Nozy Coffee’s original neighbourhood shop at Sangenjaya, Setagaya Ward serving single origin coffee roasts.
Light Up Coffee in Kichijoji opened in 2014 and roasts single origin beans. Also home of the 2016 Japan AeroPress Champion, Takayuki Miyazaki.
A community-oriented cafe located in a co-working space, Impact Hub Tokyo, in Meguro serving a variety of independent Japanese coffee roasters.
Coloso Coffee from Oakland, California has a Tokyo branch in Harajuku serving beans from Portland’s Heart Roasters.
Cafe 634 is located in Higashi Ginza, between the popular areas of Tsukiji and Ginza in Tokyo. Serves locally roasted beans and lunches.
An unlikely remote working friendly burger restaurant in Shinjuku with plugs, free Wi-Fi and lots of seats.
A Showa Era kissaten (Japanese coffeehouse) right outside Omoideyokocho (Yakitori Alley) in Shinjuku.
Independent coffee roaster Amameria Espresso is located at Musashi Koyama Station, Shinagawa Ward in Tokyo. They offer a variety of beans on a lighter roasting scale.
The Oyamadai branch of the award-winning cafe Maruyama Coffee. Maruyama Coffee’s team have taken home Japan Barista Championship titles for 5 years in various divisions.
The UFS concept cafe, Mellow Brown Coffee has a spacious home-style space with a pancake menu, single-origin coffee beans and espresso options.