COFFEE SHOP I am not exactly a big coffee enthusiast. I drink 2 cups of lattes a day and its usually from my nespresso machine, but this little vintage coffee shop deserves a place in my blog.
No, it’s not a branch of the famous Milan Italian restaurant, it’s a pastry shop and the pastries in this cute cozy cake shop will definitely take you over the moon.
While strolling through Ginza yesterday, I stumbled upon this cute little bakery in an alley behind the Paul Start store. By the time I wrote this post, the name of the place became lost to me. I just could not place it. Something with bread? With heart ? But I remember there being something antique…
Sitting beside a large body of water in the Iidabashi area of Tokyo or also known as the “French Quarter”, this cafe is the perfect place to spend a glorious spring afternoon.
AFTERNOON COFFEE IN HARAJUKU This is the first time I ever tried this little cafe nestled behind the famed La Foret building in Harajuku. It feels like you are sitting in a little cosy glass house with its windows that almost go up to the ceiling.