Located in the original financial district of Tokyo, Nihonbashi, this café-co-working space hybrid is a relaxed spot to pull out your laptop or textbook. In the business salon section of Salvador, more than a hundred seats are spread out across individual booths, meeting tables for up to four, sofas, desks, individual booths and more. There’s a projector and whiteboards available to rent, as well as a multifunction printer to use for a small fee.
One of the big perks here is being able to order food, with full access to the café menu. At breakfast, there are morning sets for ¥530, while lunch and dinner sees curries and salads, with vegan options available. Cafe Salvador is somewhere designed for drop-ins and daily remote work, as there are no monthly packages or options for permanent desks. Plus, you can even make a reservation online.