The Scottish capital is famous for many things, but coffee isn't normally one of them. You're a long way from Edinburgh at Shinjuku's Edinburgh, though – or Coffee Kizoku (literally, 'aristocratic coffee') Edinburgh, to give it its full name. Furnished in a Western style that's both ostentatious and deeply ersatz, this café dispenses cups of siphon coffee 24 hours a day, at prices ranging from higher-than-average (¥800 for the Kizoku original blend) to eye-watering (Royal Blend – a snip at ¥3,000). That said, you can normally get a couple of cups out of each pot of coffee, while the free Wi-Fi encourages customers to linger a little longer.
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2F, 3-2-4 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
|Opening hours:||24 hours daily|
|Transport:||Shinjuku Station (Yamanote, Shonan-Shinjuku, Marunouchi, Odakyu, Keio, Oedo, Shinjuku lines), south exit; Shinjuku-Sanchome Station (Marunouchi, Shinjuku, Fukutoshin lines), exit C4|