A coffee place with delicious bread, right beside Inokashira Park.
An almond milk latte, an iced latte, and a chocolate Pain Rustique.
A coffee stand tucked away in Tsukiji, not far from the fish markets.
Turret lattes and a piece of banana bread.
A cafe produced by Kaikado, Japan’s oldest handmade tea caddy maker, in business since 1875 (Year 8 of the Meiji Era).
The building the cafe is in is a Registered Tangible Cultural Property, as designated by the Japanese Government.
The handmade tea caddies – “chazutsu”.
Cold potato soup with focaccia bread.
Kaikado blend coffee.
Of course, you can have high quality Japanese tea here as well.
352 Sumiyoshi-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
Facebook page (cafe)
<photos from Tuesday 7 August 2018>
A cafe and accommodation in a machiya (traditional Kyoto townhouse), run by a friendly Australian.
Jaffles (Aussie term for toasties) with salad.
Back: tuna, spinach, tomato, cheese.
Front: egg, bacon, spinach, tomato.
Located in Kiyamachi, the night time centre of Kyoto, I always came here for a night coffee. This was the one time I came during the day, for the sake of photos.
Espresso bar on the ground floor.
An alcoholic bar on the next landing.
Rum raisin ice cream with granola bits and caramel sauce.