My favorite cafe in Osaka, ‘Zeeroku’!

My Favorite Cafe in Osaka ‘Zeeroku’!

Cafe in Osaka Zeeroku

Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries!

I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 8 years.

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I went to Osaka on a business trip. 

This time I went to my favorite café, Zeroku, near the office where I worked for 20 years.

I used to come here after lunch.

The specialty of this café is a delicious home-roasted coffee and a crisp-tasting Japanese-style ice cream in a cute 5cm wafer.

This is very honest , as the price has not changed for about 40 years, at 100 yen each.

Japanese ice cream

The ice cream tastes like vanilla, but it is a Japanese style with almost no fat content.

And the crisp taste keeps you coming back our childhood.

It is not unusual for people from nearby offices to buy 10 or 15 ice creams for their co-workers.

The take-out is wrapped in newspaper, not dry ice.

The store will ask you how long it will take to take it home, and if it takes a little longer, they will wrap it in a thicker layer of newspaper.

I like iced coffee, so I always ask for an iced coffee and ice cream set, 390 yen.(3.9 dollars )

Retro atmosphere

The building dates back to the early 20th century, and its retro atmosphere and old-fashioned interior are sometimes featured in various magazines.

Why don’t you give it a try when you are in Osaka?

You will feel the nostalgic Japan here.

I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!

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