Tadaaki Wakamatsu is the designer behind Q-Pot. Using “sweets” as motif, he has created a unique, colorful and whimsical line of jewellery.
Right in front of their boutique, you’ll find adorable Q-Pot Café.
Stepping into Q-Pot. Café is like stepping into a fairy tale where you’ll be greeted with an adorable interior of huge pastel teapot lampshades, biscuit shaped tables and cute wall art.
The Café is divided into the “whipped cream” area and the “chocolate drink bar”, and there’s one more room, a “secret room”. Here you can get a full course menu where even caviar and pasta are made of sweets.
The Café offers dessert sets with a variety of chocolates, cupcakes, macaroons, and hot or cold drinks. They are served on a decorated “necklace” and “ring” plates…かわいい!!! ❤
Delicious treats and a cute selection of cups, pots and coasters to take home.
The bathroom as cute as the rest of the Cafe!
If the Mad Hatter was real, he’d be a regular at Q-Pot Café!
One more reason to visit this place? Q-Pot Cafe. imports their tea from a company in Sri Lanka that donates a part of the proceeds to local charity projects.
I’d like to thank Q-Pot. Cafe’s staff that kindly let me shoot inside their pretty Cafe… ありがとうございます!!
Q-Pot. Café, 3-10-21 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Tel: 03 6427 2626, Official Website: www.Q-potcafe.jp, Closest Station: Omotesando Station (Ginza, Chiyoda, Hanzomon lines, Exit B2)
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