Updated: November 06, 2018
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Invicible Butter Coffee Store Opened in Yoyogi, Tokyo

"Saikyou no Butter Coffee" opened a take-out only store on June 7th, 2017 at a location that takes about a 30 seconds by walk from Yoyogi station. If you are interested in butter coffee, or wondering what it is, this is a perfect place to try it out!

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What is a Butter Coffee?

Butter Coffee is a new trend in Japan, and there are numbers of story that shows its effectiveness. Drinking butter coffee has several benefits such as increased productivity and performance. It also helps to suppress your appetite, which is good for a diet too.

What "Saikyou no Butter Coffee" has to offer

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What is so special about their butter coffee is that the ingredients that they use - they selected coffee, butter, oil and tea that is considered to be the best from different perspectives, such as taste, quality and nutrition.

It is also creamy! It actually tastes like a cappuccino, and it is less bitter, so even if coffee is not your favorite drink, you will enjoy it!

Last but not least, the biggest benefit is improvement of your performance! Butter coffee contains caffeine that helps you to concentrate better, grass-fed butter helps you to take in minerals and vitamins, MCT (Medium Chain Triglyceride) helps you to efficiently supply energy, which ultimately keeps you full longer.

Butter coffee on another level: premium butter coffee

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Along with their regular menu (¥650 for butter coffee and tea), they have a premium menu where they use JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standard)-acknowledged organic butter, available at ¥830 (without tax). Just a heads up, premium menu is limited in numbers!

Don't miss out the hottest coffee in Tokyo!

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Staffs working there are nutritionists, so you can ask for advice and they can help you.

Why not stop by and have a cup of coffee to brighten up your day?
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