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Located just outside exit 5 of Meijijingumae Station, Buttermilk Channel hums with funky blues and jazz music, its off-white and blue decor, with brick-wall accents, offering a minimalistic yet refreshing ambiance – and immediately conjuring up a Brooklyn vibe. The new bistro, opened in September 2018, offers dishes inspired by American comfort food staples just like its mother branch back in Brooklyn. Between the Buttermilk Pancakes, Pecan Pie French Toast, Fried Chicken and Waffles or Duck Meatloaf, you’ll be sure to leave with that feel-good satisfaction. Whether you’re feeling home sick, need a break from Japanese foods, or just looking to get a taste of New York City, Buttermilk Channel fills the gap.

Address: 1-11-11 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

Website: buttermilkchannel-jp.com   

Open: Mon-Sun 10am-11:30pm (L.O.: 10:30pm)

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