Hattifnatt Cafe, somewhere in a storybook

Happy Friday! It’s been a profoundly tiring week and I am yawning with all the grace of a grizzly bear as I write this. Also if you haven’t noticed I’ve been surreptitiously nudging my blog updates to the end of each week.

The weekend calls for some relaxing (read: a euphemism for being lazy), so I’m here with another post about a Tokyo cafe!

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Which easily makes you fall in love on first sightnekoThe only hitch is that it may well take you a long time before you actually see it. It took me forever to navigate the narrow streets of Kouenji, and when I finally did arrive I walked right past it because it was hiding in the row of shops.

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Every single wall is painted with bright colours and fuzzy animals, kind of like being in a giant book of nursery rhymes. You have to be there to really feel it while being surrounded by all these dreamy artgirl loveBut I think you can get a decent glimpse of what it’s like here!

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All of their menus are handmadekiraThey have pretty standard cafe fare like baked rice and pizzas, but you all know what I’m here for…

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DessertsloveThis is more or less a mountain of cream crowned with strawberry slices. It’s such a huge pile it practically smothers the crust below it. By the way, the name of this one is Ichigo-chanstrawberry

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More cakes covered with cream (a never-ending supply in the kitchen?) and given a smiley face to make you more emotionally invested into the dessert you’re about to eatsmileThis one was chocolate cake on the inside, so when I took a scoop out came the most glorious chunk of that chocolatey stuff)

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This is the cutest room decoration I’ve laid eyes on. Definitely would use this idea for the next time I get to redecorate my bedroom, if I were ever capable enough of painting acceptable-looking woodland creatures onto my wall.

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Be sure to visit it when you go to Tokyo! I don’t think you should trust me with directions, so the best I can do is to leave the addressgirl tongue

kira kiraTokyo, Suginami-ku, Kouenji-kita 2-18-10kira kira

3 Responses to “Hattifnatt Cafe, somewhere in a storybook”


  1. 1 fluffybunnydesu July 27, 2015 at 6:20 AM

    “Somewhere in a storybook”〜Very endearing read!

    This Blog is what fairy tales are made of よ〜

    Always makes for good Bedtime reading〜as I know sweet dreams will ensue!

    Delightful pleasure〜as always thank you for your time and sharing such wonderful Life Journals and insightful Japanese Cultural Adventures!

    Regards.

  2. 3 fluffybunnydesu August 1, 2015 at 3:36 PM

    It’s always with great anticipation!!

    いいえこちらこそ、Thank you!


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