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Pet-Friendly Cafes in Tokyo

By Margherita Sep 2, 2022

Do you love your dog but also miss going to cute and delicious cafes? Pet owners know how hard it can be in Japan to visit your favorite shops and restaurants with your furry friend.

The Essential List of Pet-Friendly Cafes in Tokyo

We have compiled a list of pet-friendly cafes in Tokyo for all pet owners stuck in this dilemma!

TOKAKU Coffee +

This hip coffee shop near Kiyosumi Garden in Koto specializes in Japanese-style drip coffee, with a range of 6 different types of beans you can choose from.

Their signature dessert is the Brazilian pudding, which is actually a Japanese-style pudding on top of a chocolate sponge cake, steamed together in the same mould.

Dogs are welcome inside – no Brazilian pudding for them, unfortunately!

Location: 3-1-3 Kiyosumi, Koto City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 10AM – 6PM

Kitasando Coffee

Kitasando Coffee is a cashless cafe located 3 minutes from Kitasando station in Shibuya ward.

The coffee shop offers a great variety of delicious and Instagram-worthy drinks, sandwiches, cookies and desserts. Enjoy them on the terrace outside, where furry friends are also welcome.

​​Location:  4−12−8 SSUビル 1F , Sendagaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 8AM – 6PM

Single O

Craving your early morning dose of caffeine on the eastern side of Tokyo? Look no further! Single O in Hamacho opens at 7.30 in the morning.

Single O was born in 2003 in Surry Hills in Sydney and opened its first roastery and a café in Tokyo in 2014. Dogs and pets can’t have caffeine, but we can still enjoy the nice summer weather in the terrace seats while sipping some good Australian roasts.

​​Location: 3−16−7 スプラウト日本橋浜町 1F, Nihonbashihama-cho, Chuo City,  Tokyo
Opening hours: 7:30 AM – 7 PM


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Day&Night in Shirokanedai is a cozy little cafe that has you covered at every moment of the day, from breakfast to dinner, and specializes in sandwiches made using organic vegetables, coffee, and bio wine. Dogs can be brought inside, even though they will probably end up wanting a bite of one of the delicious and generously filled sandwiches.

Location: 2-39-5 Ebisu, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 9:30 AM – 9 PM

Vaji Spice

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Vaji Spice is a cafe and restaurant in Sangubashi that combines delicious Indian thali plates and American desserts in a pet-friendly environment. The drink selection is also extensive, from coffee and tea to alcoholic beverages and Indian classics such as chai and lassi.

Pets are welcome inside, but there are also a few tables available outside to sit and enjoy the sunshine.

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They have dishes available for takeout too!

Location: 5-63-10 Yoyogi, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 11 AM – 8 PM (Friday 12 PM – 8 PM, Saturdays and Sundays 10 AM – 8PM)

Zenta Coffee

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Zenta Coffee is a cute little spot in Daikanyama with a small but great coffee and dessert selection. It’s especially worth stopping by on a Wednesday when they make their delicious canelé.

Pet-friendly terrace seats are available to enjoy your flat white with a slice of creamy vanilla cheesecake.

Location: 12−6 LOKOビル 1F Uguisudanicho, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Opening hours: Weekdays 11 AM – 7 PM (Closed on Mondays), 9 AM – 7 PM (Saturdays), 9 AM – 6 PM (Sundays)

Bondi Coffee Sandwiches

Bondi Coffee Sandwiches is a coffee and café shop that makes up part of Bondi Coffee, which has shops in Hiroo and Yoyogi Park.

Tomigaya, where this café is located, is an area that has become increasingly popular in recent years as part of “ura Shibuya,” meaning “hidden Shibuya.” The exotic exterior of the cafe is reminiscent of the cafes along Bondi Beach in Australia, especially with the warmth of natural wood and the use of blue and green. 

Since dogs are allowed on the terrace, many customers stop by on their way home from a walk around the area.

Location: 2-22-8 Tomigaya, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 7 AM – 7 PM 

Anea Cafe

Anea Cafe is probably one of the most popular pet-friendly cafes and is highly recommended by dog owners. Despite the fact that most of the clients come here to be able to have a meal with their dogs, the cafe is also appreciated for its modern interior and delicious meals. Open until late, Anea Cafe has five different locations in some of the lesser-known areas of the city: Sangubashi, Shirokanedai, Nakano Shinbashi, Matsumizaki, and Hatchobori.

Location: 5-3-8 Honcho, Nakano City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 11:30 AM – 12 AM 

Rad Bros Cafe

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Rad Bros Cafe in Koenji is particularly loved around the punky Suginami ward neighborhood for their decadent and creamy basque burnt cheesecake. The shop itself is quite small and very minimalistic, with immaculate simple white furniture. But, despite the very neat and surgical appearance, Rad Bros Cafe is super pet friendly, and dogs can be brought inside while waiting or enjoying a cup of coffee.

Location: 1-4-2 Koenjikita, Suginami City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 8:30 AM – 6 PM 

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Attic Room Ginza Amenite

Attic Room Ginza Amenite is a cafe with a nostalgic vibe in Ginza where not only can you share the table with your dog but also enjoy delicious, high-quality French cuisine.

This cafe is so dog-friendly that they also have specially prepared dishes for dogs on the menu and dog-shaped cookies as souvenirs!

Location: 1-9-12 西山興業東銀座ビル 5F, Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
Opening hours: 11:30 AM – 10:30 PM 

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