When I went to Kichijoji, I had a little time so I took a walk in Inokashira Park.
When I heard that there was a cafe near the park and walked, I went the wrong way ... but I met a nice cafe.
※This article is an English translation of an article posted in January 2019.
About mash iro
Do you know Kichijoji?
You can go by train from Shinjuku.
I found a pretty and delicious cafe just in front of Inokashira Park.
The meaning of “mash iro” is “pure white” in Japanese.
Click here for pronunciation：mash iro
It was a small cafe with a total of 10 seats.
Quiche and mini quiche
The café with a main dish of quiche has a "kimagure quiche plate" with a large quiche with side dishes and salad.
- Today's triangular quiche A or B
- Soup and salad
- 2 kinds of side dishes
- Coffee or tea
But I wanted to eat both types of quiche.
So I ordered for 2 types of mini quiche + coffee.
The quiches of the day were “sweet potato quiche” and “pumpkin quiche”.
It was correct to order both quiches!
There were two types of drip coffee
- Shiro no kehai, juko-naru kuro (680 yen) HOT / ICE
- Ethiopian Wind (580 yen) HOT / ICE
4 chome 7-6, Inokashira, Mitaka City, Tokyo
open 12: 00~
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Kichijoji Station：11 minutes on foot from the south ticket gate park exit (JR: Chuo Line, Sobu Line / Keio Inokashira Line)
Inokashira Koen Station：11 minutes on foot (Keio Inokashira Line)
お題「今日のおやつ」 / Today's snack：Quiche
See you at the next picnic!