#051~100, Japan, Kyoto

#052: Shuhari Dolce

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A stylish cafe within the Fujii Daimaru shopping mall building.

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Irish Malt – milk tea with a whiff of whiskey.

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Shuhari Dolce (シュハリ ドルチェ)
5th floor of Fujii Daimaru, Shijo Teramachi, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
京都府京都市下京区四条寺町、藤井大丸5F
Homepage: http://www.shuhari-de-eat.com/shuhari/dolce/index.html
<photos from Monday 23 June 2014>

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#051~100, Japan, Kanagawa

#051: Naruco Cafe

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Up some stairs and we reach the entrance.

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This is a little gallery selling accessories and goods as well as a relaxing cafe.

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Earl grey tea with a teeny pitcher of milk.

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Iced strawberry chocolat au lait.

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Creamy bacon and mushroom rice.

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Soy milk quiche with pasta salad, green salad and toast.

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Three-coloured Japanese ice cream parfait.

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Naruco Cafe
2nd floor of 5-27-12 Sagamiono, Minami-ku, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan
神奈川県相模原市南区相模大野5-27-12、2F
Homepage: http://www.narucocafe.com/
<photos from Saturday 14 June 2014>

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#001~050, Japan, Tokyo

#050: Horiguchi Coffee Setagaya

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Out of four locations, this one apparently has the most cafe space and selection of food to go with your coffee.

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They have nine roasts and show you their acidity, bitterness and richness as well as their flavours with this table.
When asked, the staff will also let you know which coffee matches well with your choice of cake or sandwich, and vice versa.

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Foreground: a large cup of coffee number 3, along with a mont blanc (chestnut cream cake).
Background: a medium cup of coffee number 4, accompanying tuna and caper toasted sandwiches.

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Apple pie.

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Horiguchi Coffee – Setagaya (堀口珈琲 世田谷店)
1-12-15 Funabashi,  Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan
東京都世田谷区船橋1-12-15
Homepage: http://www.kohikobo.co.jp/shop/setagaya/
English page: http://www.kohikobo.co.jp/en/
<photos from 13 June 2014>

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Out of NZ on Holiday

Dear wanderers of Caffeine86,

I am currently in Japan on holiday for a month, so cafe updates will be snail-paced.

While I’m here, I’ve managed to go to two cafes so far, which will be introduced here soon.
I’m not quite sure how many more I will get to go to, but hopefully at least another two or three… We’ll see.

Thank you for your patience,

 

Lisa Tahara
(on holiday in Japan from 9 June till 3 July 2014)

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