Tokyo cafe & sweets
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Asakusa is a town that retains nostalgic downtown scenery with good access to Asakusa Temple or Tokyo Skytree. If you get tired while walking and sightseeing, why not take a break in one of the excellent cafés? There are a lot of fashionable cafés as well as nostalgic Showa-style cafés.
Tsukiji Market is known as the biggest Sea Food Market in Japan. And the Tsukiji Terrace is known as the famous café in Tsukiji area. In this café, we can enjoy the sweets and BBQ in several time zone. In addition, it is as useful as located in very near
Tsukiji Market is the world-famous wholesale market, and crowded every day. When you walk for about 10 min from Tuskiji Market, you would reach the café named “Takatani-do” . This café provides you Ultra Vanilla Cream Puff. Today we would introduce attractive point of this café very deeply. ≫For other cafés
“Tsukiji” Market is the largest market in the world dealing with more than 470 kinds of marine products. Its vigorous trading starts early morning every day, and it attracts many tourists to see the activities. In this issue we introduce cafés “Yonemoto Coffee Shop – Main Shop” located near “Tsukiji” Market.
“Tsukiji” Market is the largest market in the world dealing with many marine products and its vigorous trading attracts many tourists to enjoy foods and shopping. In this issue we introduce café “4SEASON” where you can make a pause during the tour. ≫For other cafés and pastry shops around “Tsukiji”
“Tsukiji” Market is a famous spot for tourists to see the Japanese fish culture such as vigorous trading in the inner market and the outer market for sushi restaurants and other shops for visitors. In this issue we recommend cafés where you can make a pause during your visit at
“Tsukiji” Market is the largest market in the world dealing with about 480 kinds of marine products and about 270 kinds of greengrocery. Its vigorous trading attracts many tourists to enjoy fresh sea foods and shopping. In this issue we introduce cafés and pastry shops around “Tsukiji” Market, good for