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    Brunch, Japanese Breakfast

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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6,435 reviews
  • YL Chen
    YL Chen
    a month ago

    I'm so happy to visit one of the best bookstore in the world. Everything is just perfect. The atmosphere, the crowd and located in a very nice area. Also a very wide selection including foreign books and magazine in arts and design compared to the rest of the areas in Tokyo along with some expensive and nice to look at souvenirs.

  • Arkan
    a month ago

    A must-visit place in Tokyo whether you like books or not. This huge complex has it all: bookstore, cafes, restaurants, small art gallery, and a fancy Family Mart. A diverse range of books, with a great selection of English books. A really accessible site, suitable for a visit with friends or family. No wonder it is voted as one of the best bookstores in the world.

  • Pamela Asai
    Pamela Asai
    6 months ago

    If you've never been here, do yourself a favour and go next time you're in Tokyo. Voted amongst the best bookstores in the world, it's absolute heaven, even if you don't read Japanese. The French bakery next door, the dogs, the fashions, the coffee, the comfy chairs and many books in English. It's definitely the place to hang out on a sunday afternoon. Check out the art section which has expanded since we visited 3 years ago.

  • Miten Sampat
    Miten Sampat
    3 months ago

    probably the best bookstore in the world circa 2019 onwards. it is setup across three buildings, all interconnected elegantly to make spaces distinct for deep immersion. and a well run Starbucks inside adds to the charm. incredible lights (natural, and architectural) all over.

  • Al Anoud
    Al Anoud
    4 months ago

    Daikanyama is a nice neighborhood of Shibuya, but completely different ... More calm and cozy. T-Site is definitely the most interesting place to visit due to the great bookstores, nice restaurants ... You can spend a great afternoon here.

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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