TOKYO | Kanda Coffee is an unassuming cafe near Jinbōchō station and, fitting with the nearby area which is famous for its book stores and vintage stores, has a classy, vintage feel about it. There’s lots of dark wood used in the interior, with barrels for tables, and an eclectic mix of cups and saucers. There’s usually jazz or the like playing through the cafe’s speakers, and sometimes artworks from local artists dotted around the walls.
As well as the house blend coffee, there’s a rotating single origin that changes daily, depending on what has taken the owner’s fancy. Filter coffee is the main option here, with a row of pour overs set up to go at any given time. The coffee is fantastic, and even though you’re only waiting a few minutes for your coffee to be brewed, the relaxing atmosphere helps you leave feeling calm and happy.
2-38-10 Kanda Jinbōchō
Mon – Fri: 7:00am to 6:00pm
Sat: 11:00am to 6:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm to 6:00pm