Picnic in Shinjuku! Shinjuku Mylord Department Store’s Best Take-out!
Jun 25, 2021
One of the gourmet hubs in Tokyo, Shinjuku offers an increasing amount of take-out options. Attached to Shinjuku Station Mylord department store has easy access and many take-out options. From mouth-watering main dishes to tempting desserts it’s hard to choose from the wide selection available, and an elevator from Shinjuku Station’s South Exit concourse to the restaurant floor makes going to pick up food easy. Here are a few of our favorite places with take-out available!
1.Head Quarters cafe
On the 8th floor “Head Quarters café” has a variety of scrumptious café dishes, including steaks, hamburgers and many others. The multicultural American cuisine feels right at home in the casual modern interior.
On top of good food there are also alcoholic drinks and a full dessert menu. The take-out menu changes periodically so if you’re looking for a satisfying meal, a quick drink or a delicious dessert, definitely stop by to fill your picnic basket!
Located on Mosaic Street “Mr.FARMER” is well known for its large variety of vegan options. Through private contracts with farmers all across the country Mr.FARMER makes artful use of the freshest vegetables in its salads, burgers, and open sandwiches. Along with vegan other health-conscious options such as, high-protein or gluten-free foods are sure to delight not just your taste buds but also your body.
Take-out includes the specialty salads, but also vegan burgers, sandwiches, and smoothies packed with fresh fruit and veggies. Enjoy eating your vegetables!
3.MAPLE DINER by The MAPLE MANIA
Located on Mosaic Street「MAPLE DINER by The MAPLE MANIA」、is a sweet shop that uses its namesake, maple syrup in its confections. Follow the sugary smell of maple syrup to find gift boxes of the popular Maple Butter Cookies and Maple Finacier, as well as fresh baked Maple Waffles and a Maple Shake drizzled with maple syrup. A perfect sweet addition to any picnic!
【Shinjuku Mylord Take-out Guidelines】
※Please enjoy your food soon after pick-up.
※Actual products may differ from the photos.
※The menu is subject to change at any time.
※Take-out times may vary from store and are subject to change.
Shinjuku Mylord is filled with a wide variety of trendy items and accessories, particularly women. There is also a number of restaurants and cafés inside as well. Along Mosaic Street, which connects t…
- 1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
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- Mosaic Street: 10:00–21:00
Note: Excludes some establishments
Mall 2nd floor, 2nd to 6th floors (fashion) 11:00–21:00
7th to 9th floors (r
Are there picnic spots in Shinjuku?
Shinjuku is known to be a bustling business district but there are actually many places to lay out a picnic blanket. No need to head out to the suburbs to enjoy open spaces and greenery. For example, just 10 min from Shinjuku Station “Shinjuku Gyoen” is a spacious botanical garden that can be enjoyed in all seasons but is especially popular with picnickers and for cherry blossom viewing in the spring. Another oasis in the city “Shinjuku Central Park” is also great for a picnic. Take a moment out of your busy day to savor fresh air and open spaces and practice social distance.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
11 Naitomachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Opening Hours：3/15～6/30 9:00～18:00 (Last entry17:30)；7/1～8/20 9:00～19:00 (Last entry18:30) ※Seasonal hours apply, please check the website for more information
Closed days: Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, the next weekday is closed)
Access：10 min walk from the South Exit of Shinjuku Station.
【Shinjuku Gyoen Rules for Visitors】
・Smoking and drinking alcohol in the garden are strictly prohibited. Please refrain from bringing alcohol onto the premises.
・Eating and drinking in groups larger than 4 people, except families or others who are living together is prohibited in the garden.
・If you have a fever, flu-like symptoms, are coughing, or feel unwell please refrain from visiting the garden.
・Please wear a facemask and cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
・Please wash and sanitize your hands often.
・Please keep your distance (about 2m) from other visitors.
・Please refrain from running in the garden.
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