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As technologically advanced as Japan might seem, it’s surprisingly difficult to find areas that provide free wifi. It might not be a huge issue for people who live in the country and always have service on their phones, but for travelers without that luxury, free wifi spots are crucial to planning and navigating a trip in a foreign land.
While airports and most Starbucks locations provide free internet service, you can’t always count on finding one nearby. But many people aren’t aware that quite a lot of cafes offer access to free wifi, while serving aromatic coffee and delicious food at the same time.
So for all future (and current) travelers to Tokyo, we’ve compiled a list of 8 cafes in Tokyo where you can find free wifi, and satisfy your hunger at the same time. We’ll warn you in advance though — you might end up wanting to stay at these relaxing locales all day!
1. Brooklyn Parlor (Shinjuku)
Flip through some of their freely accessible books and magazines, or stay to enjoy regularly held music events at the cafe!
Source: Brooklyn Parlor
3-1-26 Shinjuku Marui Annex B1F, Shinjuku, Tokyo
2. Office (Gaienmae)
Rest assured that this office-themed spot will be open until the wee hours of the morning.
2-7-18 Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Yamazaki Bldg. 5F
3. Freeman Cafe (Shibuya)
An expansive food and drink menu will let you satisfy your tastebuds and your net-surfing needs at the same time.
Source: Freeman Cafe
1-16-14 Shibuya, Tokyo, Metro Plaza 2F
4. Streamer Coffee Company (Shibuya/Meguro)
Head to this spacious cafe if you're craving a cup of top notch coffee.
Source: Barista Magazine
Shibuya: 1-20-28 Shibuya, Tokyo
Open 8AM～6PM (weekdays)/11AM～8PM (weekends)
Meguro: 2-36 Chuuouchou, Meguro, Tokyo
5. Lotus (Omotesando)
The perfect place to rest while you're out shopping in the trendy Omotesando area.
4-6-8 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
6. Mr. Friendly Cafe (Daikanyama)
Your daily dose of kawaii with adorable food, goods, and interior decoration.
Source: Mr. Friendly Cafe
2-18-6 Ebisu Nishi, Shibuya, Tokyo, SP Bldg. 1F
7. So Tired (Marunouchi)
The bright, colorful cafe will have you leaving energized and not tired at all!
Source: Marunouchi House
1-5-1 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Shin-Marunouchi Bldg. 7F
Open 11AM～4AM (Monday-Saturday)/11AM～11PM (Sundays and Holidays)
8. Cafe Park (Ebisu)
Enjoy the casual atmosphere and a balanced meal while you type away on your laptop.
Source: Cafe Park
1-21-15 Ebisu Nishi, Shibuya, Tokyo
Open 11:30AM～11:30PM (weekdays)/11:30AM～10:30PM (Sundays and Holidays)
Other major coffee chains with free wifi
If hanging out at one of Tokyo’s unique cafes isn’t necessarily high up on your list of things to do, you can always count on these major coffee chains for internet service. You’ll certainly have less of a harder time finding these spots, although there may be some locations that don’t offer free wifi. You might want to ask first before you sit down and open up your laptop.
Source: Starbucks Japan
Source: Tully's Coffee Japan
Tully's Coffee Japan (Japanese)
Source: Cafe Company
Wired Cafe (Japanese)