Takamura Wine and Coffee RoastersOsaka Japan
This place brought both my beverage passions together – Coffee and Wine.. I place reminded my of the local alcohol shop in Australia called Dan Murphy’s but with a twist.. a built in coffee roaster..
Although a little walk from the Metro, it was worth the visit to experience both of my sensory backgrounds under the one roof.
The upstairs mezzanine of Takamura provided a great ambience. They also have mini Aeropress competitions too.
Hi Coffee Geeks,
I’m Tim coming to you again with another episode of Coffee Geek TV. I’ve arrived in Osaka, Japan. After I dropped my bags at the guest house, I came to this place I learned of called Takamura Wine and Coffee Roasters.
I’m upstairs at the moment in this fantastic cafe. What I love is that it has combined both my worlds. One is my background in wine and the other is my new love for coffee. Let me give you a quick overview of my wine background. I used to work in the wine industry and lived near the wine regions of Australia and used to drink a lot of it. Since moving to Thailand, I’ve found it expensive. and don’t drink as much wine as I used to. The range is limited and the price,not satisfactory as well. That overlapped into coffee and made me to continue to train my palate.
This place is fantastic. Let me give you a quick tour. I’m going to walk down the stairs. Takamura Coffee is rocking. It has got the best range of wines you can imagine. It’s huge and reminds of Dan Murphy’s in Australia. The best feature of this place is the drip bar, where the cafe starts from. They have got a humdinger of a roaster back here. If I could own a cafe it would be something like this because it brings both my worlds together. Come and try this place. Once again, it is Takamura Wine and Coffee Roasters.