• Health

Where is a dog? Fine Food & Art Cafe

  • delicious Japan
  • April 23, 2018

The interior of “Where is a dog?” is a space surrounded by cat art. The character of the cafe comes from works of cat-related art that are symbols of healing. “Where is a dog?” is a cafe, but it is also a shop that lets you take home things you’ve tried there, and sells items not stocked in chain stores.

Customers can enjoy gluten-free menu items, vegan rice bread baked daily on the premises, original coffee, and other dishes that can be eaten with confidence because they are cooked without any needless processing.

Owner Miyata says “I want ‘Where is a dog?’ to be the kind of cafe that straightforwardly tackles food, which builds the human body and links to life”.

In future, “Where is a dog?” will provide community activities, such as cookery classes, lectures on gluten-free food, training from experts in food and health, classes on how to make meals for children with allergies, and the like.

Cafe and fresh-baked bread reservations: Tel: 03-6205-9750
Open: 11:00-21:00, Sundays & Holidays 11:00-18:00
Closed: Monday and 2nd & 4th Tuesday
52, Kikui-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0044
On Natsumezaka St, 3 min. walk from Waseda Station, Subway Tozai-Line