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Hario and Good Coffee Workshop
Embrace Japan’s coffee culutre

Go deep into Japan’s rich and delicious coffee history by partaking in a workshop with one of the best barista in Tokyo at Hario café.
Located in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, HARIO Co., Ltd has been dedicated to the design, production, and sale of heatproof glass since 1921 and is the only heat proof glass manufacturer in Japan to have a factory in Koga, Ibaraki.

The company began as a manufacturer of laboratory glassware and expanded their production to household items in 1948, starting with the coffee syphon. Their V60 coffee dripper is recognized and beloved by baristas around the world.

The experience is a private workshop organized only for you before the HARIO café opened from 11am. The tour is designed to extend two more hours to explore the area of Nihonbashi after the workshop for a half-day (4 hours), or you can spend the rest of your day with your guide for a full day (8 hours). A full-day tour is recommended for first-timers in Japan.

We hope you will have a relaxing morning with good coffee and comfortable travelling tips to help you with the rest of your stay in Japan.
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  • 9:00 - Meeting with your guide at your hotel lobby. Greeting, orientation and transport to HARIO Café.
  • 10:00 - HARIO café good coffee workshop (60mins)
    Workshop – How to enjoy good coffee.
    Introduction by Mr Takahashi, a manager of HARIO café

    You’ll learn two ways of brewing good coffee using the items below.

    1) Hand dripper and filtered coffee

    2) Syphon Coffee (prepared by a syphonist)

    Enjoy a tasting of both types and use the HARIO V60 to make your own coffee.
  • 11:00 - Tokyo Orientation Tour
    This four-hour program includes a visit to the Nihonbashi area where HARIO café located till 13:00pm.
  • Other potential highlights
    Exploring small historical shops
    Brushes, Calligraphy supplies, Japanese washi paper, Crafts, Cutlery, Edo Kiriko cut glass Edo Komon-style Kimono, Yukata and Japanese towel, Edo-style brooms, Laquerware, Chopstick shop and more…
  • Optional: Tour extension
    You can extend the tour for an eight-hour experience, finishing at your hotel at 17:00pm. We'd suggest if this is your first time to Japan, a round trip through Tokyo. You’ll discover Tokyo landmarks and key locations like Nihonbashi, Asakusa, Kappabashi, Ginza, Yanesen, Shibuya and Omotesando. Or we are happy to take you to where you’d like to go.
  • Want to let your interests guide you? Then why not check out our tours arranged by theme? Gastronomy, wellness, history, nature, adventure, or contact us for tailor-made options.

  • Have some spare time, and want to make the most of it? Whether it’s a one-day activity or a multi-day tour through some of the nation’s most fascinating cultural landmarks and offerings, we’ve got you covered. Food, spirituality, history and adventure, it’s all here.

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