Delicious barista brewed coffee right inside Kyoto Station!
OGAWA COFFEE Kyoto Station located just outside the Kyoto Subway Station ticket gates.
At OGAWA COFFEE you can enjoy freshly-brewed coffee with a plethora of sweets and sandwiches. This famous chain of cafés is very particular about making delicious and high quality coffee, and has many locations around Kyoto and the Kansai area. They also put a lot of thought into the regions they source their beans from and the style of roasting, as well as the atmosphere for their cafes.
OGAWA COFFEE also boast a team that includes many highly-skilled staff who’ve won awards at international barista competitions.
You definitely don’t want to miss out on their recommended Cappuccino, brewed by these expert baristas. OGAWA COFFEE Kyoto Station has all you need to spend a relaxing time with a delicious cup of coffee. On top of that, the location in front of Kyoto Station’s subway ticket gate offers excellent access to public transport.
OGAWA COFFEE is a great place to stop by for lunch when you have some time spare while on the go.
The winning combination of espresso’s bitterness together with the smooth and mild sweetness of milk really stands out in OGAWA COFFEE’s cappuccinos.
The steamed milk with its froth of tiny bubbles is only further complemented by the skillful barista’s latte art, which makes these cappuccinos look just as good as they taste.
And if you’re not convinced by the latte art, take a look at the skillful separation of the brown of the espresso with the white of the milk, this shows just how good these baristas are at their craft.
The baristas can do latte art in the design of your choice as well.
/ BLT（Bacon, Lettuce &Tomato）￥490│Egg, Tuna & Pickles ￥440
OGAWA COFFEE’s handmade sandwiches. Each sandwich is stuffed with a variety of ingredients, making for some quite substantial eats. The BLT features juicy thick-cut bacon, fresh lettuce and tomato that you’ll be just waiting to bite into.
The Egg, Tuna and Pickles finds the perfect balance between the saltiness of the eggs and the sourness of the pickles.
Of course, both these sandwiches go well with coffee.
＊There are also two other varieties of sandwich made with seasonal ingredients.