Thursday, 17 March 2016

Dream coffee in Tokyo

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The dream coffee cafe has got to be my favourite place during my entire trip to Tokyo. This quaint cafe is located in Ikebukuro, is furnished with a unique design that I absolutely love. Entering, I was greeted with a bright smile from the owner. The french toast and coffee were so good! I promise you will not regret trying it!

If I was a local, I would definitely spend hours in the cafe reading a book or just people watching.

Now, I am thinking of having a french toast (drooling while typing this, haha!).


19 comments :

  1. These photos are so beautiful and so is the cafe!

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  2. This looks like such a cosy little cafe! I can imagine spending hours there too :)

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  3. Uhhh I want to visit Tokyo so badly! This looks so lovely and cosy, when I get the chance to go I will make sure I pay a visit! Immy x

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  4. Wow, such beautiful photos. Looks like a lovely place :)

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  5. Looks like a great place. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your comment. xoxoxoxo

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  6. wow,amazing photos !Looks like a coffee heaven!

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  7. love all the shots!
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  8. This cafe looks fabulous and you've made me want French toast too haha

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  9. sSeriously? This looks like my dream coffee ever!!!!!!

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  10. Not only are the interiors beautiful, but the food looks so good too!

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  11. Great post. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Japanese coffee shops are always so quaint and I love how authentically local this one is! Your posts always make me want to go to Japan again so much!

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  14. Stunning photos!

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