Eagle
Yotsuya: Jazz kissaten
Eagle (Yotsuya: Jazz kissaten)
Eagle
Open 11:30am-midnight. Closed Sundays and holidays.

Boasting a big collection of vinyl, an impressive sound system and humongous JBL speakers, Eagle has a certain old-school jazz-kissaten charm, as long as you don't mind the cigarette smoke. In the afternoons it's "quiet time," when you're encouraged to refrain from talking while listening to the music over a strong cup of coffee (Y680) or a snack (quiche, cake, or chili along with a cup of coffee, from Y800).

There's free WiFi, but you won't see many laptops - the customers all seem to be engrossed in the music. Lunch is served until 2:30pm, and in the evenings you can order whiskey instead of coffee.

Yotsuya
Shinjuku-ku, Yotsuya 1-8-4, Horinaka Bldg B1F.
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