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The name "Sabouru" comes from the Spanish word for flavor.Since the owner at the time of the establishment was also working as a designer, the entire concept of the restaurant, including the interior design concept was devised by him. It was one of the longest-established coffee shops in Jimbocho, loved by men and women of all ages, and it is still popular today.
business_hourMonday to Saturday 9:30am - 11:00pm (L.O.10:30pm)
Sundays and irregular holidays
access・In front of Subway "Jimbocho Sta." Exit A7
・6-minute walk from JR "Ochanomizu Sta."
There are three floors, one on the ground floor, one that goes up a bit from there, and one at the bottom of the stairs leading down to the basement. Though each tables are a bit too small, the low ceiling and the close proximity of each seats make you feel like you are in a semi-private room like a cave. The bar counter is overlooked from the upper floor, an innovative structure.
It has a relaxing atmosphere that dark brown interiors look really great in the moderate light during the day. Totem poles and wooden carvings are displayed close together. It has a pleasant, nostalgic atmosphere, and many of the shop's customers are regulars.
The graffiti on the wall is still there. It is not allowed now, but everyone wrote them secretly with an unspoken agreement at that time. It might be such a mischievous spirit that people have enjoyed.