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Grab a drink and sit upstairs at the window seats to get a good view of Ginza below. Drinks are lovely, soya options for dairy free needs and really well priced for the location (circa £4 for a latte). Food options a little limited which...More
There is no doubt that Cafe Doutor has a great location on the main drag at Ginza. I had a blood orange juice, a cappuccino and a ham and cheese sandwich. All were excellent. I was particularly impressed by the quality and attitude of the...More
Nicely located coffee shop front of Ginza. The place is in round glassed building and has a nice place to sit drinking coffee with cake but the price is expensive due to in one of exclusive location in Tokyo.
Brilliantly located coffee shop right on the main intersection at Ginza opposite Mitsukoshi Department Store and the Waco Building.
This coffee shop is in a round glassed building and offers a really nice place to sit and enjoy the intersection while sipping tea of coffee...More
Normally I always try to avoid this specific Doutor shop since it is far too expensive. The coffee and pastry is OK though but really overprized if you ask me. I understand that the location is the cause of this being situated on one of...More
Given the choice, I'd chosen Strabucks over Doutor but the location of this cafe is hard to resist. Located in Sanai Building right at the busiest intersection of Ginza - the other 3 buildings being Nissan Crossing, Wako and Mitsukoshi (Isetan) - we managed to...More
We entered this coffee shop not knowing what to expect, but liked the cakes they displayed, which turned out to be a "thousand layer" cake made from dozens of layers of very thin pancake with liberal amount of whipped cream between the layers - sinful...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular