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A cafe facing the courtyard of the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art. Here you can enjoy original cakes modeled after works of art and dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. The cafe's cakes, each served for a limited time coinciding with the museum's current art exhibition, are a delight for the eyes as well as the tongue and have won many fans. The cafe is also available for garden parties.

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Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Kitashinagawa 4-7-25 Inside Hara Museum of Art (Shinagawa / Kamata / HanedaArea)

phone 0354231609
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11:00-17:00(L.O.16:30)
[Wednesday]11:00-20:00(L.O.17:30)

Review of Cafe d'Art

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2015/09/10 Special design of cake according to the exhibition!
The Exhibition was great without doubt, whats special about this cafe inside the museum is that, they will design a dessert according to the exhibition, like Mika Ninagawas famous for her floral...
Reviewed:2018/09/25 腹美術館内の静かなカフェ
腹美術館の鑑賞後、落ち着いて余韻に浸ることのできるカフェです。
展示作品をイメージしたオリジナルのケーキが面白いです。ランチもでき、アルコールもあり。
あまり騒ぐような場所ではなく静かに過ごせることが多いのでお気に入りです。
Reviewed:2018/05/22 いちご
原美術館の中庭に面したガラス張りのカフェ。ヨーロッパにある別荘のような中庭があり、木々の青々とした葉が日光に照らされて、美しい。美術館の中らしく、アーティスティックな遊び心たっぷりのお菓子がたのしめます。苺のトリュフは、苺のガナッシュをホワイトショコラでくるんであるもの。苺の爽やかな香りにミルクのまろやかさが加わって、まるで苺ミルクのようなおいしさでした。

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Address
Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Kitashinagawa 4-7-25 Inside Hara Museum of Art [ map ]
Area
Shinagawa / Kamata / HanedaArea
Phone
0354231609
Hours
11:00-17:00(L.O.16:30)
[Wednesday]11:00-20:00(L.O.17:30)
Closed
Monday (Open on public holidays), and closed at Hara Museum of Art Period Period
Fees
Admission fee to Hara Museum of Art is required separately for use of Cafe Dahl (General 1100 yen)

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