Let’s Try Vegan!!

Do you know about vegan?

It’s a little different from vegetarian. A vegan is a “complete vegetarian” who does not eat any animal products, including eggs and dairy products. Veganism is so widespread nowadays, the veganism movement is growing year by year. I will introduce popular vegan restaurants in Japan.



1 KOMEDA is □





1 KOMEDA is □

Komeda Corporation, known for its Komeda Coffee, opened a new type of vegan cafe in Ginza on July 15, 2020 under the concept of “relaxing with the earth”.

Komeda would like to continue to deliver “more relaxation to the heart” by providing meals and spaces that are friendly to both the earth and humans.

With this in mind, the plant-based café “KOMEDA is □” was born.


I especially recommend the soy ham cutlet sandwich.It is also popular among women because it is voluminous yet healthy.The hamburger version is also delicious!

I’m looking forward to the new developments of “Komeda is □”!



AIN SOPH. Ginza” was established 12 years ago as the first restaurant to offer vegan menu in Ginza, Tokyo.

A place to return to your true self. With the concept of “a place to return to one’s true self,” the restaurant serves a completely vegetarian diet without animal products, which is popular among non-vegan customers. Gluten-free and garlic-free menus are also available.

The full course called “kikkyo ten” is as satisfying as eating meat, although it is hard to believe that it is only plant-based food.

The restaurant’s signature vegan pancakes are also excellent. So, I recommend it as an after-dinner dessert!



Mr. FARMER is a vegetable cafe that uses an abundance of vegetables selected by the chef with the concept of “beauty and health start with food”.
The name “Mr. FARMER” expresses the hope that customers will enjoy eating the vegetables grown by contract farmers all over Japan.
Mr. FARMER offers a vegan, gluten-free, and power protein menu inspired by West Coast cafes in the U.S., in a restaurant filled with greenery as if you were in a forest.

The avocado cake was very tasty and easy to eat because it was not too sweet.

The cake changes with the seasons, so you can enjoy it no matter how many times you visit!



The BOTANIST Cafe, located on the second floor of the first flagship store of the lifestyle brand “BOTANIST,” offers a healthy and visually appealing menu with an abundance of seasonal vegetables and fruits in a healing space surrounded by greenery based on the concept of “a casual and relaxing lifestyle with plants.

The vegan menu item, “Sweet Potato Mont Blanc,” lets you enjoy the taste of the ingredients.

The fluffy bun is filled with a bean-based patty, avocado, tomato, onion, lettuce, and vegan cheese.
It’s very satisfying.I think I can eat this without holding back even when I’m on a diet.


Did you find a restaurant that interests you? Please try to eat healthy and have fun with veganism!