Japanese Coffee

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One of the world’s top consumers of coffee, Japan’s love of the roasty caffeinated beverage has led to meticulously made and innovative forms of coffee. Experience their coffee culture when you shop Japanese coffee online!
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Coffee is said to have been introduced to Japan around the year 1700 by the Dutch and Portuguese in Nagasaki, though it seems it wasn’t well-received by the Japanese at the time–too bitter and astringent, they thought, preferring Japanese tea. However, during the Meiji era, a period of Westernization, coffee consumption began to rise, and today Japan is one of the top consumers of coffee in the world.

Japanese coffee culture has evolved into something wholly unique, and in fact, Blue Bottle Coffee’s founder was inspired by the high-quality beans and pour-over method used at a Japanese kissaten (Showa-style Japanese cafe) in Tokyo.

One distinctly Japanese contribution to the world of coffee is canned coffee, which can be found at convenience stores, supermarkets, and vending machines nationwide. Convenient to grab on-the-go, this type of coffee is available in a variety of flavors including cafe au lait, black coffee, and low sugar. Japanese canned coffee is available heated in the colder months, as well as cold in the hotter months.

Aside from Japanese canned coffee, Japanese instant coffee is another convenient way to get your caffeine fix at home or in the office. The Japanese chemist Satori Kato was one of the first to invent instant coffee that would dissolve in hot water (unknowingly, his invention was preceded by David Strang of New Zealand by 2 years). Enjoy the uplifting scent of roasted coffee in the morning, even if you can barely lift a finger before your first jolt of caffeine.

Japanese iced coffee is another popular form of the drink, that’s easy to make it home. It consists of coffee that’s brewed hot over ice. As it drips down, the ice chills the coffee instantly and preserves the flavors that would be lost through other methods, like just adding ice cubes to a cup of brewed coffee. The method of making Japanese iced coffee results in a flavorful and more complex cup of joe.

For a sit-down experience, coffee shops and chain restaurants offer something called “morning sets,” inexpensive breakfasts including coffee and a light Western-style meal, which became popularized in Nagoya, Japan around 60 years ago. Usually this breakfast includes toast, eggs, sausage or ham, and a salad. An alternative to the classic Japanese fish-rice-soup breakfast at home, a morning set is offered at cafes and family restaurants to provide a quick bite before work.

Get the full cafe experience right at home. Browse and buy Japanese coffee online, and find your new favorite beans or instant coffee. You deserve it!