San Francisco Bay Area departure of popular coffee loin tally , Blue Bottle Coffee ( blue bottle coffee ) is finally coming to Japan ! The first store th memorable open in Tokyo, fining Shirakawa on February 6, 2015 . Here as a café that features a roasting plant , the Japanese base of blue bottle coffee . To further March 7 was announced that to open a cafe in Tokyo Aoyama .
At risk of sounding dramatic, we’d like to assert that our Aoyama café stands out as the ultimate manifestation of our Japan team’s irrepressibility: a beacon of their diligence, skill, and fortitude. Located about seven and a half miles (or 12.5 km, depending on who you’re asking) from our Kiyosumi roastery, Aoyama is our most spacious Blue Bottle café to date. It’s situated in a tucked-away alley, up a small flight of stairs—a welcome respite for shoppers wanting to recharge between pilgrimages to nearby boutiques like Prada, Issey Miyake, and Comme des Garçons. In its sunny and expansive 2,000 feet, we serve all of our regular treats—single origins and blends as drip coffee, iced coffee, and espresso, plus pastries and savories—along with a delicious new take on beignets. Developed by our pastry department, these beignets are served with butterscotch sauce. And yes, they are best enjoyed on our patio—ideally, with an eye on Aoyama’s stylish, bustling crowds below.