We are a group for coffee and tea lovers and people interested in English language exchange over coffee with Japanese and non-Japanese people.
We'll explore the different cafes in Tokyo so we will 'surf' the cafes, so to speak.
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[Our Community Vision]
- To create high quality events for coffee and tea lovers to enjoy.
- To create a safe environment for people to meet.
- To facilitate international understanding and exchange among international and Japanese people from all walks of life.
[Events] 1. International Events We organize quality events to promote international friendship and exchange.
- Language Exchange
- International Parties
2. Coffee Education Events
We work with professional baristas to organize coffee/tea seminars (in English/Japanese) and help coffee lovers know more about coffee/tea.
- Past seminars include: Drip Coffee Seminars, Espresso Science Seminars, Latte Art Workshops, Introduction to the World of Coffee
3. Outdoor Walking events
We also do outdoor walking events to enjoy the beauty of the four seasons in Tokyo
Example: Meguro River Sakura Walk + Coffee, Chidorigafukuchi Sakura Walk + Coffee, Ichou Namiki Autumn leaves Walk + Coffee
[Important Note] - Any solicitation for the purpose of network marketing, business or religious soliciation is prohibited. Any behavior that will cause others harm, harrassment or reduce their enjoyment of the event – is strongly discouraged.
[Volunteering] If you are interested in volunteering, please send us a message. We have many members who volunteer to help the community from time to time.
Let’s walk from Shiodome to Hamarikyu gardens. If the weather is nice, we might catch the sunset.
After that, let’s go to an observatory to view Tokyo Tower and Sky Tree!
14:00 Meet at Shiodome Station
14:15 Visit Hamarikyu Gardens
15:30 Walk to Hamamatsucho station
16:00 Observatory Sky View (Optional)
17:00 leave at your own time
The fees for the garden and observatory is around ¥600 each. You can choose not to visit the observatory and leave after Hamarikyu.
Important: There will be a lot of walking!
See you there!