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Tomoyasu Seisakusyo Café

Interior+DIY+Café =Tomoyasu Seisakusyo Café

At this fashionable café, you can view and buy products, use the DIY space, or freely read interior and architecture related books from our library. This unique café allows you to enjoy more than just a cup of coffee.

A stylish café that is particular about its interior.

The Tomoyasu Seisakusyo produced store interior is filled with fashionable furniture and decor, giving the inside its pleasant characteristics. On the walls, there are Tomoyasu Seisakusyo original wallstickers and fabric panels, as well as imported wallpapers and tile stickers, all of which were installed as a DIY project. Relax and enjoy yourself in this fashionable café.

A Workshop to Gain DIY Experience

In the loft of the café, we have a DIY space, where we regularly hold workshops for all levels of DIYers. You can learn how to hang wallpaper or the ever popular, make garlands using curtain fabrics. Through these workshops we want to give opportunities to learn how fun and easy DIY interiors can be.

Internet+Real Life

Inside the café, we sell items from the Tomoyasu Seisakusyo online store. These popular items, which include wallstickers, imported wallpaper, and window film, are there on display for you to touch and inspect before you buy. Not only that, most of the products are used as a part of the store interior to help you get a better idea for how it will look in your room.


We have prepared a food and drink menu that you can enjoy at any time of day. Since we are determined to create a stylish environment where you can enjoy delicious food, we are very particular about our menu and ingredients. To relax at Tea Time, we recommend starting with our organic coffee. Then for lunch (11:00 am ~ 3:00 pm), we have prepared a special daily menu of appetizers and drinks. We also have an extensive alcohol menu, a roast beef dish that our store manager raves about, and in the evening the café becomes a bar with a cool atmosphere.


Tomoyasu Seisakusho Café

Iwasaki Bld. 1F 1-7-2 Asaksabashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
11:00 am ~ 10:00 pm
(Sunday 11:00 am ~ 5:00 pm)
JR Sobu Line, Asakusabashi Station, East exit, 2 minute walk
Subway, Asakusabashi Station, A2 exit, 2 minute walk