Café Radio

Japan, Tokyo, Shibuya, Jingumae, 5丁目53−70
Average: 4.0 / 5 stars, based on 2 reviews.
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Find this shiny silver coffee trailer at the UNU Famers Markets for quite a respectable shot of espresso to accompany your walk around the fresh produce.

Served from the back of a converted Mercedes Benz at the weekend Farmer’s Market outside the United Nations University, Café Radio serves a most excellent double espresso.

Check to see when the markets are on (most weekends). You can get some yummy food there too.

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