Akaneya Coffee : 茜屋珈琲店
Cafe Where Every Menu Item is an Original.
Coffee, black tea, grape juice, iced cocoa, gourmet sweets -- all 800 yen. Daily premium coffee and cheese cake & drink sets also available. Cups and saucers by ceramicist Ookura Toen. Staff picks out the particular cup/saucer depending on each guest's preference.
- Hours :
- 09:00-18:00 (-20:00 in summer)
- Date(s) :
- Open daily throughout the year (with occasional closures).
- Average Price :
- Credit Cards :
- VISA, MasterCard, Amex
- Reservations :
- Not required
- Capacity :
- Seating Style :
- Chairs(44 seat(s))
tel : +81(0)267-42-4367 fax : +81(0)267-42-7613
- By Train
- From Karuizawa Station(JR Hokuriku(Nagano) Shinkansen), 2km (approx. 25 min on foot). Located at the end on the left of the Kyu-Karu Ginza shopping street.
- By Car
- From Usui-Karuizawa IC, 20 min (17km)
- 666 Karuizawa, Karuizawa, Kitasaku 389-0102
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