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Aoyama Flower Market Tea House, Tokyo | © City Foodsters/Flickr
Aoyama Flower Market Tea House, Tokyo | © City Foodsters/Flickr
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The Most Instagrammable Cafés in Tokyo

Picture of Alicia Joy
Tokyo Writer
Updated: 5 September 2017
Get your cameras ready – from edible espresso cups and colorful donuts to lush backdrops and stylish décor, these are the most Instagram-worthy cafés in Tokyo.

Brick Lane

Cafe, Coffee Shop, Japanese, none
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Brick Lane in Setagaya is a coffeehouse, gallery, and shop. The minimalist décor allows their visitors to focus on their delicious baked treats and seasonal drink offerings.
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Cafe Kitsune

Cafe, Coffee Shop, Japanese, none
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Cafe Kitsune’s signature fox cookies are a sweet addition to your afternoon coffee. Built inside a renovated antique Japanese-style home, the café itself is just as photogenic as its menu offerings.
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Aoyama Flower Market Tea House

Cafe, Japanese, none
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This unique café does a good job of making patrons feel like they’re taking tea in an outdoor garden. With living garden beds at each table and a bouquet of flowery drinks to choose from, it’s almost impossible to take a bad photo at Aoyama Flower Market Tea House.
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Canvas

Cafe, Japanese, none
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With its stylish interior and artistic inclinations, Canvas has quickly become an Instagram favorite. The healthy Nico brand donuts made from soy are the star menu item. Find this café in the upscale Hiroo neighborhood of Shibuya.
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W/O Stand

Cafe, Japanese, $$$
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Find W/O Stand in the hip Shimokitazawa neighborhood. This café came to Tokyo from Kobe, bringing its unique look, industrial interior, and innovative menu with it.
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