Updated： November 07, 2018
The 6 Inescapable Cafes in Fukuoka!
Here is where to get the best coffee in Fukuoka, from traditional Japanese cafes to modern coffee shops, without forgetting the cute themed cafes! Give it a try for yourself!
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Cafe Bimi is a traditional Japanese style coffee shop with a serene and welcoming atmosphere. It's the kind of place where you can sit and talk for hours without seeing the time go by. The atmosphere is straight out of an other era and that is what makes it so charming. A cup of coffee is about 500-800 yen so it's not the type of coffee you take to go (although you could if you wanted to).
Rec Coffee has a few branches in Fukuoka and some say it is the best coffee they've ever had in Japan. A cafe latte is 470 yen and drip coffee is 430 yen. You should try the chocolate cake or the tart to go with it. The decor is nice and sleek and is the perfect place to start off the day and have breakfast or to relax in the evening after a long day of sightseeing.
What kind of cafe latte do you want? Because they definitely have you covered! Green cafe latte, cinnamon honey latte, caramel latte, etc. They got it and it's mighty good. A cup of blend coffee is about 520 yen and lattes are 520 yen and up. The atmosphere is also very nice and cozy.
moomin cafe is the perfect place to sit down, unwind and enjoy fabulously cute food. Each plate is cuter than the next and it's also good! It's also a nice introduction to Finnish cuisine. I was particularly impressed by the drinks and the desserts! The moomin marshmallow hot cocoa is so cute, it'll make you melt. Or how about trying a blueberry coffee? It's an unlikely combination, but it's very good!
This super slick and stylish cafe is a great place to get your coffee fix. The matcha and espresso drink was surprisingly delicious. The owner is a fashion designer and the merchandise he sells is quite interesting. The minimalist atmosphere is relaxing and inviting. Give it a try yourself!
LINE FRIENDS CAFE & STORE
The store opened on March 19th,2016 and is located on Tenjin Nishi-dori in Fukuoka. Harajuku's Line Store doesn't double as a cafe so it's a good reason to travel outside of Tokyo.There is a variety of beverages to choose from such as cocoa, black tea, royal milk tea, juices, and bottled lattes. The prices range from 280 yen to 400 yen. The prices are relatively low for a themed cafe. There are also desserts such as roll cakes, macarons, dorayaki (Japanese confection) and chocolates.
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