This is my favorite go-to coffee shop in Tokyo. It’s in a quiet and quaint space. I recommend trying their coffee and muffins. It’s also right across a park and playground.
Website
littlenap.jp
Address
Little Nap Coffee Stand, 〒151-0053 Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
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Dan is a graphic designer and illustrator based in the Philippines. He is a founding partner at Plus63 Design Co. and the Hydra Design Group. Dan is represented by illustration agencies Agent Pekka and Vision Track. He has worked on projects for brands such as Apple, Google, Pinterest, Airbnb, Samsung, WIRED Magazine, Fast Co., Wallpaper*, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, Coca-Cola, Havaianas, Heineken, Uniqlo to name a few.
 

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