Updated: November 07, 2018
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Moriva Coffee: The Japanese Chain Cafe With Fair Trade Coffee Only!

Moriva Coffee is one of the major chain cafes in Japan. It stands out for offering only fair trade coffee and house-made sandwiches at a reasonable price. Here the information you need about Moriva Coffee in Japan and its menu.

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Moriva Coffee

Moriva Coffee is one of the major coffee chains in Japan. For a chain coffee shop, Moriva is pretty well regarded in terms of quality.

Two things are worth mentioning about this cafe: first thing is that all their coffee is fair trade (very rare in Japan!) and the other thing is that their homemade sandwiches are very worth the try.
The wooded-themed interior is quite appeasing. The concept is to offer a space where people can relax alone or with friends.


You can have the standard coffees either in their hot or cold versions. Blends include an Ecuadorian-based one and one made with Kilimanjaro beans. They also have the in-house Moriva blend. Once again, they are all fair trade. Prices vary from ¥170 to ¥270 depending on the size.

Espressos and Lattes

They have a nice selection of espressos and lattes that range in price from about ¥230 to ¥400 depending on the kind and size. We recommend that you try the seasonal ones. For instance, in the fall of 2017, they release a sweet pumpkin latte that was very popular.

Limited-Time Releases

As is the case with many cafe chains in Japan, Moriva frequently releases some limited-time-only items that are on the sweet side. Their Orea Cafe Au Lait was super popular in the winter-spring of 2018.
This white moka latte drink is the hit of the summer of 2018.

Other Desserts

This affogato is worth the try. It's an Italian dessert that consists basically of adding a scoop of gelato to an espresso.
They have a nice selection of cakes that include mille-crepes and seasonal specials such as this sakura (cherry blossoms) chiffon cake.

Moriva Sandwiches

Moriva offers reasonably-priced sandwiches that are made in-house from fresh ingredients. They are only ¥370 individually or ¥500 as part of a set with a drink.
This one is the Moriva's avocado chicken sandwich. The basil-based sauce is really nice in this one.
This is the spicy pastrami sandwich. The pepper adds a nice accent and it is stuffed with a good amount of veggies.
They usually offer on top of the standard sandwich menu some seasonal specials. This shrimp one was the limited-time item for the summer of 2018.


Moriva is one of the main cafes in Japan that you should definitely check out for their fair trade blends, sandwiches, and seasonal drinks and foods too.

For more information on coffee chains in Japan, check out the link below.
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