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Apr. 14, 2020 UPDATE

[Closed] MonoArt coffee roasters

Traveler Friendly
The menu includes English, and the staff can speak basic English.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Basic English
54 4 --- 0 reviews
Apr. 14, 2020 UPDATE

[Closed] MonoArt coffee roasters

Traveler Friendly
The menu includes English, and the staff can speak basic English.
Menu
English
Languages spoken
Basic English
54 4 --- 0 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Obsessive and freshly roasted, MonoArt’s coffee is art itself
Situated only a minutes’ walk from the Hankyu Karawamachi station, MonoArt coffee roasters is a specialty coffee shop that obsesses over not only the beans and roasting but the freshness of their coffee as well. MonoArt coffee roasters are adamant about roasting their beans every day and only serving coffee roasted within the last 48 hours, so that people can enjoy the natural flavors and aromas of the coffee. This steadfast devotion means that whatever you choose at MonoArt is always sure to be freshly roasted. The reason behind this obsession with freshly roasted coffee is simple; it’s “because it’s easier to drink” says owner Kawaguchi. Kawaguchi continued, saying, “To me, easy to drink means good.” Kawaguchi also explained that his dedication to freshly roasted coffee also comes from two desires of his. The first, the desire to have customers enjoy the natural flavors and aromas of coffee, and the second, the desire to have them, through the tasting of those natural flavors, appreciate the farmers who painstakingly grew the beans. The name MonoArt coffee roasters originates in the idea that coffee roasting is both an art and a craft (Japanese: monodzukuri). Both art and craft require creativity, the ideals of the creator and materialize only with a certain level of obsession. Kawaguchi says that similarly coffee roasting, too, requires a clear image of the desired flavors and the creativity to draw out the potential of the beans. In short, the coffee at MonoArt is all of Kawaguchi’s thoughts, feelings, and ideas solidified into individual pieces of art. Each magnificent art-like cup of coffee at MonoArt is packed with Kawaguchi’s eagerness to have people enjoy and relish in simply good coffee. And when you sit down with one of these coffees, it’ll unwittingly bring a smile to your face. We highly recommend taking the time to check out MonoArt coffee roasters and their obsessively good select coffee.
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Open Hours
9:00~19:00
Reservations
Unavailable
Closed
Tuesday
Price range
Credit cards
Credit Card Payments Unavailable *Payments via PayPay available
Good for
Solo, Romantic, With Friends
Number of seats
11
Private dining rooms
Unavailable
Non smoking / smoking
Non-smoking
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