With traditional techniques and soulful dishes.
In the year 2021, AMENOKAKU COFFEE was quietly born in a corner of Nara, the ancient capital of Japan.
The store was born out of a desire to let customers enjoy Nara's world-class history and traditions to their heart's content.
We offer handmade sweets made with Nara's finest ingredients and coffee.
Please enjoy a quality time with our dishes that are made with craftsmanship and thoughtfulness.
Commitment to Coffee
Carefully selected from all over the world
High-quality beans from around the world
A special cup of coffee
AMENOKAKU Coffee is a brand of coffee made from carefully selected high quality beans from all over the world. This coffee is brewed from carefully selected beans and has a well-balanced aroma, richness, and sweetness. In addition, Tenkaku Coffee is carefully and painstakingly roasted to provide a fresh taste when brewed.
About Roasting Machines
OLD PROBAT L5 1996
Imported from Germany, the OLD PROBAT L5 1996 is a traditional coffee roaster introduced in 1996. This model was manufactured by OLD PROBAT, a well-established brand that has been highly respected in the coffee industry for many
It is equipped with features that allow for a high degree of control in the roasting of coffee beans. It can precisely adjust factors such as temperature, time, and air volume during the roasting process, and its superior performance and robustness allow it to maximize the flavor of the coffee beans and achieve consistent quality roasts.
Commitment to Water
Using Nara's natural water "Gorokoro-mizu
Gorokoro Water" is a natural water from the Yoshino region of Nara Prefecture, and its name comes from the limestone chunks and sand that are found in the water.
The water is rich in natural minerals and is recognized for its smooth taste and flavor as it passes through limestone formations that serve as natural filters.
The unique water quality enhances the taste of food and coffee.
Commitment to Vessels
Using Pottery Made in Japan's Ancient Nara Period
Naraki" is a type of pottery produced in Japan during the ancient Nara period. It was made in the Yamato region, mainly in Nara Prefecture, and was mainly used as earthenware, roof tiles, and other daily necessities. During the Nara period (710-794), many temples and Buddhist statues were created under the influence of Buddhist culture, and Nara ware was also used as ritual utensils in temples and shrines and as earthenware in cemeteries.
Nara ware has a distinctive color and texture because it is made by kneading clay and then firing it using a unique process. To prevent the clay from mixing with each other, Nara ware is made by overlapping and combining different parts of the clay or by scraping it horizontally. This unique manufacturing process gives Nara ware its beautiful patterns and curves, and a special texture.
Commitment to Food
Nara's strong commitment to food and culture Enjoy Nara's strong commitment to food and its culture
Nara offers a wide variety of traditional dishes made with local ingredients and freshly prepared using organic farming methods.
There are also many farmers and small farms, and there are many "direct sales" places that sell locally grown food directly to the public.
Commitment to Bread
Not-So-Sweet" Bread Made with Flour from Nara Prefecture
In the midst of the boom in sweet high-grade bread, we felt uncomfortable with the "sweetness" of the bread we eat every day.
Mikatayama bread" was born out of the desire to create a loaf of bread that is not sweet, but rather noble and unique to Nara, using flour produced in Nara Prefecture and actively incorporating organic ingredients grown naturally to maximize the flavor and nutrition of fresh ingredients. The bread looks hard, but when you eat it, it is soft and chewy.
It goes great with a cup of coffee.
Commitment to Food
Dishes that remind you of Nara's food culture
Nara's traditional ingredients such as "Yamato vegetables," "Yamato beef," "Yamato pork," and "Yamato chicken" are used in abundance, allowing diners to experience the culinary culture of Nara.
We work closely with local farmers to bring out the best of the season's bounty, allowing you to enjoy the rich flavors and colors of Nara's culinary culture and delicacies through dishes that combine our commitment to the ingredients with our own creativity.
Our sandwiches, sausages, ham, and other dishes are served in the restaurants of famous hotels.
Commitment to Wine
Providing an exquisite wine experience
Coffee and wine are similar in that they are both agricultural products, The quality of the wine is greatly influenced by the producer, the weather, the soil, and the so-called "heaven," "earth," and "people" of the year, which is
becoming commonplace in the case of wine.
We offer a wide range of wines in a variety of styles and price ranges, taking into consideration factors such as quality, flavor, and balance. We also offer a wide variety of wines, from classic classics to rare vintages.
Our selection of high quality wines are carefully selected from around the world to provide our customers with an exquisite wine experience.
Special natural products from coffee to wine!
Of course, we also carry wines from Nara Prefecture.
A space filled with the pleasant aroma of coffee and a warm atmosphere
Our restaurant welcomes you in a cozy space that blends Nara's historical atmosphere with modern design. As soon as you pass through the entrance, you will be surrounded by the pleasant aroma of coffee and the warm atmosphere, creating a relaxing space.
At AMENOKAKU Coffee, you can enjoy a special occasion dinner, a meal with friends and family, or a business lunch. We promise to provide you with a pleasant moment and delicious food