Dan writes –
“This is a maker’s maker’s maker. As found outside the cafeteria of a national lab in Tsukuba, Japan, this is a 60’s VW Van converted into a mobile barrista. Note the homey details on the inside (wooden decks, tiled counters) and the generally comfortable feeling that it evokes. A fantastically clever mixture of japanese efficiency and european design. And it makes excellent coffee! Good coffee is still tricky to find in Japan, so I’m doubly in love with it. “ – Link.
8 thoughts on “Cafe Pique Nique – Mobile Barrista”
reminds me of “That coffee guy” who used to be in Berkeley
still, I dig the name “Cafe Picnic”
Good coffee is tricky to find in Japan?
no, good coffee is everywhere here in Japan. There’s a similar van in southern Japan made from an old 50’s toyota truck. I’ll see if I can find a picture of it.
I don’t know why the one I’ve seen advertises selling bananas tho.
Cool name — Cafe Pique-Nique
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