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Cafes with terrace seating near Tokyo Tower in the Shiba/Daimon area

The Shiba/Daimon area has several famous sightseeing spots such as Tokyo Tower, Zojoji Temple, and Shiba-Koen Park, a vast park where you can take a leisurely walk in nature. It’s also a great place to experience the four seasons in Japan.
If you get hungry while walking around, how about a visit to beautiful cafe with terrace seating nearby? Here are some of our favorite terrace cafes in the Shiba/Daimon area.

The most famous sightseeing spots in the Shiba/Daimon area are Tokyo Tower and Zojoji Temple.

Zojoji Temple seen from Tokyo Tower’s Observatory

The outdoor cafe with the most beautiful Tokyo Tower view in Tokyo!

Tokyo Prince Hotel

If you plan to dine at a restaurant with a fantastic Tokyo Tower view, we recommend Cafe & Bar Tower View Terrace at the Tokyo Prince Hotel!

Tokyo Tower is right in front of your eyes! You can spend a wonderful time on the terrace surrounded by greenery while gazing up at Tokyo Tower.

With enough space between the tables and sofa seatings on the terrace, you can sit comfortably and relax while feeling the sun shining on your skin.

When I visited the cafe, I ordered from the lunch menu. My lunch was quite voluminous and tasted fantastic thanks to the well-selected ingredients.

The tasty and very juicy “Japanese black wagyu beef and pork burger” will melt in your mouth!

Large cut french fries, ketchup, aromatic grain mustard, and colorful pickles

The “Hamburger steak plate set” is a menu full of variety. The set includes a big hamburger steak, sausage, a fresh salad, french fries, rice, an egg, and corn cream soupーeverything you could wish for in your lunch !

The “Pasta lunch set” of the day was seafood pasta. Irresistible for all seafood fans! Soup and a salad are also included in the set.

Cafe & Bar Tower View Terrace offers lunch and dinner, as well as limited-time menus and other great deals. The latter require a reservation in advance.


If you go in the evening, you can enjoy view of the illuminated Tokyo Tower. So which Tokyo Tower view do you choose? This terrace cafe is a warm recommendation regardless of the time of day!

Cafe & Bar Tower View Terrace

http://www.princehotels.co.jp/tokyo/restaurant/towerviewterrace/
Tokyo Prince Hotel 3F, 3-3-1 Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku Tokyo
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/d5vNAoeG7WYqzVDE6
Nearest Stations: Onarimon Station, Daimon Station, Hamamatsucho Station, Shibakoen Station, Kamiyacho Station


Visiting a healthy Belgian bakery & cafe

Le Pain Quotidien Shiba Park

Le Pain Quotidien Shiba Park is a bakery cafe that originated in Belgium. Inside the bakery, there is a shop space for organic bread, cakes, and jams by the entrance, with a restaurant in the back of the building. The cafe also has a dining terrace outside in front of the building.

Bakery corner

Not only their bread but also the desserts are very popular and we highly recommend them!

The food menu differs between the in-store restaurant and the terrace seating space. If you want to dine on the terrace, order something from the “terrace menu” or choose your favorite bread, pastries and drink from the bakery. After you have paid at the cash register, you can use the terrace in front of the building.

The terrace menu offers hot and cold casual dishes.

With various types of bread, from classic croissants and ham & cheese sandwiches to dessert pastries with berries or cakes, if you want you can enjoy a full meal with just delicious bread!

These are the bread and pastries we selected at the bakery.

How about a Belgian beer? Of course, the cafe has all sorts of coffee and refreshing special drinks, too!

Le Pain Quotidien is a delicious and no-fuzz cafe that suits various situations such as brunch, light lunch, and tea time. when taking a walk in the area, don’t forget to drop in!

Le Pain Quotidien Shiba Park Store

https://www.lepainquotidien.com/jp/ja/locations/Shibakoen/Shibakoen-3-3-1
3-3-1 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/gPbeA3ZEHV67Kpui9
Nearest Stations: Onarimon Station, Daimon Station, Hamamatsucho Station, Shibakoen 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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