Tokyo is a city going through a pretty large third wave coffee revolution, thanks in a large part to hidden coffee corners like this. Tucked into a triangular space, this predominantly standing-only café fits about five customers at a time, but that doesn’t hinder its popularity. Velvety lattes, single-origin drip coffee and perfectly roasted take-home beans are its forte. The interior is understated in the cosiest way, a shelf of vinyl records take up nearly one fifth of the interior. Grab your coffee to go and linger outside, across from Yoyogi Park, just like the locals.
Little Nap Coffee StandAcross from Yoyogi Park, this laid-back corner is one of Tokyo’s caffeinated gems
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