Steamer Coffee

Tuesday, December 06, 2016 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Steamer Coffee opened it's first shop in Shibuya (2010) their aim is to create a good cup of coffee to the last drop. Owned by the famous latte artist Hiroshi Sawada, Streamer Coffee quickly become one of the popular coffee place in Tokyo. Now they owned branches in Harajuku, Gohongi, Kayabacho, Sapporo Stellar Place, Shinsaibashi, Kobe Harbourland, Shonan and more.

I decided to visit their original Shibuya shop. The shop was hidden along the alleys of Shibuya and the cafe it self was spacious, decorated in wooden colour with lofty ceiling, communal tables, grey concrete walls, sofas, skateboard and walls of their merchandises.

Iced Latte and Black Sesame Milk Doughnuts (420yen). The quality of the coffee was consistent since I visit them more than once, smooth and strong. The doughnuts was a nice touch to my bitter coffee and they had different flavour available every now and then.

This is definitely the place to stop by and enjoy a nice cup of coffee in Japan. Comfortable spaces with power plug to recharge your electronic, friendly staff and of course a nice varieties of coffee. 

Steamer Coffee
1 Chome 20-28 Shibuya
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to 150-0003
Monday-Friday: 8am-6pm
Saturday-Sunday: 10am-6pm