If you're a coffee lover in Japan, you've probably heard of the Good Coffee website – it introduces coffee shops from all over the country, and it's great for getting inspiration for your next caffeine fix. The Good Coffee Fest is an event that introduces some of these coffee shops in person, with a variety of brews on offer.
This year's event focuses on coffee shops that have opened from 2020 onwards, and the success they've had in the face of significant adversity. Some of the stores that will be represented at the event include Townsfolk Coffee (Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture), Senti Coffee (Kunigami, Okinawa Prefecture), and Ethicus Coffee Roasters (several locations in Shizuoka Prefecture).
Along with the celebration of coffee shops, there will also be workshops at the event to help perfect your coffee making at home, plus coffee brewing items for sale.
The event takes place at the Hanshin Umeda Main Store (1st Floor Food Festival Terrace). The venue can be accessed in just two minutes on foot from Osaka Station.
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