Serves meat, vegan options available. Cafe inside the Kawasaki Lazona shopping center. Offers vegan items which are marked on the menu, including vegan parfaits, smoothies, and set meals. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-11:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by TripleJ


Points +3638

06 Nov 2023

Yummy but lacks good service

Vegan parfaits are still very rare so it’s nice to have some options! The matcha parfait was very tasty. I didn’t like the tiramisu tho. Way to sweet and too moist, you could tell it came out of the freezer.
And the service wasn’t good.
Unfriendly staff and qr code order which I personally don’t like.

Updated from previous review on 2023-11-06



Points +134

20 Mar 2020


I was absolutely disgusted by the treatment I received by one of the young male staff members at this shop.
He treated me like I was a ‘second class citizen’. I understand that speaking to foreigners can be intimidating but he didn’t speak to me at all, not even Japanese. He just stared at me as I held out the receipt and stared at me as I paid without saying a word. I’m absolutely disgusted in this treatment as it makes me feel unwelcome in a country that I’ve now lived for two years (I can actually speak Japanese pretty well so he absolutely could have just said something, anything in Japanese) again I under that it can be intimidating to speak to foreigners but I didn’t expect much, given that speaking to customers is literally part of his job.
I absolutely will never return.

Cons: Customer service


Points +4999

20 Jan 2020

No veg*an savory food, but tasty desserts

English below👇 川崎のラゾーナに新しくオープンした『伊右衛門カフェ』に行ってきました。さすがに数名順番待ちしている人たちがいて10分ほど待ってから案内されました。






Iyemon Cafe just opened a new branch in the Lazona shopping mall, right next to Kawasaki station. Unfortunately, all of the savory items contain animal products, and we were told nothing could be veganized. So for our purposes, it’s just a sweets shop, as nearly all of the desserts are vegan.

There’s a wide variety to choose from, including Japanese sweets like ohagi and anmitsu. I went with the toffee sweet potato parfait, which was as beautiful as it was delicious.

The place has a nice vibe and the staff were friendly, so I’d recommend popping in here for a sweet treat.

Pros: Nice place, ample seating, Very tasty

Cons: No savory food. Dessert only.


Points +450

29 Dec 2019

Great for vegan desserts

Great place for vegan desserts and drinks. Selection includes vegan parfaits, traditional Japanese desserts, fruit smoothies and soy tiramisu.
Very tasty

Pros: Many vegan choices for dessert, Nice atmosphere

Cons: Only two vegan mains , A bit pricey , Food is slow to arrive

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