All the cool kids come to hang out at this record and café bar just off the busy streets of Shibuya. In daylight, the space functions as a café from 11am, while it turns into a bar after 8pm. Bloody Angle takes cues from classic Japanese kissaten – Japan's old-school coffee shops – with its retro 1960s vibes and a menu consisting of kissaten-inspired food and drinks, including spaghetti Napolitan (a Japanified tomato pasta dish) and a range of hot sandwiches. Guests can sip on quality coffee during the day then switch to cocktails and spirits once evening arrives.
Aside from the well-curated beats playing throughout the day, Bloody Angle sells a selection of records along with its very own merchandise. It may seem weird at first, but when the venue's this good, you'll find yourself justifying that branded tote bag purchase.