Chic Night at Design Wear’s Cafe in Wakayama City

design wears cafe

Hello world. It’s Mr. Wada on duty. I would to like to share our visit to Design Wear’s Cafe in Wakayama City this time.

Design Wear’s Cafe in Wakayama City

It is in Wakayama City central, second floor of a business building. It’s a bit tricky though, you need to use the elevator. Do NOT take stairs which go straight to an Italian restaurant on the same floor.

 

Very chic huh? Apparently it’s a designer’s office during the day and turns into a cafe at night.

 

We had drinks with a chocolate cake. It has food menu as well. In fact, we saw some women having dinner with friends. It was quiet and relaxing. It meets the conditions of the Wadas’ liking!

 

Information

Access

 

2nd floor Future Honmachi, 25 Yorozumachi, Wakayama city

Business Hours

15:00 – 3:00

Closed: Mondays

Contact 073-419-1008
Website https://designwearscafe.jimdo.com

 

Lastly

How do you find it? If you are looking for a place to chill at night in Wakayama City, this would be it.

See you around!

Moca Cafe in Wakayama City

moca cafe in wakayama

Hi there it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I will share Moca Cafe in Wakayama City this time.

Moca Cafe in Wakayama City

This cafe lays right in front of the Wakayama Castle. Looks classy huh? Apparently it opened in 1950 (written on the building). Wow, it must have quite a bit of history.

 

 

The first floor is a cake store, so go up the stairs to the cafe space.

 

It serves western breakfast in the morning. It seemed that everyone else was having this so…why not? It costs drink of your choice and additional 210 yen.

 

There you go. Bread (bun?), sunny-side egg, bacon with a cuppa joe! Bon appétit.

 

Nice breakfast with a nice view from up here. Perfect to begin a new day.

(munch munch)

 

Information

Access

1 -1 Kataokachō, Wakayama city

Business Hours

6:00 – 18:00

Closed: Wednesdays

Contact 073-436-4533

 

Walk around Wakayama Castle

Would you like to walk around Wakayama Castle for a little exercise after breakfast?

 

Lastly

How do you find it? I see lots of local people hang out there. It seemed really neat to wake up early and chill out at cafe in the morning which I normally don’t (can’t). Sure it felt good. I would like to adapt this culture when I’m back in Okayama.

See you around!