Blue Bottle Coffee, Roppongi

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TOKYO | Oakland-based Blue Bottle Coffee have several cafes in Japan, including the Roppongi location which opened in September 2016. It’s a relaxing location – at the foot of an office building, but separated from the busy street and traffic by a bit of a courtyard and tranquil pond. Designed by Jo Nagasaka from Schemata Architects, the space’s aesthetic is modern Japanese, with lots of light wood, clean lines, and open space which makes most of the natural sunlight streaming through the large front windows.

As with all Blue Bottle Coffee locations, the coffee here is of the highest quality, sustainable and ethically sourced by farmers around the world. Espresso or filter, hot or cold, or anything else you can imagine, Blue Bottle offers coffee brewed any way you like, and you’re always guaranteed a good drop here. As well as coffee, a small selection of pastries, cakes, and sandwiches are offered – we highly recommend the tasty matcha and lemon tea cake. Unique to this location is a sandwich made of six vegetables, in honor of Roppongi’s name (literally ‘Six Trees’). Coffee and food can be enjoyed in the cafe or taken away, and beans and an assortment of coffee equipment are also for sale.

While you’re visiting Blue Bottle Roppongi, make sure you visit the the Dragon Light Temple next door, which has existed in some form on this site since the 14th century, and provides a further repressive from the busy surrounding streets.

Blue Bottle Coffee (Roppongi)

7-7-7 Roppongi
Minato-ku
Tokyo 106-0032
Japan

Telephone: 03 6804 6603
E-mail: n/a
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 8:00am to 8:00pm

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