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TOKYO: Glitch Coffee

Updated: Jan 28


35.6762° N, 139.6503° E

somewhere in Akihabara, TOKYO


"Glitch was inspired by the old Japanese K I S S A T E N." 

Def: K I S S A T E N (n.)

A kissaten (喫茶店), literally a "tea-drinking shop", is a Japanese-style tearoom that is also a coffee shop. By law kissaten are able to serve sweets and tea, but almost all will also serve coffee, sandwiches, spaghetti, and other light refreshments.

"I was inspired by the old • traditional • Japanese aesthetics."

the owner told me proudly roasting the afternoon batch of G L I T C H coffee.

"I simply wanted to create a space

for people to come to."

Have good C O F F E E

and a

G L I T C H of good mood.

They come in to

talk

do their thing -

take a moment.

"They really do."

We do because a

G L I T C H of good mood

is reflected.

# pulls people in

from all corners of the street.

"I just love discovering what is it about those precious places and why I fall in love"


That's why.


"This is my A N T H O L O G Y O F A E S T H E T I C S or journals of good taste. I feel I have to have something like this to come back to.

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