Tokyo Café, a Concept of Modern Japanese Culture

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VENTUROLOGY has this side of a café-aholic that you might have known. I am in love with new coffee shop places, maybe around my base Saigon or other cities I have been to. Thus, I try to blog them as often as I can. During my trip to Japan in April, we were exposed to this new concept of café: Tokyo café.

What is a Tokyo café?

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I hadn’t noticed the Tokyo café concept until 2 months ago having been exposed to the concept right in Saigon. It was plain coincidence. My friend, who is also a writer for this VENTUROLOGY.ORG works for a famous Japanese restaurant chain in Saigon, invited me for a food tasting for the first Tokyo café concept in town.

During their presentation, my thought popped up: “Oh, I know this.”

Basically, a Tokyo café is a conceptual term for café that hold these qualities and features:

  • Minimal & modern interior…

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