Koffee Mameya Kakeru

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  • Kiyosumi
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Time Out says

Omotesando’s Koffee Mameya has become a mainstay in Tokyo’s coffee scene, serving up excellent brews while also selling coffee beans from around the world. The only downside of the shop, though beautifully designed, is that there is no seating, so you can’t linger over a cuppa.

Good news: Koffee Mameya has finally given its fans the proper café space they’ve been craving with Koffee Mameya Kakeru, a stylish coffee haven nestled amongst the cool cafés in Kiyosumi-Shirakawa, Tokyo’s self-proclaimed coffee town.

Koffee Mameya Kakeru isn’t your average coffee shop, though. While you can purchase beans and drinks for takeaway up front, the back of the store is reserved for serious coffee drinkers looking to explore and taste different roasts, coffee cocktails and even sweets. 

The sleek interiors just make your coffee experience all the more rewarding: elegant counter seats face the baristas so you can see them in action as they go about making your brew in their crisp, white coats. The venue is in a former book publishing warehouse and the high ceiling is a nice change of scenery from Tokyo’s often cramped spaces.

The main menu consists of three coffee tasting courses (starting at ¥2,500), where you can sample various roasts prepared in different ways – cold brew, milk brew, filtered and shots of espresso. Courses also come with Koffee Kashi, small sweets paired with your designated brew. 

You can also order coffee by the cup (from ¥450) made from your bean of choice with options ranging from light and fruity single-origin beans to dark and robust blends. You can choose to have it black, with milk, or prepared as an iced latte. Be sure to get one of the decadent desserts like cheesecake (¥800) and chocolate terrine (¥800), too. 

Keep an eye on the official Instagram for special events – the shop tends to host regular collaboration sessions with acclaimed bartenders and patissiers from around Tokyo. Previous participants include pastry chef Tomonari Kombu from Un Grain and bartender Atsushi Suzuki from The Bellwood.

Details

Address:
2-16-13 Hirano, Koto
Tokyo
Opening hours:
11am-7pm daily
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