Tucked in a side street next to Ginza Six, Tricolore Ginza is another one of Ginza’s legacy coffee shops from the first coffee wave. Opened in 1936, the brick wall European-like structure houses two floors with gold-rimmed counters, red velvet chairs and immaculate porcelain. The coffee selection is extensive and expensive, with value sets if you order a cake or a sandwich with your cup of coffee. The apple pie is in high demand, as well as the changing seasonal desserts.