My wife found Hayashi Cafe (林のカフェ） on a blog. Located in Hayashi, there are almost no chances you run into this coffee shop well hidden behind trees. Hayashi Cafe is so nice, I wonder if I should even recommend it. I have a feeling this place will be very popular, maybe too popular.
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J’ai découvert le livre Café d’Hippolyte Courty est écoutant le podcast On va déguster sur France Inter. J’habite le Japon depuis maintenant 8 ans et les livres en français sont un véritable luxe. Voici un petit compte rendu.
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The name of Daibo has been a recurring theme in my discovery of coffee in Japan. Everybody told me I should visit this coffee shop.
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Besso Coffee can be found inside the FLEX Gallery on route 180 which is also known as the Okayama Nishi By pass. It’s not in the center of the city, but it is easily accessible by car.
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After waking up quite early in a Tokyo , I decided to head to the famous Blue Bottle roastery near the Kiyosumishirikawa station.
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When I got off at MidValley station, I wasn’t too sure how to get to Pulp Coffee, but I held my printed Google map and told my patient wife that it was over there, beyond the sea of buildings. After crossing a highway, a railroad track and a river, we ended up pretty much a hundred meters from the coffee shop. We did get lost at one point and walked into a mega mosque
This unique and very beautiful coffee shop is almost hidden in front of a industrial printing company.
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Cafe Rico which is my go to coffee roaster in Okayama is now offering his freshly roaster coffee beans at Tokyu Hands which is located in the brand new Okayama Aeon Mall.
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When I saw the picture of Suiren＋ Coffee Roaster on the cover of Wink magazine, I knew I wanted to visit this cute little Fukuyama coffee shop, but I didn’t expect to be so out there and by out there I mean in the middle of nowhere.
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It was my third day surviving on 7/11 coffee when I walked into Hakuba Baisen. I recently spent some quality time in the mountains of Nagano Prefecture and enjoying the cool air of Hakuba and Omachi, but my coffee addiction needed some quality fuel. By chance, I found Hakuba Baisen in a hiking magazine.
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by Luc Gougeon
UCC or Ueshima Coffee Company is a household name for any coffee drinkers in Japan. The brand is omnipresent and I was super happy to visit their coffee museum which is located in Kobe. It’s also where I drank one of the rarest coffee in the world, just keep reading.
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Mahou Coffee is colorful café located in Ginowan, just outside of Naha City. I am not sure how easily this coffee shop can be reached without a car, but it was well worth the drive. From the outside, Mahou looks like a regular boxy Okinawa home.
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