Following its taste to twist traditions, the house has chosen a tea-centric country to serve its best coffee!
Café Kitsuné, a great premiere in the Kitsuné’s story, was created in a typical Japanese scenery and supplied with baristas trained by Mister Kunitomo Eiichi, the founder of esteemed Omotesando Koffee.
Watch the photographs below to discover Café Kitsuné with all its tiny lovable architectural details.
3-17-1 Minami Aoyama Minato-ku, Tokyo
Close-up on Café Kitsuné bamboo sign
View on the garden of Café Kitsuné (picture by Takumi Ota)
Main room of Café Kitsuné (picture by Takumi Ota)
The counter where you can drink coffee
Close-up on one of the lamps
Overview on Café Kitsuné cups, bags, menu and a baked custard
Café Kitsuné stamped coffee cups
Baristas making coffee in the Omotesando way
Close-up on Omotesando coffee in a Café Kitsuné cup
Café Kitsuné’s bonsai and display of the Pernod Absinthe collection
Sneak-peek of Café Kitsuné items
Antique wallpaper prints
Antique counter unearthed by Masaya Kuroki with tatami covering
Close-up on the tatami covering
Close-up on antique wooden counter
Kitsuné label cds and accessories
Close-up on 10th anniversary key rings and Kitsuné customized iPhone cases
View on Kitsuné Tee items and accessories
Close-up on the Kitsuné Tee collection