Tsuji Coffee

Kasaoka is the place your drive through between Fukuyama and Kurashiki, but since I work there once a week, I decided to explore a little. The city is split in two by route 2 and the rail road track and it has a nice access to the Inland Sea. I went for a walk in the … Continue reading “Tsuji Coffee”

Kasaoka is the place your drive through between Fukuyama and Kurashiki, but since I work there once a week, I decided to explore a little.

The city is split in two by route 2 and the rail road track and it has a nice access to the Inland Sea. I went for a walk in the old inland area one more time because I get a kick out of these old commercial streets.  The shotengai in Kasaoka is really old, it could easily be the set of a pre-war movie.

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CoMA Coffee Okayama

CoMA coffee was suggested to me by a fellow Okayama resident and it was a nice discovery. The sign in front of CoMa says The Cafe of Modern Apartment and it does strangely feel like you are drinking your coffee in a fancy living room.

CoMA coffee was suggested to me by a fellow Okayama resident and it was a nice discovery. The sign in front of CoMa says The Cafe of Modern Apartment and it does strangely feel like you are drinking your coffee in a fancy living room.

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