Omotesando Koffee

This hidden gem is to become one of Tokyo’s key community players amidst a recent wave of ‘new generation’ coffee shops. It’s owner, Eiichi Kunitomo – operates the serving process from within a kiosk-inspired minimalist steel cube, located within a traditional Japanese house which forms the outlet and the basis of the shop’s distinctive identity.

The result is something which goes beyond the conventional visual language commonly associated with coffee shop chains emerging from western culture. Truly beautiful and unique.

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  1. wilson

    really like this take on merging tea aesthetics with coffee products…i feel that the square ‘o’ in coffee is enough and the ‘k’ may be overkill…it’s already too popular, and the follow-through visually with the ‘o’ is brilliant.

    less is more

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