Glitch is the kind of coffee roastery and cafe that you'd expect to find in an up-and-coming warehouse district or a trendy residential neighborhood rather than here in business-oriented Jimbocho. Rustic wood and iron furnishings and burlap bags give the place a cozy feel, a nice contrast to the steel and glass aesthetic of the immediate area, and the steady stream of vintage soul music is another welcoming touch.
There are generally five different AeroPress-brewed coffees to choose from, and you may be encouraged to try them without milk or sugar. The outgoing barista-owner, Kiyokazu Suzuki, was the winner of the Japan AeroPress Championship before he opened this shop, and he clearly has a passion for good coffee. The shop offers a small selection of pastries to nibble on, and of course fresh-roasted beans are available to take home.
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