Coffee Specialist Nietzsche: 珈琲専科にーちぇ

珈琲 koohii: coffee Another day, another coffee. This time I ventured to another retro kissaten (coffeeshop) in Naha, called Nietzsche. There is free parking in 2 spots: behind the shop (2 spaces), and in the park across the way (16 spaces). It is very cute and inviting on the outside, very spacious inside with 2 floors. … Continue reading Coffee Specialist Nietzsche: 珈琲専科にーちぇ

Wa Cafe Nodoka: 和カフェ和花

和 wa: this has a dual meaning, "harmony" or "Japan/Japanese," specifically the concept of peaceful unity and conformity within a social group. It is also one of the 4 tenets of Japanese tea ceremony ("wa," "kei," "sei," and "jyaku" meaning harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility). Wa cafe Nodoka is a rather recent addition to the Minatogawa … Continue reading Wa Cafe Nodoka: 和カフェ和花

Tasokare Coffee: たそかれ珈琲

Coffee adventures continue (also see Coffee & Donuts in Okinawa City, Yamada Coffee: 山田珈琲, More Coffee in Okinawa). This time I was headed to a small shop to pick up some tea ceremony supplies in Naha. Nearby was one of the coffee shops listed, so why not check it out as well. This area is typical … Continue reading Tasokare Coffee: たそかれ珈琲

Cafe Station

Cafe Station is located in Urasoe, fairly convenient from Rt.38. It shares a building with HottoMotto (fast food chain bento store), and there is plenty of parking. When you enter, you order and pay on the first floor, then go to the second floor where the eating area is. Pick a nice comfy chair and … Continue reading Cafe Station