Café Omnibus (Yokohama)

Part of an effort to use historic buildings to breathe life into the art and culture scene, Café Omnibus is located inside what used to be the Yokohama Branch of Dai-ichi Bank’s lobby. A fusion of traditional architecture and contemporary design, Café Omnibus is blessed with high ceilings and large, arched windows, making it a bright area with room to relax. Dotted around the café are five food carts – each one conceived by a different designer – that emphasize the space’s dedication to creativity. The café has an impressive selection of voluminous sandwiches, packed with veggies galore. One of the most distinctive is a ham sandwich with marinated red cabbage, yogurt sauce and mango slices. For a selection of the best offerings, check out the Deli Plate of the Day.

Address: 6-50-1 Honcho, Naka-ku, Yokohama

Website: yokohamacc.org   

Tel: 045-306-9114

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