The weather in Tokyo is harsh and very hot as if it was going to make everyhthing melted.
In this severe climate condition, to chill out and be indulged in a nice cafe is the most happiest moment for Tokyoites.
Nicolai Bergmann's cafe is one of such oasis spots in fancy Aoyama town, central Tokyo.
You may know the name of Nicolai Bergmann, the globally known Danish flower artist.
The cafe is a part of his flagship florist shop of Japan and it looks to be no border between the cafe and flower boutique.
The large parts of space surrounded by gray concrete walls, floor and ceiling is decorated with green plants.
Green, flower and plants, of course all beautifully presented, will come into your sight, whereever you will be at the cafe by Nicolai Bergmann.
Sit in and look at the table
Oh Where are we
Food menu at Nicolai Bergmann is mainly Danish or Northern European with some other Western flavour. Here as well, Nicolai Bergmann offers "green" sald in a big bowl.
Danish style open sandwich and salmon bagel
Coffee in Bodum glass again from Denmark, milk & sugar for it.
These thick glass bottles make us smile, reminding us our school lunch.
The price for lunch around Yen 1000 is too good to take a rest in the green oasis, escaping from melting hot air outside...
Nicolai Bergmann flagship store is a few minutes walk from Omotesando subway station. When the climate is mild, not too hot, it will be a good stoll either from Shibuya or Meiji Shrine and Harajuku station.
Cafe name: Nicolai Bergmann Flagship Store (cafe is a part of it)
Address: 5-7-2 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Official website: http://www.nicolaibergmann.jp/