|Shop name||CAFE KITSUNÉ|
|Address||3-15-13, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo ▼ ACCESS MAP|
|Method||Espresso Paper drip|
|Other||buy Beans buy Cups use Terrace use Wifi|
If you are visiting Tokyo, and feel like immersing yourself in the best Japan has to offer in haute couture, spend a day in the Minami Aoyama area. Comme Des Garcon, Yohji Yamamoto and Issey Miyake all have their boutiques here, you’ll see beautiful cuts and creative material, and even if you can’t afford it, you’ll probably purchase something. Make sure you take some photos of the architecture – Prada and Sunny Hills to get you started, visit the Nezu museum, have lunch at Down The Stairs, and then when it’s coffee time, pop into Cafe Kitsuné. We’ve just planned your day. You’re welcome.
Cafe Kitsuné ticks all the boxes – your espresso is pulled perfectly in Japan’s first Slayer machine here, your hand drip is brewed using an original Kitsune dripping stand, delicious Kitsune “wagashi” are on offer by the elegant Toraya, the music is hip (“Say That” by Toro Y Moi is playing now! Watch this music video if you haven’t already!) and the cafe itself is a beautiful entity to lay your eyes on. The last two there come as no surprise, as the owners are two fine gentlemen – one Gildas Loaëc, formerly of Daft Punk!, and two Masaya Kuroki, once architect at Ateliers Jean Nouvel. The fusion of French elegance and the uncompromising Japanese attention to detail is Cafe Kitsuné’s recipe for success.
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