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added on : January 28, 2019
Located at the Yoyogi Park end of Shibuya, Tomigaya is a low-key neighborhood with a stylish vibe and eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. The area has many chic cafes where you can enjoy great coffee. Here are two popular examples.
Fuglen's owner, a Norwegian, fell in love with Tomigaya, so he chose to open Fuglen's inaugural Tokyo branch in this neighborhood. Vintage furniture gives this cafe a homey ambiance. The fruity Nordic light roast coffee and Tomigaya Lemonade, an alcoholic cocktail exclusive to this branch, are must-tries. Fuglen operates as a bar at night and has another branch in Asakusa.
Camelback, which has two shops in Tomigaya, serves up gourmet sandwiches and coffee. It's known for its dark-roast espresso. Camelback's food offerings are a fusion of Japanese and Western ingredients. Its prosciutto and shiso (perilla), sardine, and Tokyo-style BLT sandwiches are best-sellers. Stop by for a chat with the friendly owners of this laid-back cafe.
|Address||1-16-11 Tomigaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo|
Mondays, Tuesdays: 8:00-22:00
Wednesdays, Thursdays: 8:00-1:00 (next day)
Fridays, Saturdays: 8:00-2:00 (next day)
Sundays: 9:00-0:00 (next day)
|Closing days||Open daily|
Yoyogi-koen Station | Exit 2 | 5 min on foot
Camelback Sandwich & Espresso: 42-2 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Camelback Rich Valley: 1-9-23 Tomigaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Yoyogi-koen Station | Exit 1 | 1-7 min on foot
Yoyogi-Hachiman Station | South Exit | 1-7 min on foot
|URL||CAMELBACK sandwich&espresso | Facebook (JPN)|