Cafe Aragin

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Food/Drink | Avg price: ¥400 | English Available: None (Unknown)



  • edthethe

    on Jul 1

    Coffee stand with lots of history

    This place is probably best if you have some use of Japanese. The most appealing aspect is the owner. When we went it was with a Japnese friend, a non-japanese speaker, and myself who knows enough Japanese to have a conversation and give a bit of translation to keep things entertaining for everyone. There is seating for about 15 people along the corner of the street around the cart. The owner spent most of the time not prepping the coffee showing us magazines and videos the cafe has been featured in. Most weekends/holidays they are open from 3 pm as weather allows and weekdays they open at 5 pm. There wasn't anyone else there the day we went, however, it was forecast to rain and a crowd arrived after we were leaving. Usually, the site is pretty crowded and lively. The coffee itself was pretty good. It is brewed in a muslin cloth filter and the beans are freshly ground that day. https://goo.gl/maps/2WBpRYRwTH256ooL8 https://arajin.ewigleere.net/



842−6 Yūrakuchō, Ashikaga-shi, Tochigi-ken 326-0801