If you have been itching to go to the Land of the Rising Sun but can’t here is your chance to get a small taste of Japanese taste and interior. CAFE YAMA is a new Japanese cafe concept that can be found in Crosswinds, Tagaytay. The moment you enter the hill of Crosswinds, you can’t but feel the cold weather and feel that you might actually be in Japan.
Cafe Yama: Yama means “Mountain” in Japanese and thus Cafe Yama is born which is just opposite the Windmill by Lausanne.
Guests can easily find parking behind the cafe or just simply park by the side of the road next to the Windmill by Lausanne another popular cafe in Crosswinds. We absolutely love the interior and design!. The signboard outside the cafe already gives you a Japanese vibe. Lanterns and umbrellas can also be seen through the cafe. Tables and chairs are all made of wood. But the main attraction is not just the cafe but the garden below the cafe.
The garden has an authentic Japanese vibe where guests seating and Japanese lanterns which can be seen all over the garden. The cafe looks just as amazing at night as during the day. Guests would need a budget of PHP 500 and above per person for their food. Most of the food is your typical favorite Japanese dishes including Sushi, Ramen, Coffee, burgers and so much more! The best part is that the cafe is pet-friendly but only at the Alfresco and garden area.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Authentic Japanese Cafe
- IG-Worthy Japanese Interior
- Japanese lanterns
- Cafe Yama Signs
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Location; Crosswinds, Tagaytay
Opening Hours: 9AM – 7PM everyday
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