A new cafe opened two months ago in my city, and an ad said I could have a coffee for 200 yen there. You know, a coffee of Doutor costs about 200 yen too, so I think that's the psychological threshold for those who love to drink coffee so often.
The name of this cafe is "Tribe", and this cafe served coffee made from beans harvested mainly in Africa.
Can you see the pictures on the sides of the counter? I thought those black people represented the word "Tribe".
There were only four seats for customers, and basically you should buy coffee to take out with your own cup. The right brown stuff is called "Karintou", and it is a snack made from wheat and sweetened with black sugar.
The coffee I ordered tasted really good. And the shop clerk roasts coffee himself with that machine and that must be the reason for the tastiness.
I hoped this coffee shop will do good business for a long time to come. I sometimes find good cafes, but some of them go out of business so easily.