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Cafe Annteana (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

** Cafe Annteana underwent renovations in early Spring 2016 and is now a pancake cafe without a play space ** Cafe Annteana(カフェ・アンティーナ) in Daikanyama is another favorite baby and kid-friendly dining spot to escape the cold and rain. The interior is a delightful mix of elegant, vintage, shabby chic with …

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Daikanyama T-site (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Opened just last month, Daikanyama T-site is a low-rise complex of shops, eateries and a huge Tsutaya. This place is sure to attract a huge crowd due to the well-designed architecture, greenery, and places to shop, eat & socialize. Spend an afternoon shopping for music/books at Tsutaya, battery assisted bikes at Motovelo, specialty cameras, …

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Isshin Rice House (Daikanyama, Tokyo) – Traditional Japanese Cuisine

Isshin Rice House

Gohanya Isshin Daikanyama (ごはんや 一芯 代官山) is one of our favourite traditional Japanese restaurants, and hidden gems, to take friends visiting Tokyo. Located across the street from Kyu Asakura House and next to the Daikanyama Koban (Police Box), Gohanya Isshin sits hidden at the basement of a pale, yellow brick building. Walk …

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Tokyo One Day Itinerary: Daikanyama with Kids

Start your morning off at Ivy Place, one of our favorite breakfast spots on our list of Top Tokyo breakfast & brunch recommendations. Located in the stylish Daikanyama T-Site complex, Ivy Place opens daily from 7:00 a.m. and offers a variety of breakfast choices that change with the season. Patrons have …

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Tokyo with Kids Daikanyama / Ebisu / Nakameguro Area

The areas of Daikanyama, Ebisu and Nakameguro, are upscale and hip with winding streets and the cherry tree mecca of Meguro river. This area has a slight European ambiance with a slower pace than neighboring Shibuya. Fun neighborhoods that have surged in popularity the last 15 years with many cafes, …

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Three Twins Organic Ice Cream Shop (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Three Twins Organic

Three Twins Organic is a Californian-born ice cream shop that offers 11 different flavours of natural ice cream without artificial colourings, seasonings and preservatives. Popular flavors are Madagascar Vanilla, the sweet-and-sour blend of orange and chocolate named Chocolate Orange Confetti, and the San Francisco fave, Sea Salt Caramel. They also carry lemon cookie, mint …

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Hacienda Del Cielo Modern Mexicano (Daikanyama, TokyoI)

I had a sudden urge for Mexican and tried lunch at Hacienda Del Cielo (アシエンダ デル シエロ) in Daikanyama. The place is lively and beautifully put together. Lofty ceilings with floor to ceiling windows, lounge-like seating, and a beautiful and spacious rooftop terrace with views of Tokyo. The perfect atmosphere …

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Grill Burger Club Sasa (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Grill Burger Club Sasa in Daikanyama is popular with the local hipster crowd. They serve 100% wagyu beef burgers in whole wheat buns, soups, salads, sandwiches and hot dogs. Burgers come in S/M/L (80g, 100g and 125g respectively) and a kids lunch set is available.   This was one of my favorite places to eat …

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Green Cafe (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Located at the entrance of Saigoyama Park is a quaint little cafe serving a menu of kids items, Japanese food, desserts, drinks and spirits – Green Cafe, Daikanyama. Patrons can enjoy a leisurely lunch in their open dining room or on their pet-friendly terrace. Kids are welcome to read a selection of Japanese children`s …

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Saigoyama Park (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Saigoyama Park (西郷山公園) is a hilltop park a 10 minute walk from Daikanyama Station. Frequented by local residents it`s popular for picnicking, taking leisurely strolls, and watching the sunset. Saigoyama Park, Daikanyama It offers an unobstructed overhead view of the Nakameguro Area, Sakura blossoms in Spring, beautifully manicured flowers and greens …

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Kyu Asakura House (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

The Kyu Asakura House (旧朝倉家住宅, the literal translation is Old Asakura House) is a gem hidden in central Daikanyama, Shibuya-ku. I stumbled upon it the other day on my way from Ebisu to Nakameguro, and some magical force pulled me inside to discover this Important Cultural Property. If you enjoy …

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La Fuente 2F (Daikanyama, Tokyo) – Baby and Kids Clothing & Accessories

La Fuente Daikanyama

UPDATE: May 2018 the La Fuente building will close it’s doors mid July 2018 for building renovations. Shopping for baby or your kids? Visit the 2nd floor of the La Fuente Building in Daikanyama. La Fuente Daikanyama 2F(ラ・フェンテ代官山)carries a number of Japanese and Internationally branded infant and childrens` clothing goods …

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Rosalie (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

**November/2015 UPDATE: Rosalie is now GlouGlou Reefer Cafe. Completely remodeled, but still child-friendly, with take out options. Rosalie (ロサリー)is a cute Parisian-styled cafe located on the second floor of Maison de Reefur. The cafe opened in April 2012 by Rinka, a famous fashion model in Japan. The restaurant is frequented by …

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Salvatore Cuomo Bros (Daikanyama, Tokyo) – Italian Buffet & Green Terrace

Salvatore Cuomo Bros

*** JULY 2018 UPDATE: XEX CLOSED for BUILDING RECONSTRUCTION *** Located on the rooftop of the popular baby and kids` product mall, La Fuente, XEX Daikanyama (ゼックス 代官山) offers a unique international dining experience. Enjoy Italian dining at Salvatore Cuomo Bros, fresh sushi at Aburiyaki & Sushi An, and cocktails at their New York …

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Cedros (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

If you love seafood, miss the US West Coast and want a cozy place for a great date night try Cedros. Hubby and I had a wonderful dinner the other night and loved the food, craft beer and unique wine selection at Cedros.  The service was excellent and entire environment …

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Baby-friendly cafe – Chano-ma (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Chano-ma in Daikanyama (also known as chano-mama) is designed like a contemporary Japanese living room themed on the colour white, with large windows on one side of the café. It`s popular spot for for new moms and little babies. The home-style cooking centred menu offers pastas, curries, rice dishes and desserts. …

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Bimi Yamucha (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Bimi Yamucha (美味飲茶酒楼) in Daikanyama is one of our families favourite baby friendly Chinese Cantonese restaurants in Tokyo. The interior is upscale with a relaxing atmosphere. Child-friendly and a nice place to satisfy your Chinese Food cravings. There is bench, table & private room seating available. Their main menu is in English …

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Aburiyaki Sushi An, XEX (Daikanyama, Tokyo) – Shared Terrace

Aburiyaki Sushi An

*** JULY 2018 UPDATE: XEX CLOSED for BUILDING RECONSTRUCTION *** It`s a rarity in Tokyo to dine and be served with different cuisines from two excellent restaurants. XEX Daikanyama does just that. Located on the rooftop of the popular baby and kids` product mall, La Fuente, XEX Daikanyama (ゼックス 代官山) offers a unique international …

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Toms Sandwich (Daikanyama , Tokyo)- Hearty & Homemade Sandwiches

Toms Sandwich is a family-owned and operated sandwich shop that has been around for over 40 years (since June 28, 1973). Located in the Hillside Terrace, kitty-corner from Daikanyama T-site, it`s a cozy place with an open kitchen, a large glass window view of nature and picnic bench-like seating. It offers …

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La Boutique Le Cordon Bleu (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

La Boutique Cafe Le Cordon Bleu (ラ・ブティック カフェ – ル・コルドン・ブルー) is the perfect spot to enjoy a tea break. They offer a wide assortment of deli foods, croissants, baguettes, French breads, cakes and spirits. My son and I were in the neighborhood and had always walked by but we never went in. Since it …

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Shutters (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Shutters in Daikanyama serves deliciously tender soy sauce or salt and pepper flavored ribs as well as curry, pasta, salad & dessert. Located in the basement of the La Fuente baby and kids clothing mall in Daikanyama it`s a great spot to have lunch after a day of shopping. We especially like …

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