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Kaikado Café, Shop, and Studio
Kaikado has been hand-crafting copper, tin and brass tea-caddies since 1875. Its fifth generation owner Seiji Yagi opened this new café in 2017, which sells cheesecake and other goodies from the local bakery Hanakago, alongside teas from London’s Postcard Teas, coffee from Tokyo’s Wani Coffee and their own house-made matcha. The minimalist café in Kyoto’s Kawarmachi district is located just around the corner from Kaikado’s small workshop and flagship store, also worth visiting. Housed in a 90-year-old listed building, the café immediately attracted Kyoto’s designers and architects with its bright interior with concrete walls light golden oak tables and bookshelves, and cooper lamps, designed by Danish designers OeO and made by Kaikado. The Kaikado studio, shop and showroom is a 5-minute walk down the street. http://www.kaikado-cafe.jp

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Japan, 〒600-8143 Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Shimogyō-ku, Sumiyoshichō (Kawaramachidōri), 河原町通七条上ル住吉町352
+81 75-353-5668
Fri - Wed 10:30am - 6:30pm