CAFÉ EL GRECO

CAFÉ EL GRECO is one of the best restaurants to travel in Kurashiki-shi, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for reviews, menu, hours, access, map and photos of CAFÉ EL GRECO posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]

Reviews

A Coffee Shop With Taisho Period Atmosphere & Aroma Of Arts

A coffee shop next to Ohara Museum. The drip coffee of four kinds of bean is mild and refined. You can have a good time with arts and antiques.
kkomund08/08/2017
It has been more than 50 years since it opened. The coffee shop uses the office of Ohara Magosaburo. Rare Cheese Cake is a specialty.

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ADDRESS

1-1-11 Chu'ou, kurashiki-shi, okayama

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