Mission Coffee, a Mission-style coffeehouse in Okinawa

My aunt Jane just got back from a lengthy trip to Japan, and she sent along this fun tidbit:

BTW on Okinawa JoJo and I were drawn to a cafe on Kokusai Dori called Mission -  surprised to find out it was started
by a Chinese-Japanese young man who loves the Mission cafes in SF!  He has a beautiful San Marzocco espresso machine
and drip coffee makers just like Blue Bottle!

It’s good to see now we’re exporting more than just our burritos! Thanks, Jane! (Okinawa rules btw, everybody. Hit it up!)

6 Responses to “Mission Coffee, a Mission-style coffeehouse in Okinawa”

  1. tofupuppy says:

    An old HS classmate just FB linked to his mom’s newly published book on exactly this topic: http://www.ucpress.edu/book.php?isbn=9780520271159

  2. MrEricSir says:

    Whoa, crazy.

    Looks like they have a logo kinda like Ritual’s.

    I googled and found they have a website, Facebook page, and Twitter account, but there’s very little content. Must be fairly new.

  3. D. Jon Moutarde says:

    It’s a small world, after all…

  4. Matthew says:

    Fuckin’ gentrification.

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