View this post on Instagram Tokyo Coffee Festival. A post shared by Naoko Takano (@naokomc) on Sep 25, 2015 at 8:08pm PDT This morning, we went to the Tokyo Coffee Festival 2015 at United Nations University. Out of 10 coffee from different roasters/coffee shops I tried, I really liked: Columbia from Rian Roaster, Sendai. Mexican Kassandra from
Yesterday at Shimokitazawa Open Source Cafe, there was a new gadget in house… Handpresso Outdoor Espresso Kit! As the name indicates, it’s a handy espresso machine that operates without any electricity or heating device. You’ll need some hot water but the kit includes a thermos bottle so you can take the whole thing out for a picnic and other non-traditional locations to brew your own shot.
One nice thing about living in Tokyo is that you get to meet people visiting this city and show them around. This morning a colleague of mine and his wife arrived in Tokyo and we had a fun day around Harajuku, Yoyogi and Shinjuku.
First we got some spicy breakfast at Thai Festival in Yoyogi Park, and ate it while getting suntan at the lawn of WIRED CAFE <> FIT.