Cath’s Cafe

I went to Jiyūgaoaka 自由が丘 (a neighborhood in southern Meguro, Tokyo) a few days ago to buy some Cherry Blossom baking ingredients at my favorite shop Cuoca (next on the blog). It’s been my yearly habit to make some spring inspired sweets so I was sooo excited on my way, thinking of new recipes and ideas.

Usually, before I go straight to Cuoca, I stop by at Cath Kidston shop for inspiration. I always feel happy and inspired whenever I see Cath Kidston’s beautiful stuff (Yes, CK big fan here!) ♡ I love everything about their chic styles and designs. It actually doubled my excitement when I first found out that they even have a café, “Cath’s Cafe”. ♡ There are only two Cath’s Cafes here in Japan. This branch in Tokyo and the other one in Fujisawa, Kanagawa.

Here are some photos I took from my iPhone…

It was so cold that day so I ordered hot cafe latte and mini chocolate chip scone ♡ Sooo good! They made me feel satisfied. Delicious food / treats make me genuinely happy! #fact 🙂

“People who love to eat are always the best people.” – Julia Child  

Couldn’t help myself not to bring these goodies home with me awww…

 *Strawberries & Cream Biscuits*

It’s crunchy, tasty and smells so good.

Yep! It tastes as good as it looks. Love love love it!

Uhmm seriously… 

How can you put into use these amazing tea bags? I think they’re too beautiful to be thrown away after use haha! The box comes with 24 tea bags (4 bags x 6). I will definitely keep 1 per flavor with the box and perhaps display it somewhere in our house! lol 

*Strawberry Jam and Breakfast Tea*

 Can’t wait to try them with my toasts!

Perfect gift for girl friends who love tea parties. Yes?

Hope you enjoy this quick blog post!

Thank you for reading.

♡ ♡ ♡

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