This post is specially for all coffee lovers! If you enjoy going to cafes and relaxing, why not try these places where the most creative latte art can be found. And it's definitely unlike anything you've ever seen before, not just in 2D (flat coffee art) but now in 3D (using milk froth to create art popping out of the coffee) as well. This will make exciting instagram posts, or be the highlight of your journey. So if you're a coffee enthusiast, check these places out!
This cafe is located in the Shibuya area and is open from 10am to 6pm every day. They have an all-you-can-drink menu and offer several other individual items. The cafe is a very stylish and comfortable place where a mixture of 2D and 3D art can be enjoyed. However, Reissue is best known for its unique latte 3D art that everybody has to talk about. Check out this latte art by artist Kohei Matsuno inspired from a well-known Japanese character Totoro and a Shiba Inu.
If you have time and want to experience something different, this is the perfect place to go. *Your orders may take some time to arrive, so please keep that in mind if you decide to go. You can either order a general design or place a request, but make sure that the artist has a reference picture to use.
Reissue is definitely Tokyo's most popular latte art cafe, so make sure you add it to your things to do!
Kohei Matsuno is a very talented artist known for his unbelievably kawaii latte art. He is also the owner of the recently opened Hat Coffee that promises some of the most delicious looking lattes. The cafe is open from 10am to 8pm, is a 3-minute walk from the Kuramae station in Oedo line and has a very modern chic layout.
Check out Kohei Matsuno’s instagram https://www.instagram.com/latte_stagram/ for more latte designs and Hat Coffee’s instagram https://www.instagram.com/hat_coffee/ for more information about the cafe.
This cafe serves beverages and light meals; along with Macchi-art made from Nissan cars or your own original designs using cutting-edge technology and delicious cold press sodas that can only be tasted in the cafe.You can see the ginza crossing from the cafe as well, so you might end up spending a few hours here.
The cafe is open everyday from 10am to 8pm and is located in the Ginza area.You can choose from iced or hot; a regular latte, matcha latte or for kids a hot chocolate for about 500 yen. They also offer 3 cold press sodas flavors for about 700 yen and sometimes limited menu items.
They're open from 11am to 8pm on weekdays and from 11am to 7pm on weekends. Panda coffee is located in the Suginami area and is an all-panda kawaii cafe! Along with other delicious food items, you can find panda latte art and panda biscuits.
It is open from 11am to 8pm every day except on Tuesdays, and it is open from 10am to 7pm on Sundays. Located in the Suginami area, Penguin Cafe has a very relaxing atmosphere. Their kawaii penguin latte art and the totally delightful taste of their beverages are well known.
They hold an 'Aibo Land' event every Sunday from 10am to 12pm where Aibo dog owners (manufactured by Sony) have the opportunity to interact with their robotic pet and other robotic pets. This becomes a great event for regular customers to watch and enjoy as well.
See any cafes that you just have to visit? What kind of characters would you love to make into a latte? Or perhaps you'd prefer your pet or your own face? There's so many options, I'm sure you'd be able to find your perfect drink!
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