Q-pot Cafe with Ada, Alice and Aviva

Hello dear readers, how are you?
Today I’m relaxing and doing housework, but yesterday I had a very fun day with some friends. We went to the Q-pot Cafe in Omotesando. 
Outside the cafe.

The Q-pot Cafe opened last year and it was my first time to visit it. It’s a very popular place, but as we went on a Monday it was actually quite peaceful and we didn’t have to wait to get a table.
Q-pot glass!

The staff are kind and let you freely take pictures inside. There was lots of cute merchandise and the decor was really nice too.
They only serve sweets, but they all looked so nice it was hard to choose! I ended up going for the one that wasn’t the most aesthetically pleasing but seemed the most reliably tasty- strawberry jelly.
It’s served on a plate depicting a fancy lady’s torso so it seems like your dessert is the pendant of her necklace. I also had the Afternoon Breeze tea which was a kind of Earl Gray. It was really nice too!
Inside the cafe. Q-pots hanging from the ceiling!
The loos were tooth-themed for some reason; the design was cute but it made me feel guilty for eating sweets! Anyway the lighting was nice so I vainly snapped some pictures of myself….
I made the headdress myself. I wanted to wear a chocolate-y outfit to suit the occasion.
I got an outfit shot inside the cafe! I wish my house looked like this. Thanks to Aviva for taking the photo.
Headdress: Handmade
Lace collar blouse: Vintage
Jumperskirt: Innocent World
Others: Offbrand

Thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed the pictures. See you next time!

15 thoughts on “Q-pot Cafe with Ada, Alice and Aviva

  1. That café looks amazing! I love how things from the outside look so boring and then surprise you when you go in. There's a lot of that going on in Japan.You looked amazing and perfect for the occasion. I'm glad you had fun. ❤

  2. The outside of Q-pot looks a bit like a garden shed! They must have had it custom built so perhaps they wanted a suprise effect like you described. Thank you very much for your kind words, hope to meet you in Japan someday!

  3. You are so so darling, I really wish I got to know you more when you where still in London, I think we only met at your uni exhibition once? well anyhow, I just love your blog and all your posts about your stay in Japan, it looks like so much fun! x)

  4. That would have been very nice! I also remember meeting you at Hyper Japan, when you and your friend had such cute mori outfits <3Thank you for reading my blog, and keep in touch!

  5. Oh, you saw that! Haha, I am still so happy about that 🙂 I have been in Japan since last June, I was at school for a while and recently I started to do some small jobs as a model/tv extra.

  6. I like it too! Not too expensive either.Well, it's easy to have a great time in when you're Tokyo and when you have good friends! I hope you and I can meet up someday 🙂

  7. Aaw thats so sweet, I also remember that as well, I remember thinking you had such a pretty lolita coord<3Aw no problems, I've actually followed your blog for awhile, but just recently I joined blogspot, so now I can comment and follow people I've admired for awhile. ^-^

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