Café Paulista Ginza
This is a long running coffee shop which first introduced Brazilian Coffee to Japan.
Founded in 1911, this café can be said to be the original form of coffee shops in Japan. In the past, many famous customers such as Albert Einstein and John Lennon has visited this café. The café was loved by many in a time where coffee drinking had not yet become popular in Japan, but authentic Brazilian coffee was sold at a very reasonable price so that anyone could enjoy visiting without any pretense. The café is particular about coffee beans and uses coffee beans grown without chemical fertilizers from contracted plantations in Brazil and Ethiopia.
Specially selected coffee beans grown without chemical fertilizers are used.
A wide selection of Brazilian Wine and Soft Drinks are also available.
Cakes and sandwiches are available to enjoy a light meal.
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- Postal Code
- Nagasaki Center Building 1F, 8-9 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- No holidays
- Business Hours
8:30am-9:30pm(Food L.O. 8:30pm, Drinks L.O.9:00pm)
Sundays and holidays: 11:30am-8:00pm(Food L.O.7:00pm, Drinks L.O.7:30pm)
- About 5 minutes by foot from Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza,Hibiya and Marunouchi Lines.
Separate smoking area
*No Smoking on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted
- Official Site
- Official Site (Japanese)