100% Chocolate Cafe

Was searching on the web for places to eat in Tokyo and came across this chocolate cafe operated by Meiji, so I decided to go and check it out (cos I have been a fan of Meiji chocolates since I was a kid).


Entrance to the cafe:


This place sells chocolates for every day of the year!  Just look at the colourful spread at the counter in the above picture.


There were too many temptations in the cafe so I finally decided on the following….


まぜまぜシヨコラ オランジ – Orange Juice with Chocolate
Sounds strange?  I thought it was an interesting combination since I like orange-flavoured milk chocolate.

The next picture shows how my Orange juice with Chocolate drink ended up after being stirred and well-mixed.

Also ordered the following:
ワッフレート (プレ-ンカカオ) – Wafflette filled with fresh Plain Cacao chocolate
シフオンシヨコラ (アーモンドミルク) – Chiffon Cake coated with fresh Almond Milk Chocolate

Haha…. my drink didn’t look like it was orange juice any longer!…

Each drink comes with a piece of the chocolate of the day.

Since I visited on October 14th, the chocolate of the day was “Ghana & Ecuador / Semi-Sweet”:

Overall, I was quite satisfied with what I had ordered although some of the items which I wanted to try were sold out. There is limited seating at the cafe so you’ll need to be prepared to wait if there are no available tables.


100% Chocolate Cafe
2-4-16 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku Tokyo
Opening Hours:
8:00-20:00 (Weekdays) – last order 19:30
11:00-19:00 (Weekends & Holidays) – last order 18:30
Seating capacity: 18

Getting there:

(a) Take the JR to Tokyo station and it’s an 8min walk from the Yaesu South exit.

(b) Take the Tokyo Metro Ginza line to Kyobashi station and it’s a 1min walk from Exit 5.

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