24 Hours Cafe in the center of Tokyo. Located close to the Imperial Palace, ideal for joggers. A unique cafe with a global atmosphere Welcoming over 30,000 guests from over 100 different countries every year, Sakura Cafe is always alive with the constant flow of different languages. International Cuisine, International Teas, International Beers.
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Matt Warrena week ago
An article about best places to get breakfast in Akibahara led me to this quiet little cafe tucked between the high rises. The buffet style fare is fair, but not great and definitely not best. For about 400 yen you'll be able to get some toast, jam, and coffee. For a bit more they offer scrambled eggs and pastries, and I believe if you go for their made to order drinks you'll be pleasantly surprised by flavors offered. It's a good value meal but if you're searching for something more savory, you'll find it further down the road.
luntiang pentakulo4 years ago
A small cafe in the first floor of a hotel located in a relatively obscure place in the middle of the city. If you're dining, you can get a menu from the counter and decide at your seat. All orders are made at the counter, and you have to return the dishes when you're done. The food menu had lots of choices from many countries and they have the most international beer selections I've seen. They have an all-you-can-drink softdrink menu, a few seats outside, free Wi-Fi and they accept credit cards.
Vincent Tang3 years ago
Price for the food was very reasonable and the place was a bit cozy overall (there were only 2 other groups beside mine) it was around 8:30 PM. Two poutines, fried rice and pizza totaled 2400 Yen. Would reccommend this place for those who want a cheap eat from international cuisines.
Curtis Nicholas3 years ago
An excellent little café and guesthouse in a quiet--but easily accessible--Tokyo neighborhood: only a short walk from the Jimbocho subway station. The staff here is extremely friendly; most of them are multilingual, proficient in English, and always eager to help improve your Tokyo experience. There are many promotional deals available at the front desk, including the very handy 24/48/72 hour unlimited Tokyo metro passes, which guests can purchase. The room accommodations are practical and efficient. Private semi-double rooms are available to travelling couples. Bunk bed dormitory rooms are great for friend groups and families. Each floor has free Wifi, shared washrooms, and clean toilets. The café on the first floor is 24hours for guests. They serve food up until 22:00 most nights. The menu is very eclectic with tasty international dishes and appetizers. There is also an impressive alcohol selection with beers from all over the world. The Sakura Café & Guesthouse is a great choice for hungry wanderers, solo travelers, couples, friends, or families. I highly recommend it.
farooq yehyaa month ago
This place is mentioned as Muslim Food friendly but it’s not. They have not updated themselves on google. No more halal food served.