Hi, it’s Mrs. Wada, back on duty. I’m going to introduce a cafe in Katsuyama, Maniwa City named Capibara Coffee.
Capibara Coffee is located in the main street of Katsuyama Historic Preservation District, known for noren curtains. The way to the cafe is on the right side of this building.
Inside the cafe; there’s a counter on the right and more seats on the left
(window side on left is facing the Asahi River)
I ordered soy milk hot cocoa while Mr. Wada got hot coffee.
We also had their honey lemon toast.
During our visit, they only served toast for food. They have more options for drinks. Checkout their menu here.
||Capibara Coffee (かぴばらこーひー)
||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Check their page for updated business days)
|| １５８ Katsuyama, Maniwa, Okayama Prefecture 717-0013, Japan
If you have a chance to visit Katsuyama, how about have some drink at Capibara Coffee for a relaxing break?
Thanks for stopping by!
Hi, it’s Mrs. Wada back on duty. This time I’m going to introduce another cafe in Akaiwa City, Kimama Cafe. We were on our way back towards Okayama from Vintage Toy Museum trip when we spotted the sign of this cafe.
Kimama Cafe is located in Akaiwa City, 2-km away from Log House Cafe Kiraku (the cafe we stopped by for lunch during our Katatetsu Roman Kaido cycling trip.
It’s a small cafe in a Japanese house. It has three tables, maybe can accommodate around 10 people at most. It was only us at the time of our visit so it was ok, probably it would feel crowded even if another one or two groups are there.
It feels like visiting someone’s place. The cafe is decorated with handmade crafts and many items are for sale. It has a nice mountain view from inside. We only had sweets and coffee but this cafe also serves lunch meals.
||11:00 AM – 5:00PM
(Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)
||844-3 Inamaki, Akaiwa-shi, Okayama-ken 701-2511