This is the bar/cefeteria of the Tokyo Station Hotel. First, it must be said that the menu is slightly overpriced. However, if you are at Tokyo station and have some time to spare before your departure, this is the place you want to go. The interiors are really of high standard. The style could be defined as a sort of "modern version of classical British cozyness, with a touch of luxury", at least in their Japanese interpretation. The whole station building is no-smoking, so if you're in need to puff, at the B1 floor there is a dedicated room. Beware of the elevator if you are in a hurry, because it is always busy. That said, the overly expensive coffee is not really worth the price, but the atmosphere somehow make it up for the just plain normal cup of caffeine. There are some light dishes on the menu, perhaps you may try these.
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