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Dear All

A Coffee & Espresso Destination Along the Koshu-Kaido Highway in Tokyo

August, 2017
Dear All, Coffee & Espresso, Tokyo. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki

Tokyo’s coffee scene is growing with independent cafes, with the recently opened Dear All as no exception. Open in 2016, the light-filled, contemporary cafe is a true destination. Found in the suburb of Sasazuka just a few minutes by train from Shinjuku or a swift bike ride from Shibuya, Dear All champions a modern facade of beechwood, concrete and glass with interior designed by local Studio Doughnuts, and custom furniture by Quiet Space Toll & Furniture. Helmed by owners Hoshi and Mei, they can both be found there daily, serving the food or coffee, with beans from Australian supplier Single O and Tokyo’s Switch Coffee Tokyo.

Here simplicity is key, and the coffee is even better.

Excellent coffee, with beans from Australian suppliers Single O. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
Dear All owners Mei and Hoshi. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
The modern and minimalist interior at Dear All, Tokyo. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
Dear All cafe, located along the Koshu-Kaido highway in Tokyo. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
Ceiling Lights by Jonah Takagi. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
Dear All's wire signage was created by Yujin Hataguchi. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki

DEAR ALL
1-59-5 Sasazuka
Shibuya, Tokyo 151-0073

Dear All, Coffee & Espresso, Tokyo. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
Dear All, Tokyo. Photo: Kazufumi Shimoyashiki
August, 2017