This spacious café a few blocks from Tokyo Skytree only serves plant-based food and dessert, all made with ingredients sourced from local organic and pesticidefree farms. The spacious warehouse-like building is a rare find in Tokyo; not only is there plenty of seating but it’s also wheelchair- and stroller-friendly. We recommend the Indian curry plate, which comes with two different curries, plus appetisers, brown rice and a salad, available from 11am daily.
Veganism is on the rise – and not just for ethical and environmental reasons. Sure, plant-based food farming emits far fewer greenhouse gases, but vegan cuisine is also getting better and better. Gone are the days when vegan dishes were all about replicating meaty flavours. Modern vegan cuisine is distinct, vibrant and delicious in its own right – and these popular vegan restaurants in Tokyo prove just that.
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