Time Out says
Shortlisted in the Time Out Love Tokyo Awards 2017
For those still grieving the loss of Omotesando Koffee, which closed down back in late 2015, this place is sure to bring respite. Opened by the same man, Eiichi Kunitomo, and located in the exact same place (albeit in a new building), Koffee Mameya is a bean specialist with enough shebang to turn you into a proper barista at home. They offer between 15 and 20 varieties of beans, all in 150g bags and with a pricetag from ¥1,200.
Order at the counter and take one home to create your own steaming cup of black goodness in peace. They source the beans from five specific roasteries, so you'll also be able to distinguish your favourite in the long run. As the focus is on selling beans, there's no place to sit down and drink, but regular coffee and espresso can be ordered at the counter. If you're longing for a good old Omotesando Koffee-style latte though, best try sister shop Toranomon Koffee instead.
4-15-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
|Transport:||Omotesando Station (Hanzomon, Ginza, Chiyoda lines), exit A2|
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm daily|
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The best coffee in Tokyo! Quickly becoming known worldwide, Koffee Mameya is absolutely magnificent and their knowledge of coffee beans and what to serve customers is fantastic.
Fantastic Koffee! Lovers of Omotesando Koffee, join me in the birth of the latest edition of Koffee Mameya! At the original space, I managed to visit the newly opened cafe, barely 3 weeks of opening. Congratulations to both owner owner Eichii Kunitomo and barista Takamasa Miki who were both there to chat with me over two cups of coffee, one a dripped and second an espresso. The new kafe is so neat and stocked with beans from Japan and around the world, such as Melbourne, Hong Kong etc. Andrew from atomi / Singapore