased. Here they serve cat shaped cookies and tasty chocolate pies, but the real show here are the 3D lattes that they serve. Their latte artist takes extra thick foam, dollops it onto your hot drink of choice, and transforms the white blobs into cute kitty faces. Be sure to take a photo before it melts! Their opening hours are only on Thursday to Friday from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 pm to 12:00 am.

Address: 押上3-10-9 Sumida, 東京都 〒131-0045 Japan


10. Passage Coffee

Passage Coffe is a cafe that is super cute, super new, super cheery, and super tasty in Tokyo. This cafe is very convenient for those who want to order to go, instead of sitting down because their tables are small and there are no outlets. They only serve beverages and sell packaged coffee beans, which means they don't have meals and their only focus is to offer exquisite beverages. Their prices vary from 400 to 500 yen in price, which is inexpensive for those who are there to enjoy a drink. Their opening hours are from Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm and Saturday through Sunday from 8:00 am through 9:00 pm. If you are nearby and need a quick drink to get your caffeine fix, then this store is for you. Enjoy the experience of a nice ice-cold beverage.

Address: 芝 5-14-16 大正堂ビル 1F Minato, 東京都 〒105-0014 Japan near Mita Station, Tamachi


9. Moose Coffee

Moose Coffee is known for its Colombian beans, which are brewed fresh before being served. The shop is relaxing despite the compact space, while also having a retro atmosphere in an open store. The shop is never really crowded, but only when people are there talking to the manager who is really kind and friendly. This cafe has a family friendly vibe to it, so don't be afraid to start up a conversation with anyone because they will be open ears. Opening hours are from Tuesday through Sunday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. Typically if you are ever around Kawasaki, this place is a good cafe to enjoy a relaxing beverage because this store is mainly here for you to enjoy their presence. You will not regret visiting this store for their drinks and hospitality because the staff here will always welcome you in with open arms.

Address: 川崎区 貝塚 1-12-15 Kawasaki, 神奈川県 〒210-0014 Japan


8. Artless craft tea & coffee

Just as described in the name itself, artless coffee is still art on its own. When entering, staff will come greet you, but sometimes the owner likes to make experimental drinks and serve samples to their guest. The cafe has a minimalist vibe with very unique and complicated drinks. Besides coffee, their tea is splendid in a way where you actually feel like you belong there and have the feeling of wanting more tea. Some coffee beverages are infused with tea, giving the coffee a strong hint of tea in it. Their opening hours are from Monday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. Not only do they sell beverages from 500 yen to 800 yen, they also serve food that cost 300 yen to 500 yen. There is no rush; take your time savoring the smooth flavor of each sip of coffee while you enjoy a great pastry along with it.

Address: 上目黒2-45-12 Nakame Gallery Street J2 中目黒高架下/85 Meguro, 東京都 〒153-0051 Japan Kamimeguro


7. Ueshima Coffee Higashi Uneo

Located in 東上野3-19-6 1F Taitō, 東京都 〒110-0015 Japan by Keisei Ueno Station, Ueno Station, Inaricho Station. This shop is very welcoming to tourists and other people who don’t speak Japanese, as there are plenty of employees who speak English and are always friendly. Their menus are in Japanese and English, and they do accept card so you don't need to pay in cash. Their open hours are from Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm and Saturday through Sunday from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. They serve a variety of sandwiches that range in size depending on the one you order, including a very large clubhouse sandwich. They also serve different sizes of coffee, but there is plenty of milk coffee in their medium option. If you are ever feeling hungry during lunch and want to get a drink at the same time, then this is the cafe for you because their sandwiches are in large portions and are worth it for the price!


Address:東上野3-19-6 1F Taitō, 東京都 〒110-0015 Japan by Keisei Ueno Station Ueno Station Inaricho Station


6. Maruyama Coffee Nishi Azabu

This shop is perfect for those who love coffee in general because you can socialize about all types of coffee that they have. It is open Monday through Sunday from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm. They offer breakfast and brunch options the whole day. Maruyama is a fancy place, so come, sit down and enjoy the atmosphere and service. This shop seems like they specialize in French press coffee, so you have a selection from seasonal beans, single origin, and blends. They even have a sampler table with their recommendations. The coffee here is mostly served via french press so you get more than a cup which makes this place a better value. The menu is as extensive as a wine list. Their desserts and pastries are like delicacies to the eye. That being said, come and try their beverages accompanied by a dessert or pastry because you will be here for a while.


Address: 西麻布3-13-3 Minato, 東京都 〒106-0031 Japan near Nishi-azabu


5. Moss Core Coffee

Located in 松庵3-38-20 Suginami, 東京都 〒167-0054 Japan near Nishi-ogikubo Station. Moss Core Coffee is a small independent coffee shop that is a good spot for relaxing. However, the barista may get a bit impatient with patrons who overstay their welcome. With no outlets or Wi-Fi, this shop is a great place to stop for a very quick coffee and fast service. They are open Monday through Sunday from 12:30 pm to 7:00 pm, but are closed on Wednesdays. These guys are serious. They brew Single O coffee beans, high quality beans from a renowned Australian roaster, as espresso drinks on a Slayer (a hand-made espresso machine imported from the US) and as hand-poured drinks, which is common in Japan. With that being said, if you are ever in the area and want to go to a small independent shop then this is the spot for you!


Address: 松庵3-38-20 Suginami, 東京都 〒167-0054 Japan Nishi-ogikubo Station


4. Sunny Coffee

This is a shop that offers coffee made from U.S. beans brewed with an AeroPress. They serve breakfast and lunch, so they have plenty of food and sweets; this was quite a shop that looks good and is very simple. They have several latte artists that will create beautiful patterns for many different drinks. They are open 6 days a week from Monday to Saturday from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. Buying beans is always a great choice because you can always take it back home to brew yourself or give it away as a gift to your loved ones. One of the drinks that are well-known here is their soy latte and the service here is fast so you won’t have to wait for a long time.


Address:日本橋蛎殻町1-9-4 荻野ビル1F Chūō, 東京都 〒103-0014 Japan


3. Coffee Valley

Coffee Valley is a humble shop that serves coffee and espressos in Ikebukuro. If you care about quality coffee, Valley Coffee doesn't disappoint. They take great pride in their different beans from around the world, but their Valley Coffee blend is just as good as beans they acquire from Ethiopia and Venezuela. Espresso drinks are textured correctly, served at the right temperature, and taste excellent. The place is just like any food place in Japan and has two floors of seating areas with tables and chairs. The place also serves some of the best toast you've ever had. Their opening hours are from Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 10:00 pm and Saturday to Sunday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm. They also serve food which is quite a delight because if you are hungry they have plenty to offer. This is definitely somewhere to stop by if you are in the area.

Address: 南池袋2-26-3 Toshima, 東京都 Japan Ikebukuro East Side, Ikebukuro Station


2. Coffee Lounge Lemon

Coffee Lounge Lemon is a hidden gem in a big city, as this cafe used to be an old-fashioned cafe (喫茶店) until they renovated it with a modern twist in April 2017. Their decor and ambiance is superb! Service is great and friendly. The venue is spotless, so people can come and chill. They serve latte, iced coffee, and lemon tarts. You can expect more than what you pay for, as they will even thrown in an extra tart if the first one is smaller than standard. Their opening hours are from Monday through Sunday from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm, but they are closed on Wednesdays. This shop is great for sitting down and getting work done. Feel free to stay here with your laptop and relax, or you can come here with friends to have a great time.


Address: 新宿3-14-24 パークシティ 3 Shinjuku, 東京都 〒160-0022 Japan Shinjyuku-Sanchome Station Shinjuku Station Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station


1. Deus Ex Machina Harajuku

Deus Ex Machina is a cafe/store that many people regard as one of the coolest coffee shops places to visit. Deus Ex Machina began in 2006 as an Australian shop selling customized motorcycles, custom parts and more. With the headquarters in Sydney, the shop has grown worldwide getting into various areas such as surfing, snowboarding, skateboarding, art, and fashion. Their brand is sold worldwide but they have flagship stores in Camperdown, Sydney; Canggu, Bali; Harajuku, Tokyo; Los Angeles (Venice, California); Milan, Italy and retail stores in Oberoi, Bali; Byron Bay; Penrith, NSW and Warringah Mall in NSW. Deus Cafe is open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and they sell special blend coffees and Mama Lulls' granola. This store gives off a biker shop feel. Not only do they have a full bar, they serve a variety of meals, from breakfast to dinner. If you are ever in the area, this is the shop to go to for lunch.


Address:神宮前3-29-5 Shibuya, 東京都 〒150-0001 Japan