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At risk of sounding dramatic, we’d like to assert that our Aoyama cafe stands out as the ultimate manifestation of our Japan team’s irrepressibility: a beacon of their diligence, finesse, and fortitude. Located about seven and a half miles (or 12.5…

Opening a roastery in Kiyosumi, one of Tokyo’s starker and more industrial corners, felt like a perfect fit for us. Not only were we taken with the passion and dedication of Japanese kissaten culture in general, we’ve also developed a…

In 1912—nearly three decades after a train station in the quiet community of Shinjuku opened—American poet, Ezra Pound, wrote two short lines describing the bustle of people in a Parisian train station: They were, as he famously put it, “petals on a…