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Kabuki is a sophisticated cafe in Tokyo where you can have a relaxing time with their special coffee and chocolate.

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Kabuki is a sophisticated cafe located in Shin Okachimachi where you can have an exquisite coffee time with delicious chocolate. The coffee they serve uses strictly selected coffee beans. The barista roasts beans with great respect towards the fertile land, manufacturers, and predecessors who made the coffee possible. As you sip, the complex aroma will flood your senses. The bittersweet chocolates at this cafe are simple but with a rich scent of cacao beans. Kabuki takes care of the whole process from purveying the cacao beans to manufacturing the bar of chocolate to realizing the best flavor and taste. The barista will choose a chocolate that matches the coffee according to your preference. You can also enjoy some other cakes and sweets. The relaxing coffee time at Kabuki will give you small happiness and pleasure. Once you visit, Kabuki is going to be your favorite hideaway cafe.
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Kabuki Phone Number

03-5809-3918

Kabuki Business Days

Sunday
09:00 AM
06:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM
05:00 PM
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM
06:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM
08:00 PM
Saturday
09:00 AM
08:00 PM

Kabuki Address

1-12-12 Misuji, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0055, Japan

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Over 14 million residents call Tokyo home. Functioning as Japan's economic and cultural center, it's no surprise the metropolis often appears at the top of travelers' bucket lists. Here, you can find everything from traditional tea houses to futuristic skyscrapers.
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