Arashi's Coffee & Bar


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This cosy bar, hidden around a corner off Meiji Dori in Hiroo, is a counter-seating affair, serving shisha and coffee with a side of fortune telling. The Iranian owner tells you your future by reading the leftover grounds from your cup of dark-roasted Turkish coffee – apparently a common technique in the Middle East and southern Europe that's known as coffee-reading. This service is available for a separate charge starting at ¥5,250 per half-hour, but if you're not interested in the more mystical services, then the shisha and strong Turkish coffee provide a pretty solid reason to stop by.



1-10-10 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Transport Hiroo Station (Hibiya line)

Telephone 03‐5475‐6161

Open Daily 8pm-3am (coffee reading by appointment from noon-3am)


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