Learn the secrets of specialty coffee in a charming Japanese folk house café.
Specialty coffee is a term reserved for only the highest quality beans, with only 5% of global market coffee beans reaching the strict criteria.
In this workshop, experience the differences in flavor according to bean type, roasting time, brewing method, and serving temperature, followed by an introduction of what is meant by the name "specialty coffee." Tasting makes these differences more clear, and you'll also learn skills to master pour over (or French press) brewing and try for yourself! After the workshop, enjoy your self-brewed coffee paired with homemade cake.
- Tue. ~ Sat.（non-holiday weekdays）
- 10am ~ 11:30am
- 5 people maximum（2 minimum）
A home-roasted coffee shop with the theme of “coffee as a part of life.” The shop is a nicely renovated Japanese traditional house located on a small street nearby Tenson Shrine. The shop’s high-quality beans, known as “specialty coffee,” are carefully selected by the owner, who buys them fresh unroasted, then precisely roasts them in house by himself. Enjoy a cup of his coffee served at the cafe, or bring some of their roasted beans home for self-roasting.
Okano, the owner of Tenni-muho, apprenticed at a famous coffee shop in Osaka before opening his own shop in this renovated traditional house where his grandfather once lived. He developed the concept for his shop together with interior designer and artist friends, hoping the place would break from conventions of “normal coffee shops” to offer something more. Their endeavor has gradually attracted attention and started gaining recent media recognition. The shop space is also available to rent for workshops, events, etc.