"Coffee Only" says it all. Serving coffee in the heart of Tokyo for over 65 years. A family run coffee shop open since 1948 where 2nd and 3rd generation family members focus on a single thing, brewing the best cup of coffee they can. Café de L'Ambre roasts small batches daily from its collection of beans from all around the world, with many of the beans being over 10 years old, some even as old as 60 years.
This place, like many places in Japan, take their craft seriously, always seeking perfecting with everything they do. They hand dripped coffee using cloth filters with water at the perfect temperature for each brew. This attention to detail, and selection of aged beans doesn't come cheap. A single 25ml serving will set you back between $7 to $11.
Even if you're not a huge fan of coffee, a place like this is still a must visit. The shop just has a beautiful character to it, and it's hard to appreciate the dedication that they have to the art of coffee.