{  Omotesando Koffee  }

Omotesando Koffee
Omotesando Koffee
Omotesando Koffee
Omotesando Koffee
Omotesando Koffee

Omotesando Koffee is a quaint coffee shop located in a residential neighborhood between Omotesando and Gaienmae. It’s literally someone’s home which has been converted into a coffee shop, but it serves playful and delicious coffee. The very minimal zen-like decor and well designed space makes this one of those places you’ll definitely want to try if you’re a coffee lover.

Since it was quite hot outside, we ordered your not-so-typical ‘Iced Cappuccino’ and ‘Iced Cafe Granita’. Both were yummy but we liked the Iced Cappuccino more since it was creamier. The ‘Iced Cappuccino’ seems like it’s their most popular iced drink menu item.

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Iced Koffee Menu:
- Omotesando Koffee (400yen)
- Iced Shakerato — Espresso that is cooled in a shaker (500yen)
- Iced Cafe Latte — Espresso + Ice milk (500yen)
- Iced Cappuccino — Espresso + milk that is blended with ice, and then blended all together = very creamy and yummy (550yen)
- Iced Cappuccino Doppio — for people who like stronger cappuccino (650yen)
- Iced Cafe Mocha — Espresso + Iced Milk + Chocolate + Cream + Cocoa powder on the top (550yen)
- Iced Mochaccino — Ice + Cappuccino + Chocolate + Cream + Cocoa powder on the top (650yen)
- Iced Cafe Granita — Espresso + ice blended which is like a frappuccino (600yen)
- Iced Baileys Cappuccino — Iced Cappuccino + Irish Cream Liquor (700yen)

Their ‘Hot Koffee’ menu is pretty much the same as their ‘Iced Koffee’ menu without the ice.
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There’s a small bench to sit down on but this is primarily a take-out coffee shop so you can sip on your coffee while you stroll through the shops in Omotesando.

Shop hours: 10:00-19:00

Address // 4-15-3, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-5413-9422
Website // http://ooo-koffee.com/

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9 comments on “Omotesando Koffee

  1. I love your posts! I have lived in Japan for 3 years and your posts make me want to explore more and discover more japanese attractions! great blog. x post more please? x

    and one more question,
    is urth cafe walking distance from shibuya eki?

    Ena on
    • Thank you!

      Yes, Urth Caffe is walking distance from Shibuya but it takes about 15min. Here’s a special walking map for you ;)

      maki on
  2. yeay! thanks Maki! x so much love for your blog. x

    Ena on
  3. Ur blog helps a lot in our food quest in Tokyo last week! Keep up the love for blogging delicious food :) Noumin is our favorite for the one week stay in Tokyo!

    KY on
    • aww so happy to hear that! :) Yep, Noumin cafe is lovely isn’t it?

      maki on
  4. Hi looks like a nice place do you know if they do soya milk ?

    Justine on
    • I’m not 100% sure since the menu didn’t have milk options. (I’ll let you know if I found out)

      maki on
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  6. Great review, and beautiful photographs. We went to this place recently and not only was the room in which the coffee was made incredibly beautiful in its minimalism, not only was the performance of the white coated labman exquisite, not only was there a perfect latte art pattern on the top of the milk froth, but the coffee was extraordinary.

    We fell in love with it and wrote our own review here —> http://www.turningjapanese.org/2014/10/where-is-best-coffee-in-tokyo.html

    Andrew on

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