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Single estate coffee, directly sourced, expertly crafted, in a laid back setting.

CAFE SALVADOR represents the culmination of our Harvest Journey Project in 2012 that saw us replace all the coffee in all of our cafes with the single estate bean from San Miguel farm in Guatemala and Inza in Colombia. Our head barista Takeshi Wada went down to Guatemala and spent two month living in and working on the San Miguel farm. When he came back he created SALVADOR as the pinnacle of the coffee experience as offered by Cafe Company. The latin inspired menu features various tapas and sandwiches to go along with your expertly crafted cafe latte.

CAFE SALVADOR Business Salon

CAFE SALVADOR Business Salon

CAFE SALVADOR Business Salon is a new style cafe - part cafe and part shared office space. Drop by for lunch or just a cup of coffee, or pay by the hour with free drinks at the business lounge / office area. Located in the Kayabacho / Nihonbashi business district.

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Located within the heavily trafficked Omiya train station in the suburb to the north of Tokyo, the idea of this shop was to integrate SALVADOR into the daily lives of the Omiya community. SALVADOR Omiya in quite compact, but featuring all the same coffee and food menu items of our flagship store.

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*Due to the building being torn down, CAFE SALVADOR closed on Oct 26, 2014. We’re actively looking to open a new flagship location soon, so keep you eyes out!

Marunouchi is the main financial district of Tokyo, full of towering office building and near Tokyo Station. CAFE SALVADOR Marunouchi is located on the tree lined Naka Dori street that is home many high end fashion houses and restaurants. Our flagship store, this is were our baristas come to train and hone their coffee skills. Created as a collaboration project with Conde Nast, the library section of the store is constantly replenished with the newest editions of Vogue, Wired, and GQ.

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