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Zoka: Mejiro ゾッカコーヒー 目白店 Cafes / Ikebukuro

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This coffee shop was born in 1997 in Seattle. Presently there are 2 branches operating within the metropolitan area. Growing up in the middle of Japan’s cafe & coffee explosion, this coffee shop is committed to providing and using only the very best coffee beans. They also put a lot of energy into training their baristas. These days, they’ve become an exceptionally popular authority on coffee in Seattle. In order to maximize their customers’ enjoyment of the fragrant coffee, the cafe is entirely non-smoking.

Categories Cafes
Nearest Station Mejiro
Address 3-3-1 Mejiro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5988-5578
Home Page http://www.zoka-coffee.com (In Japanese)
Business Hours Weekdays: 7.30am-10pm; Weekends: 8am-10pm
Price Lunch: 0-999yen Dinner: 0-999yen
Occasion Good for Date, Solo, Group
Credit Cards Yes

2 Reviews for Zoka: Mejiro


Biki
  • Zoka: Mejiro
  • (2008-12-11)
  • I'm always happy to visit this cafe because all the staff are always smiling, what seems to be genuine, smiles. The coffee is usually very good, but leaves an odd aftertaste at times. This cafe also specializes in simple cafe art. On the second level there is a counter where you can do some people watching, as it faces Mejiro station. If you venture further in there are a few comfy couches ava... Read More

Nico
  • Excellent lattes
  • (2008-07-29)
  • I worked as a barista for a while, and watching somebody murder a latte makes me cringe. At Zoka, however, I want to jump behind the machine and learn from their baristas, because they’re damn good. I’ve tried most of the menu at Zoka, and pretty much anything liquid is awesome...latte, espresso, clover coffee, etc., all of it is top-notch. The lunch special is not bad either, with a panin... Read More

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Susan
  • Zoka: Akasaka
  • (2007-08-15)
  • Japan has more corporate coffee chains than I've ever seen in my life. Corporate coffee shops have a different feel than homegrown ones, and I prefer the homegrown, local feel any day. However, when I get off the train at Akasaka-mitsuke station, Zoka is a really convenient place to get a cup of coffee. I get kind of feed up with the omnipresent sweetness in American food, and coffee is no differe... Read More
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