The cafe is not that big, it only has 3 set of tables. The main space is a bakery space, which you can book online to learn how to make cute desserts. The only thing I don't like which is you need to order a dessert + a drink as a set. You can not only order a coffee or tea. Uh... this is a little bit weird.
The whole shop interior is towards vintage/retro style, very fit into Asakusa's Edo Period felling. If you are looking for some special cafe around Asakusa area, this is a good place to relax.
Taito-ku, Tokyo Asakusa 3-chome, 31-7
I usually fancy a cup of nice coffee and a small dessert after clean up my Airbnb rooms. That is how I found this stylish cafe hiding inside back Asakusa area.
The name of the cafe translate to English is "Sweets Factory - Ressources". It is not far from main Asakusa area, but you do need a google map to find it. Because of the small streets in Japan, they just look like exactly the same. lol
I actually miss the entrance the first time when I focusing on my google map, so be careful when you are trying so hard to find it, it probably just in front of you.
So I ordered a cup of milk tea + a pudding, my boyfriend ordered a cup of original coffee + a cheesecake. Two sets cost us around 2300 JPY, I think this is an average price in a Japanese individual cafe. The desserts are great! So fresh and not over sweet.