La vie en Café is located in a very odd little building behind the Okayama City Symphonic Orchestra. If you spend enough time in Japan, you quickly realize that there is not many old buildings in Japanese cities. This building seem to be clinging to another age among a sea of new constructions since it survived the bombing of Okayama. (Okayama castle which is about 5 min away was severely damaged)
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Coffee is addictive and finding a place to drink some is even more addictive.
I’ve drank coffee pretty much every where I ever been and my last visit to Osaka brought me to Link Handmade Roast Coffee just off the popular Shinsaibashi.
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Have you ever been away from home for a very long time? I’ve now been away from Montreal since late July 2008 and I’ve noticed that what I miss the most from back home is food. Maple syrup, smoked meat and poutine seem to be part of my DNA.
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I have walked in front of this discreet coffee shop on numerous occasions without really noticing it. Kurashiki Coffee-Kan is located right in the heart of the historic Bikan area of Kurashiki city in Okayama Prefecture. I think I might have found my little coffee heaven only 20 min from my house.
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