After having brunch at Mercer Cafe with Miss E, we decided to walk to Roppongi Midtown since it was only 3 mins away. I usually end up having coffee at Dean & Deluca or Starbucks when I go to Midtown but this time we decided to walk around and explore the upper floors since we never do that. On the 3rd floor, we noticed that one of the interior design stores I like, IDEE SHOP was there. We walked in and noticed that there was a cafe attached to the shop in the back! With excitement, we decided to tea there since it had such a nice open space with balcony seating. We were happy that the smoking and non-smoking section was divided too. Miss E got the herbal tea and I got a latte that came in a cute mug. This cafe is totally a hidden gem, lets see how long we can keep this place a secret :)

Address // Midtown Galleria 3F, 9-7-4, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-5413-3454
Website // http://www.idee.co.jp/shop/tmd/


8 comments on “IDEE CAFE PARC

  1. Photos are getting nicer! and nice companion! :D

    yf on
    • Thanks yf! I’m making an effort to carry my heavy DSLR when I dine lately… :)

      maki on
  2. What a great find! I love the shots of the architecture. I just stumbled across your blog and now I can’t wait for my next trip up to Tokyo. Beautiful pictures and some great posts of places I haven’t seen “reviewed” elsewhere. I’ll be faithfully reading from now on!

    Mandy on
    • Thank you Mandy! Hope you have a chance to try some of these spots on your next visit..!

      maki on
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  4. Yes! This is a hidden treasure.

    scott on
  5. I am in love with your blog!! Very nice insights and places you have been to~ As for my birthday this week, I will try one of the places you have visited. Thanks a lot!! I am also happy you are writing in English and not in Japanese! Thank youuuu :)

    Sunshine on
    • Thank you & you’re welcome!

      maki on

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