“Help, I need Wi-Fi!”
“Help, I need to charge!”
You must have had it where you’re on holiday and you can’t find a Wi-Fi hot spot or somewhere to charge your device. Well, have no fear. If you’re coming to Japan and find yourself in Shinjuku in need of connecting up somewhere, then we’ve got your covered.
Here are 6 cafés in Shinjuku with Wi-Fi and electrical outlets, all close to the station and all relatively empty compared to other places.
There are many popular places to choose from surrounding this retro, Showa-style café, like Starbucks and Doutor, but when compared to them, you’re much more likely to get a seat straight away at Coffee Seibu. They have electrical outlets by the 3rd floor windows as well as Wi-Fi.
Ueshima Coffee Shinjuku Minamiguchi
If you’re looking to enjoy high quality coffee while hooking up your devices, then we recommend this place. All the counter seats have their own plug sockets for you to hook up to, so a lot of people take their laptops there. There’s also Wi-Fi. It’s quiet on weekdays, making it a great place to camp out if you need to concentrate on studying or work.
This bustling, stylish place takes on the form of a Western-style bar. We recommend Abbot’s Choice for people who want to work while enjoying a pint or glass of alcohol. They have both Wi-Fi and electrical outlets.
Brooklyn Parlor is produced by Jazz record label legends Blue Note Records. It brings together music, books and food into one relaxing space, so you can kick your feet back enjoy working or reading at your own leisure. We recommend their fat and juicy hamburgers. Of course, they have Wi-Fi and plug sockets too.
At BASE POINT, you can use the first floor and second floor café space in 1-hour slots. They have Wi-Fi and electrical outlets, so you can take your own devices or you can even rent one of their PCs. They also have a printer/scanner you can use. This is the most suitable location if you need just a little time to do some work.
This café is directly connected to Shinjuku Station, so you can even go there after a little shopping in Lumine EST. Their menu is packed with filling meals and desserts, and there’s plenty of drinks to choose from, making it a popular location for just about anyone. They offer both Wi-Fi and electrical outlets.
Be sure to use this list as reference if you find yourself in Shinjuku and are in need of Wi-Fi or somewhere to plug your phone, tablet or laptop in.
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