Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Best hidden cafe in Tokyo Kimitsuchuo Dori

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There was a tiny café near Kimitsuchuo Dori station which exuded a feeling of home, we had to go for it. My expectations for the food was not exceedingly high but I was blown when the flavours hit my palette. The fried rice had great texture and every grain was bursting with flavour. It was well complimented with the miso soup and definitely a delightful meal. 

The satisfying meal got me thinking about their dessert and nothing screams Japan more than a nice green tea cake roll. The flavours were not overpowering and it struck a good balance with the cream. As I enjoyed my cake, the sun rays poured in and lighted up the place giving it a picturesque feel, a simple pleasure to be enjoyed along with my cake. Kimitsuchuo Dori may seem like a secluded town but it is more than it meets the eye. Be sure to explore it to find out the hidden wonders that lie beyond its plain façade.


  1. I'd love to try a green tea cake, they look great!

    Buckets & Spades

  2. This looks amazing! I'd love to go to Tokyo some day! Great photos

    Records of my Troubles

  3. Ooh I hope to go soon and discover all these cool places in Tokyo. Last year's trip there was definitely not long enough. I absolutely love rolls and that green tea one looks amazing!

    Characters & Carry-ons

  4. What a unique little place, I love the decor & atmosphere x

    Beauty with charm

  5. oh wow the cafe really is hidden! nice find. :)

    Winn | ♥ | Instagram

  6. looks lovely! xx

  7. Great photos!
    Mademoiselle Coconath

  8. It's always such a delight when your expectations are exceeded. This little cafe looks like a lovely little place. Love the kitty curtains hanging in the window. Beautiful photography and that green tea cake roll looks stunning. I had no idea that it was such a typical dessert for Japan. Really hope to visit Japan one day myself.

    Rae | Love from Berlin

  9. Your pictures are beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

  10. love your blog :)
    Happy Sunday! :)

  11. How cute!
    Is that a Matcha cake? I love Matcha, pure or in food and I how love how you can get Matcha Cakes, Matcha Ice cream (my favorite) and all of these things in Japan!