Baby-friendly cafes / restaurants, Shibuya area

Daylight Kitchen baby-friendly cafe in Shibuya

This restaurant has closed unfortunately! Updated 2019/4/30

This is possibly one of the best baby-friendly cafes I’ve ever been to in Tokyo! Located just a 5min walk from Shibuya Station, Daylight Kitchen has everything you could need to make you and your baby feel comfortable and welcome – a lovely open terrace, delicious natural organic food, organic baby/kids food for all ages, high-chairs, baby change table, and a big private room that caters especially for groups of mums and dads and their babies! The private room is so popular that you may need to book a month in advance, but it is well worth it. Thank you so much Junko for organising the lunch party! It was wonderful!!!


Daylight Kitchen:


  • Address: 23-18 Sakura-gaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0031
  • Opening hours: Mon-Thurs, Sun, Public Holidays – 9am-10pm; Fri, Sat – 9am-10:30pm
  • Website
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5 thoughts on “Daylight Kitchen baby-friendly cafe in Shibuya

  1. June Ivers says:

    Hello There!

    Wanted to thank you for the suggestions and advice in Tokyo. We had a wonderful meal at the Daylight Kitchen, and it was RIGHT behind our hotel (Tokyo Cerulean Towers).

    Thank you for all the invaluable advice.

    1. Kate says:

      Thank you June for your message! I saw your blog post. Beautiful photos! So glad to see you enjoyed your last night in Tokyo at Daylight Kitchen. Hope you had a great trip!

  2. david.d.kinahan says:

    Hi there – just planning our trip to Tokyo in a couple of week’s time – Google and TripAdvisor now unfortunately suggest that this place is permanently closed. Shame, as it looks great!

    1. Kate says:

      Hi David, thank you for your message! What a shame! I checked their website in Japanese and it doesn’t say they are closed, but you are right that other websites are saying it has permanently closed. I will update my guide. Thank you!

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