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Mismatched furniture and ‘found’ objects conspire to make this cafe look like a hippie camp (don’t miss the birdsong in the bathroom)....
Tableux Lounge information
Lonely Planet review
If you love jazz, wine and cigars, Tableaux is the perfect spot to mix all three under chandeliers and stuffed bookshelves. Drinks start at ¥1000 and the band from 9.30pm. Oysters and Cohiba cigars are also on offer. It's next door to the popular Tableaux restaurant.