Mary Jane
Shibuya: Jazz kissaten
Mary Jane (Shibuya: Jazz kissaten)
Mary Jane
Open noon-11pm (Fri -midnight) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

You'll hear all sorts of jazz here, with an emphasis on the lastest CDs from American and European musicians. Besides the great music you can also enjoy good food - they serve delicious soups and risotto at dinnertime, and five different pastas at lunch (Y1000 including coffee or tea).

The spacious room is furnished with stylish green sofas, and this is a pleasant place to dine while listening to jazz. There's a Y500 table charge at dinnertime. Three minutes walk from the south exit of Shibuya station.

by Hikaru Okabe
Shibuya-ku, Sakuragaokacho 2-3, 2F.
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