Cafe Bar Ita for English speaker

Welcome to “Cafe Bar Ita” located in the Atago housing complex, Tama area of Tokyo! Our cozy dining bar offers an authentic Japanese experience where you can savor local foods and feel the genuine atmosphere of Japan.

More than just a place to eat and drink, we are a vibrant community hub where locals gather, providing the perfect opportunity for visitors to interact with Japanese residents and immerse themselves in the local culture.

We also host exciting workshops on Japanese culture, giving you a hands-on experience that’s both fun and educational. Whether you’re a resident or a traveler, “Cafe Bar Ita” guarantees a memorable and enriching experience. Come join us and create lasting memories in a friendly and welcoming environment!


● Address: Community Place Atago, 4-53-1 Atago, Tama City, Tokyo 206-0041, Japan
● Business Hours:17:00 – 23:00 (Closed on Wednesdays and Sundays)
● Contact:080-9033-0172(日本語) / 080-9556-4973 (English)

By Car:
Please use a nearby parking lot. There is a coin-operated parking lot a 5-minute walk from the Day Room Atago.

By Train

A 15-minute walk (with an incline) from the East Exit of Keio/Odakyu “Tama Center Station”. A 5-minute bus or taxi ride is also available.
A 13-minute walk from “Matsugaya Station” on the Tama Monorail.

By Bus

From Tama Center Station or Seiseki-Sakuragaoka Station
Take the Keio Bus (Sakura 62, 63) and get off at “Atago 4-chome”. The bus stop is right in front of the facility.

Community Place Atago is a community interaction hub that opened this April in the Atago area, one of the housing complexes in Tama New Town where the elderly population exceeds 60%. The facility aims to foster multi-generational interaction.

It features a dining hall that also functions as a café, shops where daily necessities and food can be purchased, a kids’ corner, and a “Day Room” where seniors can engage in health-promoting activities. Additionally, it provides day services and operates a local consultation room. Community Place Atago also plans events to promote interaction among different generations, closely tied to the Atago area in Tama.