A sustainable-themed café/restaurant designed by the famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, KAWA KITCHEN, has opened on 1st February in Kuramae, Tokyo. Not only can you enjoy the aesthetics, but the café also serves food that accommodates diverse dietary like halal, vegan, gluten-free, and flexitarian.
Close to Asakusa, Kuramae is known as the ‘Brooklyn of Tokyo’, with its modern and fashionable cafés/stores, while still maintaining the atmosphere of a traditional Japanese downtown area. If you’re a café hopper, make sure to drop by!
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