Coffee Wrights Kuramae
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Best coffee delivery in Tokyo

Stock up on coffee beans from these local cafés and roasters, and get your caffeine fix without leaving home

By Kaila Imada
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Whether it's for your morning cuppa or afternoon pick-me-up, it's always good to have some quality coffee beans at home. With the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic causing many cafés to close and more people to work from home, now's the time to stock up on your own supply. The good news is, a number of coffee roasters in Tokyo are now selling coffee beans online, so buying a bag or two is a great way to support your local roasters and small cafés.

Here are some of the top places to purchase your beans online and have them delivered right to your door.

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Single O
Single O

Single O

Restaurants Cafés Ryogoku

This Sydney transplant has been roasting coffee in Tokyo’s sumo heartland, Ryogoku, since 2014. Single O prides itself on securing ethically-sourced coffee, which it roasts three times a week from Tuesday to Thursday. You can purchase coffee beans, equipment and even reusable coffee tumblers via the roaster's online shop

Fuglen Tokyo

Bars and pubs Shibuya

Both Fuglen locations in Tokyo are currently takeaway-only, but you can also purchase the coffee beans online. Fuglen offers single origin beans in amounts starting from 100g. Plus, there's a coffee subscription at ¥4,690 per month, which offers three different bags of coffee beans (200g each) monthly. Equipment such as French presses, filters and hand drips are also in the online shop.

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Onibus
Onibus

Onibus Coffee Nakameguro

Restaurants Coffeeshops Nakameguro

Onibus in Nakameguro and Yakumo are only open for takeaway, but the online shop is still open for business. Onibus imports top-grade beans from Rwanda and Guatemala, among other places, and roast them in the shop. You can purchase beans such as the Onibus Blend or some single origin varieties starting at just ¥700 for 100g. The online shop also offers equipment such as drippers and tumblers as well as gift sets with coffee beans and cookies.

Leaves Coffee Roasters
Leaves Coffee Roasters

Leaves Coffee Roasters

Restaurants Coffeeshops Ryogoku

This roaster in Ryogoku sources beans from Africa and South America, roasting them in-house using a German roasting machine. You can buy bags of single-origin beans from the online shop starting at ¥1,200 for 100g. For easy brewing, Leaves also offers quick drip bags filled with ground coffee and 'Stay Home' tasting sets (¥2,700) stocked with four different types of beans.

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ALLPRESS
ALLPRESS

Allpress Espresso

Restaurants Coffeeshops Kiyosumi

Serving terrific coffee out of a café and roastery in Kiyosumi-Shirakawa – Tokyo's unofficial coffee town – Allpress is best known for its mild yet refined brews. The online shop has a 15 percent 'WFH' discount until the end of April. Pick from a range of 250g bags of coffee beans starting at ¥1,800 along with convenient drip bags. Don't miss the seasonal Sakura blend which can also be purchased online.

Coffee Wrights Kuramae
Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

Coffee Wrights

Restaurants Cafés Asakusa

Head to the Coffee Wrights online shop for your caffeine fix. Beans range from small 100g batches (¥750) up to 1kg bags, and the online shop is constantly adding new roasts. Coffee Wrights also offers a monthly coffee subscription for ¥2,700, where members receive three different 100g bags of beans each month. Cold brew, chai tea mix and other coffee equipment are also available through the store.

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Toriba Coffee
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima

Toriba Coffee

Restaurants Cafés Ginza

Ginza-based Toriba Coffee's online store continues to offer freshly roasted beans as well as merch made in collaboration with artists and designers. Toriba sells five signature blends featuring a variety of beans from across the world, plus one single-origin Kona coffee that’s harvested from its very own plantation in Hawaii. Bags start at ¥600 for 100g and gift sets are available, too. 

Sarutahiko Coffee

Restaurants Coffeeshops Ebisu

This Ebisu café has been turning out strong coffee since 2011; it also has an impressive online store. Stock up on all your Sarutahiko favourites including seasonal coffee blends, original goods and even convenient mixers like coffee jelly and a café au lait base (just add milk to serve). There's even coffee equipment for serious home baristas, including weighing scales and coffee grinders. The site also offers drink recipes and brewing tips. 

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Obscura Coffee

Restaurants Coffeeshops Sangenjaya

Obscura Coffee's comprehensive online shop is a haven for coffee drinkers. Take your pick from a range of seasonal and house blends as well as a selection of high quality single origins including beans from Nicaragua and Indonesia. Quantities start at 200g for ¥1,200, but orders can go up to 2kg. Obscura also offers a decaf variety from Mexico, iced coffee bases, and drip bags for easy brewing.

Cafe Facon

Restaurants Coffeeshops Nakameguro

Considered one of Nakameguro's top coffee spots, Cafe Facon is now delivering its famed beans to home brewers. The shop roasts its own beans, offering four blends and a selection of single origins. Browse the online shop for a selection of coffee beans starting at ¥1,300 for 200g of the top blends. Can't decide? The shop also offers trial sets from ¥2,160, packed with four different types of beans so you can taste a mix of the café's best coffee.

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