If you want to drink a specialty coffee in Ginza, you should go to a cafe called “310.COFFEE (Sato coffee)”.
This cafe has an atmosphere that is both stylish and retro.
Would you like to drink a cup of coffee at ambiance cafe?
New cafe started in 2016
You can find the cafe when you walk around Shimbashi station or Ginza station.
The cafe is located on the first floor of the building and has big windows.
You might think the cafe is fashionable and modern, but the cafe is one of Japanese traditional cafes.
Because there are beautiful coffee cups and a home roasting machine at the cafe. You might be able to feel Japan’s good old cafes.
Many menus are essential at Japanese traditional cafes
Specialty coffee with beautiful coffee cups
The attraction of this cafe is the delicious coffee.
It’s roasted inside of the cafe and brewed with flannel drip.
And there are many beautiful coffee cups on the counter.
You will enjoy drinking coffee and looking at beautiful coffee cups.
Hot Neapolitan is one of the popular menu
There are a lot of menus for lunch. Out of all of them,“Neapolitan” is a popular dish.
“Neapolitan” is Japanese traditional spaghetti. It is ketchup based spaghetti and has green peppers, sausage and sliced onions.
The cafe’s Neapolitan uses spicy sausage, so it’s a little hot but it’s worth it!
In addition to it, there are curry rice and toast menus at the cafe. You will try to eat them!
Handmade cakes are also popular
“310.COFFEE” is not only food menus but also cake menus.
This is “Tarte Tatin”. It uses many soft apples.
The cafe’s Instagram posts many cakes, so you might find your favorite cake.
The cafe’s staff might choose coffee that go with cake.
You will enjoy good combinations coffee and cake.
Neapolitan set 1,400 yen
Cake set (Tarte Tatin) 1,400 yen
Let’s go to “310.COFFEE” and enjoy your time!
I introduced the cafe called “310.COFFEE” in Ginza, Tokyo.
I hope you will go there and drink specialty coffee.
If you also eat lunch such as Neapolitan, you can feel happy!
|Address||ISONO Building 1F, 7-11-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Access||Higashiginza Station – 4 minute walk (Hibiya Line, Asakusa Line)|
|Hours||Mon.-Fri. 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Sat., Sun., Holiday. 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
|Closed day||Irregular holidays|
|English speaking staff||Maybe|
|Name in Japanese||310.COFFEE|
* Opening hours and regular holidays may differ from those listed.