cafes

Move over revolving sushi – Japanese cafe floats desserts to you on a beautiful river counter!

Eatery delivers sweets, drinks with the elegant cooperation of flowing water.

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Cafe in Japan will hook diners up with a virtual girlfriend to keep them company while they eat

Virtual idol Hatsune Miku takes time out from her busy schedule to sit down for some sweets in augmented reality event.

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Tokyo cafe’s rainbow cheesecake is only the beginning of its crazily awesome dessert lineup

Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.

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New Kyoto Starbucks has the beauty, historical pedigree to be a sightseeing attraction itself

Century-old teahouse starts new life with tatami floors, zabuton cushions for customers.

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Why wait for the Shamrock Shake when Japanese cafe chain has awesome mint choco shakes right now?

Sorry, McDonald’s, but no way are we waiting until March for our mint dessert drink fix.

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Looking for a job in Japan? New “Sugoi Kawaii” maid cafe in Akihabara now hiring foreigners!

As long as you fill certain requirements, you too can be a maid in Japan.

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Starbucks Japan releases matcha scones and doughnuts with their new matcha Frappuccino

Come with us as we eat and drink our way through the newest green tea treats from Starbucks.

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Japan travel tip: Skip Nagoya hotel breakfast, hit up one of the town’s awesome morning buffets

Get a jump on the day by eating like a local at the all-you-can eat baked goods buffets of the city’s cafes.

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Tokyo cafe’s Sailor Moon cakes will have your mouth watering whether you’re an anime fan or not

All five Inner Senshi are represented in tie-up with magical girl franchise.

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Tokyo Ghoul anime cafe opening in Tokyo, to the joy of ghoulish gourmands

Eat like an undead and indulge in a little light cosplay at this limited-time cafe celebrating the upcoming Tokyo Ghoul franchise.

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Coffee shop that exists out of time found in Osaka, has super cheap pancakes!

Although bleak and scary on the outside, on the inside Maruya is the epitome of reliability and value.

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Crazy Japanese cafe’s honey toast desserts are nearly a foot and a half of sweet bliss【Photos】

This part of Japan is often overlooked by foodies, but ironically it’s hard to see over these towering desserts.

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We visit a Maths Cafe in Japan and discover an adorable icy polar bear dessert

Mathematics and cute desserts go hand-in-hand at this unusual cafe in Japan.

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Here’s your handy Japanese Frappuccino reference chart to help you pick what to have at Starbucks

Can’t decide between all of the different Starbucks Frappuccino in Japan? We’re here to help!

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Sanrio’s Kero Kero Keroppi hops into restaurant biz with character cafe in Japan! 【Photos】

Hello Kitty’s frog buddy sits with lonely diners, entices with adorable, delicious food and drinks.

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Häagen-Dazs Bakery opens in Tokyo, and its baked goods are so good

In a country filled with great bakeries, you’ve got to do something special to stand out, and this shop/cafe in downtown Tokyo does just that.

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New makeup-free cafe set to open in Tokyo next month

The staff at this cafe are dedicated to promoting the concept of natural beauty and spreading the no-makeup trend around Japan.

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New sleep cafe opens in Japan, offers free coffee and luxurious naps to visitors

Now you can nap in a $9,000 bed and enjoy mood lighting and soothing music with your coffee for a limited time in Tokyo.

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Häagen-Dazs opening sophisticated ice cream lounge in Tokyo’s Jingumae neighborhood

Pop-up cafe caters to fans of mature aesthetics and sweet treats with customizable desserts served in cocktail glasses.

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Tully’s Japan reveals new lineup of sakura cherry blossom beverages, sweets and drinkware

Move over Starbucks – there’s another coffeehouse in Tokyo adding a dazzling range of cherry blossom treats to their menu.

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