Great news for coffee lovers, the famous Omotesando Koffee from Tokyo will be opening in Singapore in June at the new Downtown Gallery mall in Shenton Way.
What was meant to be a pop-up store at a tiny, traditional Japanese house in Omotesando’s residential area ended up lasting for an extended period of four whopping years.
The machiya was eventually torn down and Omotesando Koffee closed back in late 2015. Earlier this year, the famous coffee shop reopened as Koffee Mameya in Shibuya.
There are now a few outlets across Japan and the hipster coffee shop has also opened in Wan Chai, Hong Kong last year. Owner Eiichi Kunitomo has also opened a second concept, Toranomon Koffee at the trendy Toranomon Hills.
Omotesando Koffee Singapore is a partnership between Russell Stradmoor, director and franchising owner of Omotesando Koffee, and Mr Junny Lee, founder of The Work Project—a Singapore-based co-working space operator with a branch in Hong Kong.
What you can look forward to is the specialty coffee bar’s high quality espresso-based beverages and its iconic baked custard cubes. There will be exclusive items to Omotesando Koffee Singapore and we cannot wait to try them for ourselves!
Omotesando Koffee Singapore
6 Shenton Way