Mar 23

Rokucyoume Café / 六丁目cafe.

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My friend Becky suggested that we visit Rokucyoume Cafe (六丁目cafe) in the morning on one the shop’s days off – it was a newly opened Japanese-styled cafe that she really wanted to go to. I’m not sure if you can tell, but I usually visit coffee shops alone. (Unfortunately – but fortunately for me – I am the only one amongst my housemates to really call my time my own.) It was nice to have friends to chat with and to be able to order generously from the menu – quite a difference from my usual solo cafe trips.

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Negative0-09-7A(1)2Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400, Canon FTb


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  1. Dawn says:

    Your cafe photos always have the perfect amount of light. I’m jealous. The drinks are so fanciful with those designs! I’ve never ordered one like that (or seen ones that intricate). What does the one spell out and say? Thanks for sharing so many photos of this place! I’m glad you were able to enjoy good food with good company. :)

    • Katie says:

      Thank you, Dawn – sunlight makes my day, in every possible sense. :)

      The Taiwanese cafe scene seems to have a penchant for pretty coffee (slightly) over good coffee but I assure you they still taste every bit as good as they should.

      It says Cafe Mocha in Japanese Katakana.

  2. I love the brightness and the light of every shoot in this post! <3

  3. regena says:

    Everyone is saying exactly what I am thinking…the brightness of your photos are great. Is it natural lighting in the room or the lights in the shop extremely bright? The lighting of the photos are outstanding… it makes the photos so natural.

I would love to know what you think.

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