Tokyo's Sarutahiko Coffee is a home-grown Japanese cafe that features local and artisanal products. The shop's newest location is its second in Tokyo and boasts a rustic design aesthetic. In addition to the cafe's raw wood fixtures and retro furniture, its menu and logo branding also draws inspiration from the past.
The coffee shop's signage is minimalist and vintage-themed, appealing to fans of graphic design with an appreciation for a fine quality morning brew. While the shop's interior boasts blue-tinted walls and recycled wood paneling, its machinery is even more impressive. Sarutahiko Coffee is home to a 35kg Loring Roaster, allowing its baristas to roast a fresh product in-house.
Moreover, the shop's take-away cups boast vibrant graphics that blend together both cultural art and modern typography.
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