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A green park-like oasis in the middle of the city: SHARE GREEN MINAMI AOYAMA

Located in the middle of the artsy and chic Aoyama area, you’ll find the huge Aoyama Cemetery, which by the way houses many historic graves of foreigners. Who would have thought that one of the latest, trendiest cafe spots was hiding in this green and quiet neighborhood? Welcome to “SHARE GREEN MINAMI AOYAMA”!

Go green!

“SHARE GREEN MINAMI AOYAMA” is a large site that combines a cafe, two plant shops, a lawn area, and a relaxing area with outdoor chaise longues and tables.

The place is like an open green space with convenient seating and relaxing chaise longues!

The cafe is located in a big warehouse. This is also where the coffee beans are roasted, so it smells very good! Don’t forget to check the website for music and yoga events! A lot of fun events are held at the warehouse or on the lawn area.

The Warehouse with the environment-friendly cafe “Little Darling Coffee Roaster”

The coffee you get a “Little Darling Coffee Roaster” coffee is on the higher acidic side. The stylish cafe also offers stylish drinks such as almond milk latte.

Environment-friendly paper straws

Coffee, sweets, and snacks bought at the cafe can be enjoyed inside and outside. The outdoor table seating area is the perfect location for nice weather!

The whole area is full of great photo spots! Wherever you go, wherever you stand, everything will look super cute!

Buy a plant!

Surrounded by fresh greenery, I felt a strong urge to buy a plant for my house. The two flower shops on the premises offer a variety of indoor and outdoor greens, including beautiful flowers, rare dried flowers, cacti, and stylish flower pots.

They do sell other things than living plants. How about these beautiful souvenirs!

If you want to relax in a quiet park-like space with great coffee and food – head to SHARE GREEN MINAMI AOYAMA!

I bought a cactus!


1-12-32 Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/81UqbxmF928dCohw7
Nearest station: Aoyama-itchome Station, Nogizaka Station, Roppongi Station

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I was born and raised in Kiel/Germany. When I was 16 I came to Japan for the first time. I fell in love with this beautiful country, so I returned after my university graduation. Since then, I have been living in Tokyo - and I don't plan to change anything about that ;-) My hobbies are taking a stroll around the city, taking photos and drinking coffee.

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