We had a few things we definitely wanted to see and do on our Tokyo list, but we made sure to leave a few days to just wander around, check out some coffee spots and lose ourselves in the city's incredibly well-curated bookshops.
Omotesanodō: Shozo Coffee and Blue Bean one rainy morning.
Daikanyama is one of those great little areas that is full of beautiful boutique shops with french vibes, right next to the most traditional Japanese paper or kimono stores and more wabi-sabi style cafes. It's definitely one of those places you can spend several mornings or afternoons wandering along the streets and stopping in somewhere for treats.
If you're in Daikanyama and are a fan of books, you must must must check out Tstutaya's Daikanyama T-Site which is a group of 3 buildings (surrounded by more cafe's and boutiques) joined by a little walkway called Magazine Street full of an incredible selection of books - the design section is unbelievable. Just outside it is also a little speciality camera store with everything from a $10,000 Leica to handmade camera straps, to film, to photo albums.
Also make sure to peep into the dog garden and grooming place - your heart will melt.