#101~150, Japan, Tokyo

#145: Mojo Harajuku

New Zealand’s cafe and roastery Mojo Coffee’s third branch in Japan opened in Harajuku.

(Mojo back numbers NZ: #023, #032, #036#064, #088)
(Mojo back numbers Japan: #055, #094)

You don’t see the Karma range in Japan so often.

You don’t see lamingtons in Japan much either.

Flat white.

 

Mojo – Harajuku
3-22-15 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
東京都渋谷区神宮前3-22-15
Website: https://mojo.coffee/
Japanese website: http://mojocoffee.jp/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mojocoffeejapan
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mojocoffeejapan/
<photos from Monday 25 September 2017>

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#101~150, Japan, Tokyo

#143: Streamer Coffee Company Harajuku

A coffee place made of three shipping containers.

Climb the steps to the second floor for seats.

A double extra choco cookie, a large latte, and a California latte (salted caramel + almond milk + espresso; season limited).

Climb stairs again to the third floor for more seats.

Iced latte.

 

Streamer Coffee Company – Harajuku
3-28-10, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
東京都渋谷区神宮前3-28-10
Website: https://streamer.coffee/
Facebook page: https://ja-jp.facebook.com/StreamerCoffeeCompany
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/streamercoffeecompany/
<photos from Monday 25 September 2017>

 

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#051~100, Japan, Tokyo

#094: Mojo Waseda

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Japan’s second branch of New Zealand’s cafe and roastery Mojo Coffee, located close to Waseda University.

(Mojo backnumbers NZ: #023, #032, #036#064, #088)
(Mojo backnumber Japan: #055)

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Coffee beans, New Zealand beer, and New Zealand wine are also sold.

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Two or three tables are on the first floor, and more are on the second floor and its terrace.

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A flat white and a chai latte.
(Apologies for the sudden grainy photo – our table was in a dim spot)

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Second round of drinks – a flat white and a latte, with a raspberry & chocolate cake to share.

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Mojo – Waseda
1st & 2nd floor of 110-22 Waseda Tsurumaki-cho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
東京都新宿区早稲田鶴巻町110-22、1F & 2F
Homepage: http://www.mojocoffee.co.nz/
Japanese homepage: http://mojocoffee.jp/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mojocoffeejapan
<photos from Saturday 20 June 2015>

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#051~100, Japan, Tokyo

#056: Brooklyn Parlor Shinjuku

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A cafe and bar with a book store area and occasional gigs.

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Iced coffee.

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Roast pork and veges with salad and bread for lunch.

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All the books here – even the ones provided as viewing samples – are for sale.

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My friend’s berry pine smoothie.

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Hazelnut creme brulee with blue cheese ice cream.
I ordered it out of curiosity for the blue cheese ice cream, which turned out to be a delicious match with the sweet creme brulee.

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Brooklyn Parlor SHINJUKU
Floor B1 of Shinjuku Marui Annex, 3-1-26 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
東京都新宿区新宿3-1-26、新宿マルイ アネックス B1F
Homepage: http://www.brooklynparlor.co.jp/shinjuku/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brooklynparlor
<photos from Tuesday 1 July 2014>

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#051~100, Japan, Tokyo

#055: Mojo Kagurazaka

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The first Mojo cafe that opened out of New Zealand! Opened in 2012.
(Mojo backnumbers: #023, #032, #036)

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Two flat whites.

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Tuna salad panini in the foreground, tomato and basil panini in the background.

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Mojo – Kagurazaka
4-11 Akagi Motomachi, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
東京都新宿区赤城元町4-11
Homepage: http://www.mojocoffee.co.nz/location/kagurazaka/
Japanese homepage: http://mojocoffee.jp
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mojocoffeejapan
<photos from Sunday 29 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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