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Cafe & Hostel located in Idai Dori – ‘IMANO TOKYO HOSTEL / CAFE & BAR’

IMANO TOKYO is a cafe & bar located on the 1F of a hostel, where foreign tourists stay. This Kakuuchi Style CAFE & BAR is often crowded with foreigners. IMANO TOKYO CAFE & BAR is open to the public so that guests can enjoy communicating with locals, so you can enjoy meeting those who want to experience a global atmosphere.

Here a Half Buffet style Breakfast is served from 8:00 am every morning with fresh brewed coffee and tea. There are 2 types of breakfast, a Japanese style & American style which costs 600 yen. Japanese style consists of Onigiri (rice ball) and other Japanese food, whereas for the American style breakfast, you can enjoy bread and sausage.

The recommended Lunch menu is “Hot Dog” comes with a Potato Salad, and cost 550 yen. “Grilled chicken sandwich with potato salad” is cost 750 yen.

From the evening, you can enjoy a variety of drinks such as beer, wine, whiskey and Sake, with Japanese cuisine.

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Information

Name IMANO TOKYO HOSTEL / CAFE & BAR
Address 5-12-2 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
TEL 03-5362-7161
Business Hour 8:00-16:00 (Cafe Time)
11:00-16:00 (Lunch Time)
16:00-17:00 (Drink Only)
17:00-22:00 (Bar Time)
Closed None
Access 9min walk from “Shinjuku Station” Central east exit
3min walk from “Shinjuku Sanchome Station” E2 exit
8min walk from “Higashi-Shinjuku Station” A2 exit

NOTE: Shops information such as price, cuisine contents, opening hours, closing time or additional details may be subject to change, so please be sure to check the latest information directly at the shop.

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