Sekai Cafe Oshiage


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Following the 2014 opening and success of Asakusa's traveller-friendly Sekai Cafe, the eatery expanded to now equally touristy Oshiage in June 2015. Just like the first branch, this new opener aims to attract particularly vegetarians and Muslim customers, serving up a focaccia-focused fusion menu that also includes organic drinks and desserts. Everything's put together with 100% halal ingredients, and those looking for meat-free options will find plenty to choose from as well – you can ask for your meal to be prepared without onion and garlic, or swap your steak for a soybean-based version. Those with allergies will be happy to find complete ingredient descriptions of all dishes, while MSG, other artificial additives, trans fats and GMO products are completely off the table.

Lunch sets are around ¥1,000, everyone on the staff speaks English, and free Wi-Fi is available. If you've just landed in Tokyo, Sekai Cafe is a great place to find your bearings and fill up before heading out on your city adventure.


2-16-8 Narihira, Sumida-ku

Transport Oshiage Station (Asakusa, Keisei Oshiage lines); Tokyo Skytree Station (Tobu Skytree line)

Telephone 03 6284 1760

Open 9am-9pm


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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