Organic Cafe LuLu (オーガニックカフェ ルル) in Kiba is a parents` dream cafe. This bright and airy space serves only organic meals (all dairy and egg free) prepared by licensed nutritionists, houses a large selection of children`s books – both in English and Japanese, wooden play house with foosball table, wooden train table & set, play kitchen, comfy chairs and a cozy corner for reading.
The interior is spacious with high ceilings, modern lighting, wood furniture, and the floor covered with artificial grass soft to touch – perfect for crawlers and early walkers. Bumbo seats and high chairs are plentiful, and they have a family-friendly washroom with a child-sized urinal and toilet. Parents find it easy to spend a few hours here.
They offer adults three lunch sets which come with rice, soup, vegetables, your choice of a main and a beverage (2040 yen each). Their special perfect balanced set which comes with two mains, rice, soup, vegetable, beverage and dessert (2550 yen). The kids lunch menu comes with either a balanced set with the above mentioned or noodles (using organic flour) and vegetables for 1200 yen a plate (the dish is 1500 yen if the parent/guardian does not order a lunch set).
They ask that you do not bring in your own food. If you have an infant they provide a special meal for your baby which comes with organic rice or noodles, simmered fish and vegetables for 500 yen (1000 yen if the parent does not order a meal). Let them know your infant`s age and they will prepare it accordingly. Organic goods sold near their register.
Located across the street is the large, green park, Kiba Park and a short distance away is the Modern Museum of Contemporary Art. Organic Cafe Lulu, the park and/or the museum is the perfect itinerary for a healthy and fun kid-friendly day.
Organic Cafe Lulu Details:
Address: 5-6-30 Kiba, Koto-ku, Tokyo (東京都江東区木場5-6-30)
Business hours:Mon-Fri: 11:00 – 18:30 (L.O 17:30) Saturday : 9:30 – 18:30(L.O 17:30); Closed Sunday & Holidays
Access: 3-min walk from Kiba Station
Notes: Diaper changing table and free wifi available. Look for ゲストネットワーク. Arts and crafts, cooking and yoga workshops are offered on Saturdays.
Here are other recommenced shopping locations for great groceries in Japan
Sakana no Bacca (Nakameguro) for the best fish in town.
Don Quijote Platinum (Shirogane) for the best Japanese beef (not joking, there is an amazing butcher shop in the back of the first floor)
Offline Organic Stores – Tokyo Organic Stores
Online Organic Shopping – Our recommended Japan based organic shopping resources
Recommended Organic Restaurants and Cafes
Organic Cafe Lulu – Reading Cafe and Play Space
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