CONTRIBUTED BY NATALIA TSOI

Every day I take the bus to my Japanese language school from Onna village, I see a shiny red banner on a street corner along Route 58. One day, I went to see what it was. It turned out it was a coffee beans shop, called the Sansui Coffee Bean Shop.

Sansui Front
Sansui Front

Sansui Coffee provides different type of coffee beans (Brazilian, Mocha, Kilimanjaro, Guatemala, Colombia). The owner also offers his own blends of coffee beans, suitable for regular coffee and café mocha. The beans are freshly roasted in the shop.

Sansui Coffee
Sansui Coffee

The owner is Japanese, but he can speak English. He is very friendly and talked to me while I was browsing the beans. I chose to buy the Brazilian beans, and the owner put in an extra 100g. I love this coffee, it is so creamy and not too bitter when make Espresso at home. I will defiantly buy again.

Sansui Package
Sansui Package

In addition to beans, one can order fresh hot or ice coffee for ¥300. The shop has cozy tables and chairs for comfortable drink of a coffee.

Sansui Interior
Sansui Interior
Sansui Tables
Sansui Tables

Directions: Sansui Coffee is located in Onna Village near Cape Maeda. Take Route 58 north towards Ryukyu Mura. After you pass Ryukyu Mura, drive for another 5-10 mins until you reach a traffic light. Sansui coffee is straight ahead, there is a red banner and red UCC sign.

Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Telephone: 098-964-4723

Website: http://sansuicoffee.ti-da.net

Menu:  Click to enlarge

Sasui Menu
Sasui Menu

6 COMMENTS

  1. Found it! Directions are bad, but the pin is good, use the terrain features on the map and you’ll get there. We came from the 58 north, got on 6 just south if the Renaissance Hotel. Continue on 6 past Malibu beach and the wedding chapel, it is jus about a mile down, will be on the right. The shop is NOT really on a corner, it is very tiny and squeezed between to buildings. Since we were heading south, we were facing it, but it would be very difficult to see I driving north on six. The owner was friendly, coffee is expensive, so will be for special treats only. 984 Yen for 200 grams.

  2. Tried to find this place today, it either doesn’t exist anymore or your directions are just so bad that i couldn’t find it. Disappointing.

    • Hi Rachel — Did you use the map pin as well as the written directions or only the written? We obviously want to have good directions on the site. But I’m concerned whether the map pin is also in the wrong place?

  3. Please let me know~~ Which Japanese language school do you go??? I’m looking the school but I don’t find any~!!!
    I need to learn how to speak Japanese~!!!

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