Tucked away on a quiet side street behind Aoyama-dori (very close to the Aveda Salon), you can find “Nomu Café” a Scandinavian-style cafe focused on natural and organic food, run by Nicolai Bergmann*.
Although the food is not much different from other cafés in the area, the plants filled setting and the lively atmosphere set this place apart.
There’s a nice selection of open-faced Danish smorrebroad and paninis, organic salads and fresh fruit salads, juices and home-made muffins and pastries ideal for tea time.
The atmosphere is lively and friendly and the staff is very cool as well.
The cafe is a part of Nicolai Bergmann’s flagship florist shops and there’s no separation between the cafe and flower boutique right at the entrance.
This venue also has a floral design school, and an event space scheduled to house exhibitions by local and international artists.
Loose yourself in a sea of flowers as you enjoy tea time.
I’d like to thank Nicolai Bergmann Nomu Café’s staff that kindly let me shoot inside their wonderful café… ありがとうございます!!
*Nicolai Bergmann is a well-known Danish floral artist whose work is focused as much on contemporary design as it is on flowers.
Nomu Cafe: 5-7-2 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0061, Tel: 03.5464.0716, Official Website: HERE (Japanese, English)
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