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Sagata Shoten Coffee Shop

An old-fashioned coffee shop [Sodashoten Kisshitsu] was born in Kawaramachi Gojo.

Keiko Ito opened the coffee shop of her dreams, envisioning "a place where local people can gather and enjoy a leisurely cup of coffee. She runs the cozy space with a five-seat counter all by herself. The elderly people enjoying coffee and chatting with each other are just like those at a traditional coffee shop.

Sagata Shoten Coffee Shop

The richly aromatic coffee brewed in front of you is made with beans from Beans Tei, where Mr. Ito worked and studied for four years. Two blends and a single origin coffee of the week are available so that customers can taste a variety of coffees. On Saturday nights only, under the title of "Kakizukuro," they serve drinks and snacks.

Sagata Shoten Coffee Shop

Bucket sandwich ham and cheese 580 yen and blended coffee 400 yen. Morning is a bargain at 780 yen for the set. The baguette is soft and easy to eat, and the sourness of the carrot rapé accents the taste. Medium and deep roasted blends are available in mild and slightly bitter types

Sagata Shoten Coffee Shop

Sagata Shoten Coffee Shop
relay cafe
307-1 Chuan-cho, Yanagibaba-dori Matsubara-sagaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
10 minutes walk from Exit 3 of "Kiyomizu Gojo Station" of Keihan
8:00 - 16:00
Saturday 8:00-15:00, 17:00-22:00
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and national holidays
All seats are non-smoking, no private rooms, no parking lot
PHOTO / Hideya Katsura, TEXT / Eiko Itakura

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