Jan 6th (Sun) Galette des Rois party
[Japonaise] In France, it is customary to eat a cake called Galette des Rois at the public festival on January 6th. This cake has been lined up in bakeries since December and has become an important French custom. Recently in Japan, it has been sold at department stores such as French Patisserie. (It's very small and expensive...) There is one ceramic miniature called Fave hidden inside, and the person who finds it wears the crown. From such a custom, it is called “Galette des Rois” in the sense of “King's Galette”. Let's enjoy delicious cakes made by authentic French people with French people♪
[Francaise] Manger galette des rois!!!
Date and Price
6th, January (Sun)
18:30 – 22:30
Adult 1900 yen, Student 1500 yen
Coffee and tea included (liquor is charged separately)
Including all you can drink coffee & tea
*Those who participate in the daytime can participate for 1000 yen.
*You can use the coupon once to participate.
*1,000 yen for every night, every day, student, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, VIP, and half year pass.
Access & Map
The English conversation cafe Mickey House is located along Waseda Dori, but the entrance is a little difficult to understand because it is on the 4th floor. There is a yellow sign at the top of the building, and it is written in English with English conversation cafe.
・JR Yamanote Line/Seibu Shinjuku Line
4 minutes walk from Takadanobaba Station Waseda Exit
・Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
30 seconds walk from Takadanobaba Station Exit 6
2-14-4 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Yashiro Building 4F
Business hours Mon-Sat 18:00-23:00
*Starting times may differ for languages other than English.
English conversation cafe Mickey House is along Waseda street but it's a bit difficult to find because it's 4th floor of the building.There is a yellow sign with “English cafe” written on the side of the building.
JR Yamanote-line, Takadanobaba sta.
4 minutes from Waseda exit.
Tokyo metro Tozai-line, Takadanobaba sta.
10 seconds from exit #6
2-14-4-4F, Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
OPEN (Mon-Sat) 6pm to 11pm
(Sat,Sun)2pm to 6pm