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The coffee shop located conveniently within 2 minutes’ walk from Hisayaodori subway station, Kato Coffee is a shop that specializes in coffee beans and it is well known nationwide for its internet shop selling coffee beans directly bought from countries all over the world. Since its opening in 1986, it has been loved by both locals and coffee lovers all over the country. Their direct import network enabled them to sell high quality products for reasonable prices. They set reasonable prices even for some precious coffee, such as the one rewarded “Cup of Excellence”, the award given only to the highest quality coffee of the year.
- Sakura Building 1F, 1-3-2 Higashisakura, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
- Contact No.
- 2-minute walk from B5 exit of Hisayaodori station on Nagoya Municipal Subway Sakuradori line.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- [Monday-Friday]7:00-19:00[Saturday, Sunday, National Holiday]8:00-17:00
- Official Website
- Other Information
- *Average budget （per person）: Lunch-999 yen, Dinner 1,000 yen-Menu: Morning Nagoya Set 500 yen, Kinpakutsuki Shachi Coffee Zenzai 550 yen, Royal Mild Blend 380 yenCredit cards accepted
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High Quality, Low Price!
What makes Kato Coffee so special is absolutely its high quality coffee along with its reasonable prices. Their coffee master, the specialist of coffee carefully selects coffee beans and purchases them in bulk by the container from all over the world. It enables them to serve high quality coffee for reasonable prices.
Good Value Set Menu in the Morning
The most recommended menu is the breakfast special, “Nagoya Set” （500 yen） only available from the opening to 10:30. This good value set consists of “Ogura Toast”, Nagoya specialty toast topped with red bean jam, a boiled egg, and coffee. They use rye bread for the toast. Its unique flavor and texture can be addictive!
Special Sweets Dipped in Special Coffee
The dessert using coffee, “Kinpaku-tsuki Kinshachi Coffee Zenzai” （550 yen） is also popular. The coffee with rich, deep flavor, “shachi blend” is poured onto the dumplings, red bean jam and chestnut. It is a gorgeous looking dessert with even some gold sprinkled on top.