When you get off at Kokusaikaikan Station in Kyoto, you will find a residential area in the suburbs.
Doshisha Elementary School, Junior High School, High School and International Hall, and residential area.
It's a family town. Mt. Hiei is Dawn,
The rest is a residential area with a large area, which is rare in Kyoto.
Gyoza no Ohsho, McDonald's, and chain stores are like residential areas,
When it comes to a local cafe that can only be found in that area, it would be "Dolph".
About 5 minutes walk from Kokusaikaikan station.
It's a cafe, or a coffee shop. The lodge-style design makes it taste very good.
And this "Dorf", a cafe of Dorf real estate with land around the International Hall
It seems to be a large-capital cafe. That's why it's such a prime location.
The inside of the store is large enough. There are many grandfathers who seem to have been attending for a long time.
The atmosphere is shiny in a good way. There are also sunroof seats, so you can feel like you're in the sun.
There are many Western dishes, stewed hamburger steak, beef katsuretsu,
A lineup that is as good as family restaurants, such as mentaiko pasta.
Iced coffee is also impeccable and normal. Well, it's a place fee.
It would be perfect if there was wifi with this.
4 Iwakurahigashi Godacho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
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