Superior coffee and delicious sweets served with warm hospitality
Roasting our own coffee beans, and then creating the flavor, taste and quality profiles of each coffee growing region
*Coffee has a life span after being roasted and we are choosing only fresh coffee beans.
Pour-Over Coffee through a flannel filter (called Nel in Japan):
Nel drip coffee is one of the Japanese traditional methods. We put a lot of energy into pour-over coffee in our caf??. It’s one of the most basic, approachable, and effective ways to make a beautiful cup of coffee. First the grinder breaks the coffee beans down into much smaller pieces with varying surface areas. Then these surface areas are exposed to hot water. The hot water dissolves particles from the coffee grounds exposed surface area, creating brewed coffee. So it takes more time to make coffee than any other method of making coffee. Making 1 serving by nel filter, will take three to five minutes.
自家焙煎カカオの羊羹 （Jikabaisen CaCao no yo-kan）
Sweet jellied adzuki‐bean paste and cacao bean paste like chocolate or truffle… these are homemade sweets.
Also we are roasting cacao beans in our shop and you can enjoy fresh flavor with them.
自家焙煎カカオのガトーショコラ （Jikabaisen CaCao no Gateau chocolat）
This is our homemade chocolate cake. We are using fresh cacao beans for making chocolate. Enjoy your time with delicious sweets.
器（Utsuwa）Tableware ～ high quality craftsmanship of Japanese ceramics, wood and flower arrangement
With our smiles and finest services, this is the Japan’s Caf?? culture spirit, Omotenashi.