An electronic board that tells you the progress of your order.
A latte and a lemon cake.
Selling coffee beans from multiple roasters.
A cafe that makes you feel like you have stepped into an illustrated children’s book, in the middle of a Tokyo suburb.
The name derives from those white wriggly things that appear in Moomin Troll.
The ground floor is mainly the kitchen.
Tomato cream gratin.
A cafe latte, a chestnut mon blanc cake, and a pumpkin mon blanc cake.
There’s also a little mezzanine sitting area.
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.