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Nestled in the heart of Tokyo, Ivy Place is a captivating oasis that seamlessly blends nature, design, and culinary delights. Located in the vibrant Daikanyama neighborhood, this enchanting destination offers a respite from the bustling city streets, inviting visitors to indulge in a harmonious and tranquil ambiance.

As you step into Ivy Place, you are greeted by a picturesque scene of lush greenery, where ivy-clad walls, towering trees, and vibrant flowers create a captivating tapestry of natural beauty. The architecture effortlessly combines rustic charm with modern sophistication, featuring a blend of wooden accents, large glass windows, and open spaces that allow the surrounding nature to permeate every corner.

One of the standout features of Ivy Place is its spacious outdoor terrace, which provides a serene al fresco dining experience. Here, amidst a canopy of trees, visitors can savor delectable dishes crafted with a fusion of international flavors and locally sourced ingredients. Whether you crave a sumptuous brunch, a delightful afternoon tea, or an elegant dinner, Ivy Place offers a menu that caters to diverse palates and culinary preferences.

The interior of Ivy Place exudes a warm and inviting atmosphere, with its cozy seating areas, carefully curated decor, and an abundance of natural light streaming in. The attention to detail is evident, from the beautifully arranged floral displays to the tasteful selection of furniture and artwork. Whether you choose to unwind with a book and a cup of artisanal coffee, engage in conversation with friends, or find inspiration in the tranquil surroundings, Ivy Place provides a welcoming haven for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Beyond its culinary offerings, Ivy Place is also home to an assortment of boutique shops that celebrate craftsmanship, design, and unique finds. From fashion and accessories to homeware and artisanal goods, each store within Ivy Place offers a carefully curated selection that showcases the creativity and artistry of Tokyo’s design scene.

Ivy Place stands as a testament to Tokyo’s ability to harmoniously blend urban living with the serenity of nature. It serves as a gathering place for locals and visitors alike, offering a respite from the fast-paced city life while celebrating the cultural and culinary diversity that Tokyo has to offer. Whether you seek a tranquil escape, a gastronomic adventure, or simply a moment of inspiration, Ivy Place beckons you to immerse yourself in its enchanting embrace.




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  • Noah
    a month ago

    One of the best places to do work in Tokyo. Get here early if you want a free seat downstairs in the first building (the one w a Starbucks). If you want to pay for the share lounge upstairs it’s also pretty reasonable and my favorite plays to do work (but available for taking calls as well as designated quiet spaces). Tons of spaces and plenty of outlets. You also get free access to snacks and soft drinks with your admission. For a small additional charge you can also have free / unlimited beer or wine. Highly recommend this place if you’re a remote worker or in need of a place to hold a meeting.

  • Patricia Yoshioka
    Patricia Yoshioka
    a month ago

    One of the most beautiful bookstores in Tokyo is conveniently located and surrounded by green trees and cozy restaurants. It's a trendy place where artists and various brands display their art or products. There's a good choice of English books and magazines, and you can also enjoy Starbucks coffee here. I wish the working hours would go back to normal; they used to be open until 2 am, but now they close at 10 pm. It's one of my favorite places to chill and invite friends to have a relaxing time while having a meal or just a coffee.

  • Yoong Hwee See
    Yoong Hwee See
    in the last week

    Within Daikanyama, there is a small enclave @daikanyama_t_site which house some lifestyle shops, Starbucks reserves and @daikanyama.tsutaya . Must visit the book store, good architecture and interior design, very stylish and very conducive for customers to enjoy the space. No photos in the book store though.

  • Wendy Tay
    Wendy Tay
    2 months ago

    If you have an idea of the labels you like and keen to do some thrift-shopping (good quality) and fancy cafes, Daikanyama and Nakameguro are perfect to stroll along.

  • Gary Jelks
    Gary Jelks
    3 months ago

    An amazing bookshop just a 20 minute walk from Shibuya station. There are books, gifts and stationery over three buildings and 3 floors. The English language section is expectedly small, but the quality of these books is good. Tax free shopping is available for tourists. Sadly, you cannot take photos inside the shop.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 07:00 - 10:45
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 10:45
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 10:45
  • Thursday 07:00 - 10:45
  • Friday 07:00 - 10:45
  • Saturday 07:00 - 10:45
  • Sunday 07:00 - 10:45