Kinshicho : Sumida coffee (すみだ珈琲)

Standard cheese cake, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho) Tokyo
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Kinshicho have a cozy kissaten in a Japanese old house.

The kissaten’s name is  Sumida Coffee.

Appearance, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


It is a small kissaten, made from a restored old house.

They buy about six kinds of coffee beans from all over the world those varieties, place of production and method for purifying are definiteink it.

Of course, their coffee is good.

But what most attract us is ….

Nuts tart, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


Guests can drink coffee with glass that is named “Edo-Kiriko”
Edo-Kiriko is  a glass craft that has been handed down in Tokyo.

Of course, it is heat‐resistant glass 🙂

Left is nuts tart (ナッツのタルト). Needless to say, it was crispy and tasty.

My coffee is from East Timor, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


So beautiful…
My coffee was from Letefoho in East Timor (東ティモール・レテフォホ地区, 400 yen). Second helping is 200 yen (only one time).

After that, my friend came. He also ate cake. There were 7 “Today’s cake” at the kissaten.

Todays cakes, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


Every cakes were 350 yen

He ordered a Standard cheesecake (定番のチーズケーキ)”. His drink was mango lassie.

Standard cheese cake, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


This cheesecake tasted very good. So rich cheese taste ! At first, I thought they buy those cakes from somewhere. But the waitress said they cook every cakes at the kitchen.

Also the glass for water was nice !

Water glass, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


My glass after drinking. This pattern is named “Shippo (七宝)”
Shippo is a types of geometric design combining four ellipses in a circle in a way that the lines inside make more circles.

Shippou Kiriko, Sumida coffee (Kinshicho)


Well, the kissaten sell those glasses, and I saw its price. About ten thousand yen !! OH !!!
Umm. I can’t wash ten thousand yen glass at home !

About Sumida Coffee (すみだ珈琲)

Address / 4-7-11 Taihei, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Station / Kinshicho station (JR, Toei subway)
Open / 11:00 – 19:00
Closed / Wednesdays (In case of national holiday it is open and the next day is closed) , 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays
Website / Japanese only)



  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    That’s a very expensive glass!

  2. Happened to stumble across this place while vacationing in Japan! What a treat! It was a moment in time I will never forget!!!

    • Ryoko says:

      Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂 Sumida coffee is very comfort cafe and I want to visit there very often if I live near the shop.

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