Tokyo "had" three sacred kissaten, traditional Japanese coffee shops, which lots of people, including ones from ouside Japan, make pilgrimages to them through the year: Daibo Coffee, Satei Hato, and Cafe De L'Ambre. Among them, Satei Hato, who started their business in 1989, is already appeared on VisitJapanPlaces. Daibo Coffee, opened in 1975, closed in 2013, leaving cherished memories to fans.
And Cafe De L'Ambre, the oldest shop among the three launched their shop in 1948, is still available in Ginza as of February 2016. They offers a coffee using "old beans," green coffee beans aged for at least more than a decade. The idea of "old beans" was established by the owner Sekiguchi-san, who is 101 years old, and they has provided it since then. Experience the authentic traditional Japanese coffee.
Day: 12:00 - 10:00
Sat/Public Holidays 12:00am - 7:00pm
|Name||Cafe De L'Ambre|
|Address||Tokyo 8-10-15, Ginza, Chuo-ku|