10 best cafes in Tokyo with WiFi and outlets for remote work and studying and more

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Are you looking for the best cafe in Tokyo that has WiFi and outlets for remote work and studying? Are you trying to find a cute cafe in Tokyo to meet with your friends, but haven’t found one yet? In this article, Smiles will introduce 10 aesthetically pleasing cafes in Tokyo, where you can not only enjoy mouthwatering food and drinks but also study or work. Plus, we found an extra set of 10 well-known cafes/diners that may be great for remote work, studying or just hanging out. Happy reading!

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10 best cafes in Tokyo for remote work and studying (hanging out, too)

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With a high-class and elegant space, Anjin is a cafe like no other. Anjin is located in the Daikanyama T-site complex in Tokyo, which is the only place in Japan to be voted as one of the 20 most beautiful bookstores in the world by Flavorwire. The highlight of Anjin is the walls filled with ancient eastern and western books. A sense of harmony comes from the combination of books, art, wine and warm lighting which will give you a high-class cafe experience in Tokyo. Anjin’s atmosphere is quite ideal for remote work, studying or just enjoying a good read.

eplus LIVING ROOM CAFE&DINING is both a cafe by day and an Italian bar by night. The cafe in Shibuya has six tabled areas to choose from, including indoor, outdoor and group meeting rooms, which makes it an ideal place for remote work and studying. From LIVING ROOM CAFE&DINING’s windows, you can see the vast, lively city of ​​Shibuya.

  • Power outlets: Available at some tables
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest station: Shibuya Station, Hachiko Exit (6-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: Shibuya Prime 5F 2-29-5 Dogenzaka, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0043
  • Website: https://livingroomcafe.jp/

The name, Caffice, comes from the word combination of “cafe” and “office.” Caffice is a perfect go-to cafe in Shinjuku whenever you need flexible working space. With a fast WiFi internet connection, power outlets everywhere and a clean atmosphere where you can easily focus, Caffice may be the ideal cafe in Tokyo for you.

  • Power outlets: Available at all tables
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest station: Shinjuku Sanchome Station, Exit E6 (7-minute walk), Shinjuku Station (3-minute walk)
  • Address: Shinnishi curumu Building 2F 4-2-23 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022
  • Website: http://caffice.jp/

For all morning, afternoon and evening coffee drinkers, Paul Bassett’s coffee will awaken your taste buds. Born in Australia, Paul Bassett became the 2003 champion of the World Barista Championship. He’s published books about the roasting drink and appeared on Discovery Channel’s coffee show. Throughout his coffee journey, Paul Bassett always focused on enhancing the bean-to-cup process. On top of the rich history behind the cafe, the rustic feel as well as free WiFi and power outlets make it a great working and studying place.

  • Power outlets: Yes
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest Stations: Shinjuku Station (9-minute walk from the station), Nishi-Shinjuku Station (6-minute walk from the station), Shinjuku-Nishiguchi Station (7-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: SHINJUKU NOMURA BUILDING B1F 1-26-2 Nishishinjuku , Shinjuku City, Tokyo 163-0590
  • Website: http://www.paulbassett.jp/
  • Bottom right photo credit: @ate_rie.inkart

Brooklyn Parlor Shinjuku is one of three Brooklyn Parlor cafes in Japan. Brooklyn Parlor includes music, coffee, books, food, and a bar with an American splash. The cafe places special emphasis on bringing multi-sensory, multi-cultural experiences to customers in Japan. There are many tables open for customers and its cozy feel helps calm the mind when you’re working or studying at the cafe.

  • Power outlets: Available at some tables
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest Stations: Shinjuku Station (7-minute walk from the station), Shinjuku Sanchome Station (2-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: Shinjuku Marui Annex B1F 3-1-26 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022
  • Website: https://brooklynparlor.co.jp/shinjuku/

Located inside Minami-Ikebukuro Park, Racines is a luscious cafe in Tokyo filled with greeneries, natural light and sounds. The cafe is a perfect place to chill on a sunny summer day. If you want an open space where you can also enjoy the outdoors while you work or study, Racines could be the cafe for you.

  • Power outlets: Yes
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest station: Ikebukuro Station (7-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: 2-21-1 Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima City, Tokyo 171-0022
  • Website: https://racines-park.com/

Awajizaka Coffee is a small, cute, and unpretentious cafe for those who want to enjoy a coffee near the river with tranquility and romance in Tokyo. The cafe has two floors: upper floor with balcony seats overlooking the romantic river and an underground floor suitable for those who want to find a calm, quiet study area and workspace. WiFi, as well as power sockets, are available at most tables, which is a huge plus for the cafe.

  • Power outlets: Available at most tables
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest Station: Akihabara Station (8-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: JR Koubaibashi koukaka Rm. 4 2−9 Kanda Awajicho, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0063
  • Website: https://www.instagram.com/awajizaka_coffee/

Newspicks NewCafe is located on the 7th floor of Tokyu Plaza Ginza building and is a modern cafe that has sprinkled some cozy workspaces into it. The cafe has a large space with large tables and an eye-catching view of the entire city of Ginza. Additionally, Newspicks NewCafe has WiFi and power outlets available, so it’s also an ideal place for remote workers and hard-working studiers.

Located in Kuramae, En is a cute cafe in Tokyo that isn’t as commonly acknowledged as other cafes in the Tokyo area. With the concept of “Gather, Rest, Meet”, En Kuramae becomes a great place to meet friends, relax and meet new people. En has four floors for you to explore. The friendly, casual atmosphere comes from the cafe’s architecture, decorations and its people. The cafe also allows you to study or work at certain desks with power outlets. Plus, free wireless internet is available.

  • Power ourlets: Available at some tables
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest Station: Kuramae Station (1-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: 2-6-2 Kuramae, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0051
  • Website: https://www.enkuramae.com/

GOOD MEALS SHOP will convince you to make a visit by its irresistible menu of delectable food, desserts and drinks. In less than a 10-minute walk from Futako-tamagawa Station, GOOD MEALS SHOP is one of the top cafes in Tokyo that attracts many young Japanese customers. Of course, we cannot forget to tell you that the cafe has electrical outlets and WiFi. So, grab a bite and have a seat at the GOOD MEALS SHOP cafe.

  • Power outlets: Available at some tables
  • WiFi: Yes
  • Nearest Station: Futako-Tamagawa Station (8-minute walk from the station)
  • Address: Futako-Tamagawa Rise S.C. 2F, 1-14-1 Tamagawa, Setagaya City, Tokyo 158-0094 
  • Website: https://www.instagram.com/goodmealsshop.f/

10 extra cafes in Tokyo

In addition to the 10 cafes mentioned above, Smiles also listed other cafes in Tokyo. Take a look and see which ones are close by and may be the places for you.

Smiles hopes this blog helps you find your next favorite cafe in Tokyo for remote work, studying or just having a good time with your friends. Which one will you visit?

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