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Cafe Salvador – Marunouchi Internet Access

Posted in Places, Shops by tokyobling on February 9, 2014

2013 saw a record high in the number of foreign tourists, probably helped more by the record low yen (thanks to Abenomics) than any number of “Cool Japan” tourism campaigns. These days of sharing, on social networks and websites (not to mention blogs!) require good Internet access though, and that can be both expensive and difficult to find here in Tokyo. There are plenty of spaces that offer free wireless Internet access but few that also offer the use of computers to actually access the Internet on. So in the service of the tourists that plan to visit Tokyo in 2014 I’d like to present one of my favorite Tokyo cafes that offers all the computers you need, Cafe Salvador right in the middle of Tokyo’s own Wall Street, Nakadori. The place, considering the location, is very reasonably priced and you couldn’t ask for better service. If you are in the area and need to rest your legs or update that blog, this is the place to visit!

It is located on Nakadori between Tokyo and Yurakucho station and apart from coffee, snacks and computers, there are also lot of magazines to chose from.




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  1. Goirt amháin O'Séaghdha said, on February 13, 2014 at 1:49 am

    In 2012 when I visited Tokyo, I walked through Marunouchi on Nakadori and felt that I was transported back to New York City. Tokyo is quite a robust city, I had a grand visit there and your photos transported me back again.


    • tokyobling said, on February 13, 2014 at 1:51 am

      Thank you Sailor! (^-^) Yes, that street indeed reminds me of New York. When it was first laid out over a hundred years ago it was nicknamed Little London, but today we call it Little Wall Street. Glad you enjoyed the visit and the pictures!


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