Jan 28

T. Loafer Café / 閑隅.

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T. Loafer (閑隅) is possibly the smallest cafe I’ve ever been to. It has all but enough space to sit about six or seven people, tops. The size is definitely a push factor if you, like me, like to go to coffee shops alone and easily annoyed by crowds and chatter.

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Negative0-30-28A(1)2Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400, Canon FTb


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17 comments

  1. evelyn says:

    but it’s so cute!

  2. ahomira says:

    that cafe is very cute! :3

  3. Dawn says:

    Ah! The windows make it so quaint! I love how boxy it appears. What an intimate and interesting place to visit.

  4. Michelle says:

    This is on my list of Taiwanese cafes to visit after I read a review by Catherine in the Taipei Times. Now, your post makes me doubly want to go!

  5. OtherMix says:

    That would be weird, only a few people! In the Netherlands it’s definitely more like the more the better! I haven’t seen such a small cafe around here!

  6. awono says:

    ooo…so very cute..wudnt mind spendin whole day there haha

  7. Tanit says:

    So wonderful, a wall made of windows! XD and plants everywhere!

    • Katie says:

      The idea is probably not the most original but I think they made it look so! :) And oh yes, the plants! Couldn’t resist anywhere with lots and lots of plants. By the way I just wanted to let you know I’ve received your photo zines and they are so, so lovely! Thank you so much for sending them my way. I have one photo on instagram (http://instagram.com/p/U5gLkYNohU/) and hope to take a couple with film soon. Have a lovely week!

  8. Mindy says:

    What a quirky and beautiful little cafe. I’d love to go there. I love the tiny little details.

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