Ginza / Harajuku "Green Farm"

Recharge your power with fresh greenery!

New Green
Green of innovation

Vegetables such as frill lettuce, arugula and basil are raised in a hydroponic garden using LED light with liquid fertilizer and water instead of soil. Making fresh salads and smoothies from these vegetables is the latest trend at the cafe around Ginza and Harajuku. Varying wavelength of light and combination of broth to the vegetables enables to adjust taste, texture, nutritional content, size and shape in the hydroponic garden. The fresh green display helps recharge people who work in the area with energy as well as contribute to their health.

Window of hydroponic garden of Ginza Itoya. The stainless steel window frames used in the Itoya building from 1965 to 2013 have been reused in the new building to give visitors a view of the garden.
Itoya building in 1904. The miniature replica of the ground floor shop of the old building has been skillfully reproduced.
Current Itoya building. A red paper clip sign marks of the stationery shop.
Original notebooks with fish motif.
CAFE Stylo on the 12th floor prepares delicious salads for customers using vegetables produced by the hydroponic garden on the 11th floor.
Hydroponic garden display at BROOK’S ME-BYO café Harajuku. The green herbs produce a relaxed atmosphere of open space.
BROOK’S ME-BYO café offers “mental and physical health” through foods in a relaxed atmosphere. Lattes made with organically cultivated selected Uji green tea, green tea praline lattes and organically Uji green tea soft ice cream are popular with overseas travelers.

Something Green

Store mascot named Kohiemon.

Ginza Itoya

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Ginza Subway Sta.(G09)

BROOK'S ME-BYO café

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JR Harajuku Sta. ,Meiji-jingumae Subway Sta.(C03,F15)

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