Debonair waiters sport Brylcreemed hair, starched white shirts and bow ties, while the waitresses wear full length aprons and white stockings. Take a seat by the polished wood counter and reminisce with the waiter while sipping the hand grounded and filtered coffee, it is like time had stopped in the 1920s. Likewise the menu is largely unchanged, with omelette, tomato and cucumber sandwiches, served on white bread without crust, or strawberry jam crepes with whipped cream, all for less than ¥1000.
In Mishima at the head of the Izu Peninsula in Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, Pasteria Chichukai is a friendly, down-to-earth Italian restaurant with a wide range of affordable dishes.
In Tokyo's anime Akihabara district, Tsukiji Sushigen Headquarters is a restaurant where you can indulge in fresh sushi or tempura, allowing you experience authentic Japanese cuisine without spending much,
In the century since Sagano-yu was built as a public bath in 1923, it had been a popular spot for the locals. As time passed and people's lifestyles changed and diversified, Sagano-yu shut it doors for what seemed to be the last time in 2004. However, those same doors reopened to the public as a newly renovated, modern cafe and is currently enjoying a renewed popularity.
Not your average Pancakes. Rainbow Pancake is all the kawaii and all the taste!
Start your trip or end your journey in Osaka with a cup of nice coffee and delicious bagel. Situated near one of Umeda Station’s northern exits, the calming atmosphere of the coffee place soothes frayed minds.with its warm brown and maroon interior, and the lovely aroma of Italian coffee.
Shuzenji's Marukyu Ryokan serves delicious, traditional Japanese meals containing a selection of ever-changing items, depending on what is fresh and in season.
Casual organic cafe in FANCL’s Ginza building offers healthy and vegetarian lunch specials with salad bar, main dish and rooibos tea.