Before Starbucks was a thing in Japan, nearly every cup of coffee was expensive, and coffee shops were classy places for the well-heeled to chat with friends. If you still crave the days of the $10 cup of coffee, Bon in Shinjuku (自家焙煎珈啡凡) is your fix. Nestled underground just meters from the B13 exit of Shinjuku station, you won’t find it unless you are looking for it. Once inside, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported 50 years into the past. The barista is in formal wear, the bar is a rich aged wood, and the coffee? Well for $10, you can expect it to be good.