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All reviews brunch french toast parfait rice beautiful flowers omotesando station hanging plants edible flowers variety of teas delicious tea wait for a table minute wait at lunchtime lunch time green tea nice atmosphere florist
Got there at around noon, lunch time and there was a line of about 10 people, maybe. Waited for 45 minutes to be seated. The eating area is of an ok size, small tables though. They have tables and a counter facing the window with...More
Despite the underwhelming photography, the mince & rice dish I had was fantastic. Super tasty and the first time I’ve ever encountered hot avocado with an egg poached in it.
The cafe itself is gorgeous with flowers everywhere.
We came here twice and in our 4 days in Tokyo. Love the food and ambience. The staff really took pride in preparing the meal as well as decorating the place. Did not get any flowers as we did not want to bring any home....More
We took the train to Omotesando Station - using the A4 exit. It was a beautiful cafe, part of a florist.
The fresh scent of roses and other flowers filled the air. It was a setting amidst a cafe garden - leaves and flowers surrounding...More
Arrived on a rainy Sunday afternoon and lined up outside. Sign at the entrance quoted a 30 minute wait. We waited on line for 40 minutes. The line didn’t budge at all. I don’t think even a single party ahead of us was seated in...More
I love this place and I couldn't help but to spam my social media acct with photos from Aoyama Flower Market! This season's theme is Autumn Roses. Was there 30min before opening hours so we were second in line. There was already quite a queue...More
The tea house is located in the back of the flower shop. We went there around 5 pm and we didn’t had to wait for a table. We’ve passed the restaurants a few times during lunch and people were queuing up outside the restaurant, so...More
Oh my, I dreamt of going there, saw the pictures and loved it immediately. It’s quite small, the seatings are not that many (by Japanese standards). It was really beautiful. We had two sodas, the mint one and the rose one. The rose soda was...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.