June 28, 2021

Himawari Specialty Coffee: A Coffee Lover’s Paradise in Silang, Cavite

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  • Nestled somewhere along the busy Sta.Rosa-Tagaytay Road is Himawari Specialty Coffee, a charming coffee shop that serves great coffee and pastries to its lucky customers.

    The cafe’s simple interior is one of its charms/IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Himawari means “sunflower” in Japanese. It’s a flower symbolizing adoration, loyalty, and longevity. Sunflowers are also known for being “happy” flowers, making them the perfect gift for bringing joy to anyone’s day. This sums up their mission: bring happiness and contentment to everyone, one cup of coffee at a time.

    Himawari’s famous specialty coffee/IMAGE from Himawari’s Instagram account

    Yutaka Shinozaki, the owner, is a Specialty Coffee Association-accredited master roaster specializing in concocting blends from Ethiopian, Indonesian, Brazilian, and Costa Rican coffee beans.

    Shinozaki and his lovely baristas/IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Since they’re using high-quality beans, Shinozaki recommends their signature black coffee (which comes at a reasonable price) to enjoy its bold flavor. As a bonus, you’ll get a discount if you buy pastries alongside their drinks.

    For those who want to brew and enjoy their own concoctions at home, they sell a wide range of coffee bean varieties as well as coffee-making equipment such as drippers and French presses.

    Himawari’s coffee-making equipment and beans for sale/IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Himawari is also offering coffee brewing lessons if you want take your passion to the next level.

    General Information
    Address: CVI Bldg. Sitio Muzon, Puting Kahoy, Sta.Rosa-Tagaytay Road, Silang, Cavite
    Contact number:
    Facebook: HimawariSpecialtyCoffee
    Instagram: himawari_specialty_coffee

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