Latté Art Comes in Rainbow Colors at Roar Coffee House and Roastery

By on November 11, 2017

Coffee geeks in Tokyo are crazy about Latté Art, a decorating technique that creates different patterns in a coffee cup using frothy milk and a skilled hand.


The addition of art to milk-based coffee invented by Luigi Lupi is an interesting trend that has invaded coffee shops in big cities like Tokyo. 

 Roar Coffee House and Roastery located in Hatchobori, is creating a stir with its artful latté  designs using colors  you won’t find any where else. 

Is the taste of coffee better for it?  It all comes down to personal opinion. The cake coloring Roar uses  does not affect the taste of coffee.  It’s coffee milk with a multi-sensory experience – just like having a nice gourmet meal.  


Latte drinks from ¥380-¥480

2-19-11 Hatchoubori,Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 104-0032
4 minutes from Takaramachi station, Exit A8, by Toei Asakusa Line

TEL 03-5543-6051

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