Persona 5 Hideout

The group in Café Leblanc planning their first heist

Café Leblanc (純喫茶ルブラン, Junkissa Ruburan)? is a location in Persona 5, as well as the main hub of the game.



Persona 5Edit

The protagonist lives in a coffee shop in Yongen-Jaya owned by Sojiro Sakura, an acquaintance of his parents, where he and his friends plan their heists after a certain point in the game. The protagonist's room is in the attic. Morgana also lives here.

Areas of interest (Ground Floor)Edit

Areas of interest (Attic)Edit

  • Bed - Sleep and progress to the next day
  • TV - Watch a rented DVD or play a video game
  • Cardboard Box - Obtain downloaded DLC content
  • Plant - Can be fed nutrients about once a week to obtain points in Kindness. The best fertilizer, located in Shinjuku, can raise 3 points.
  • Laptop - Buy items from Tanaka's Shady Commodities (must buy laptop from Yongen-Jaya recycling shop, then fix with rank 4 in Proficiency)
  • Chair/Wooden beam - Training
  • Desk - The protagonist can craft Infiltration Tools. Some decorations and crane game dolls are placed here:
    • Crane game dolls: Jack Frost, Burger-kun, Wanna-kun, Lexy and Sheep Man.
    • Hamaya - A charm bought from a visit to Meiji Shrine with Yusuke Kitagawa
    • I <3 Tokyo Shirt - A shirt bought from a visit to Asakusa with Futaba Sakura
  • Shelf - The protagonist can customize the room with 18 items and 5 dolls by examining the shelf when they have an item. These include:
    • Giant spatula - A large spatula obtained from a visit to Tsukishima with Haru Okumura
    • Hero figure - A figure obtained by going to Akihabara with Futaba Sakura
    • King piece - A large shogi piece decoration obtained from a date at Jinbocho with Hifumi Togo
    • Kumade - A decoration obtained from an event on November 6 at Asakusa with Haru Okumura
    • Ramen bowl - A piece of food decor obtained by going to Ogikubo with Ryuji Sakamoto
    • Sushi mug - A small tea mug obtained from dinner at Ginza's sushi restaurant with Ichiko Ohya
    • Swan boat - A small figure of a swan boat obtained by going to Inokashira Park with Munehisa Iwai
  • Floor Space - The empty area by the houseplant can be filled with one of these decors:

Persona 5 The Animation The Day BreakersEdit

The Phantom Thieves of Hearts use Café Leblanc to lure in Kazuya Makigami and his gang. They leave a calling card for Kazuya, and set off an alarm that the protagonist got from Munehisa Iwai when they come to rob the store, causing the gang to panic and run away.

Persona Q2: New Cinema LabyrinthEdit

Café Leblanc is seen at the start and the end of the game, and is the place where the Phantom Thieves of Hearts enter Mementos from.


P5 concept art of Cafe Le Blanc, 01
Concept art of Café Leblanc
P5 concept art of Cafe Le Blanc, 02
Concept art of Café Leblanc
Protagonist's room
P5D Cafe Leblanc background
Café Leblanc background in Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight


  • The café is likely named in reference to Maurice Leblanc, the author of the Arsène Lupin stories.
  • Unused files in the game indicate that the protagonist was supposed to be able to customize his entire room in Persona 5. However, in the final game, he can only customize his shelf and desk, as well as add lights and some ceiling decoration.
  • In Persona 5 Royal, the coffee grinders in the shop change to automatic during the third semester.
  • During January 1 to January 9 in Royal, the "Sayuri" painting vanishes from the Leblanc wall. It will return when the Phantom Thieves snap out from the fake reality.
  • The location and exterior of Leblanc (and Yongen-Jaya) is inspired by by a real bar called New Marina in Sangenjaya district of Setagaya City, Tokyo.

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