Omotesando Koffee
This cafe has closed.

8.410036 reviews

Address

4-15-3 Jingumae,, Shibuya, Tokyo

Phone

03 5413 9422

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4 reviews4 years ago

It is sad that this place has closed. The coffee and atmosphere were great. The house in which the pop-up coffee shop was located has been demolished. But there is still Toranomon Koffee, its sister operation in the Toranomon Hills tower, which makes equally good coffee.

20 reviews4 years ago

Took a bit of tracking down but this place is a sanctuary. Beautiful aesthetics, calm and friendly service and one of the best coffees i've tasted

91 reviews4 years ago

The coffee here was quite nice and definitely a high standard...however the wait is way to long. Please do not go here if you are in a rush. If you have time to spare it is worth it though

19 reviews7 followers4 years ago

The definition of out-of-the-way : hole-in-the-wall, this backstreets coffee house is as easy to miss as it is important that you don't. Wandering the backstreets of Harajuku and Omotesando, I walked past this place twice before finding it. I'd been told that it was THE place for coffee in Tokyo, so I'm glad I eventually found my way in. Friendly service and a chat from the owner, delicious baked custard cubes, and a fresh pour over on ice hit the spot. Soak up the serenity in the peaceful front garden (but don't bring more than 4 of your mates!), and enjoy coffee at its most Japanese - minimal, beautifully presented, and served with a big smile. Definitely my top pick in Tokyo so far.

19 reviews7 followers4 years ago

The definition of out of the way / hole-in-the-wall, this unassuming backstreets coffee house is as easy to miss as it is important you don't. This has been the number one recommendation to me for coffee in Tokyo, and I quickly discovered why. The tiny front garden (don't bring more than 4 friends!), the minimalist layout, the peaceful atmosphere and friendly service make this a worthy entry on any must-visit list. Have a coffee (mine was iced), have a chat to the owner, try a baked custard cube, and soak up the serenity. It's well worth your time.

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