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Island Coffee to Lighten Your Heart

I currently work on Enoshima, a small offshore island home to some of the closest sandy beaches to Tokyo and Yokohama and run a café inside Enoshima Island Spa.

Enoshima island is a popular destination for both international tourists and Japanese residents. There is a lot to see around the island, but please let me introduce our café first. I hope our café can be one of those places where people can enjoy meeting each other and have a lovely communication over a nice cup of coffee.

Did you know that coffee actually has healing properties? A cup or two of coffee every day is a good way to boost mood, energy and relaxing peace of mind. I believe it can even help you to gently heal others.

I find that our “Enoshima Coffee” is particularly delicious. One major feature of Enoshima coffee is its aroma and our secret is in the blend to create sweetness and mellow fragrance. We mainly use fully riped coffee beans from Minas Gerais, Brazil and our coffee is imported for exclusive use at Enoshima Island Spa. We offer cafes for any mood you might be in, including Enoshima coffee design cappuccino and café latte.

At our Enoshima Café we have more to offer other than drink. My favorite and recommendation is our ice “Coffee Soft Cream”, made from Enoshima coffee with added espresso for a rich coffee flavor. The ice is not too sweet. Rich flavor yet clear taste - this is a soft cream for adults! Please try one yourself when you come to Enoshima island. I warn you, they are very addictive.

Please come by and enjoy your time with us. I also recommend that you enjoy the beautiful Enoshima view and let our coffee, the island, and the ocean relax you!

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