Iris in Wonderland Japan: Cool Cafes To Chillout At

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I like cafes, drinking coffee, and especially cappuccino.


During my freetime I like to chill out at a quiet cafe and enjoy a leisurely brunch or dessert while surfing the web, reading a book or listening to music, and am happy to do this even on my own.


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In Tokyo, one can find cafes with character to relax in peace and quiet while savouring the delights on their menu.


So whenever I have some time to myself, I try to discover a cafe with ambience and try their brunch! In particular, I love Egg Benedicts...


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...and sandwiches!


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In cafes in Tokyo, one can enjoy the company of friends, or chilling out by yourself, unwinding from the daily toil.


Here are a couple of my favorite cafe hangouts:

Bondi Cafe

1-19-7 Tomigaya, Shibuya, La Foret Tomigaya 302

--> I like the decor here that transports one to Bondi beach in Sydney!


 

Viron



Tsukada Bldg. 1-2F, 33-8 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

--> The baguettes here are made from flour flown in from France, and it shows in the wonderful taste and texture that is sure to leave you satisfied!

 



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