Good sounds. Good booze. Warm roasted coffee.

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Good sounds. Good booze. Warm roasted coffee.

“Shops targeting hardcore music-lovers can be a little threatening, so I wanted to create an open space that allows people to relax and listen to music,” says Oryo Itazaki, the owner of Kabuto Piano. The chic Scandinavian-style interior of Kabuto Piano bathes visitors in warm light and dulcet tones, creating an open space with a home-like feeling. The startling sensation of immersing oneself in sound makes one appreciate the hardware: Audiophiles will recognize the two ATC speakers through which customers can enjoy their preferred music, ranging from classical and jazz to pop. The warm music of Kabuto Piano offers sanctuary from quotidian concerns whether one is engaged in a candid conversation with the owner or nestled in a chair sipping coffee.

music cafe/bar Kabuto piano
Address: 2F 2-20-9 Takaban, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Tel: Unavailable
Opening hours: 12 noon-10:30pm (Tuesday-Saturday), 5pm-10:30pm (Sunday)
Closed: Monday
Itazaki fell in love with Oslo’s airport and has recreated that atmosphere in Kabuto Piano. Both counter and table seating are available, so customers can stop by alone or with friends.
Tomato sauce pasta and wine of the day.
Kabuto Piano is located on the second floor, so look for its charming logo of notes dancing above a coffee cup.
A shelf with the owner’s favorite things: Records, a violin, etc.

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