Café Kitsuné is one Parisian name that comes to mind whenever the Parisian cafe scene is discussed. And yes, it is by Kitsuné, the French music record label and fashion label with the iconic fox logo.
Café Kitsuné Paris is easily one of the prettiest cafes in Paris. And Café Kitsuné is now in Tokyo too. Of course, it ain’t looking too shabby.
Here’s a peek into the quaint outpost in Tokyo that you totally have to include for your next cafe-hopping in Tokyo, Japan.
Café Kitsuné Tokyo is situated conveniently in Aoyama, just around the corner of Omotesando station. It hasn’t been too long since its arrival to Tokyo but the hype isn’t about to die. Yet.
The Japanese outpost has seats both indoor and outdoor—all bearing Japanese influences such as fusuma sliding doors and tatami. Its iconic photo spot is that one table in the outdoor, with bamboo poles forming a backdrop of sorts and the huge ‘Café Kitsuné’ signage.
At Café Kitsuné, there is no second doubt. Go for the Matcha Latte. That is what they are known for. But do know that Café Kitsuné’s rendition is a less-sweet one, with slight bitter after notes—but this only means quality matcha powder is used for every cuppa.
You might need to take note of the minimum order per person at Café Kitsuné Tokyo—at least a drink each in order to get a table and to sit around.
Café Kitsuné Tokyo
3 Chome-17-1 Minamiaoyama, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan
Tel: +81 3 5786 4842
Daily: 9am – 7pm
Nearest Station: Omotesando