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Kurasu Singapore

"Bringing the Japanese specialty coffee scene from Kyoto to Singapore."

Kurasu Singapore:
261 Waterloo St, #01-24, Singapore 180261

Kurasu Orchard Stand:
Grange Road, #01-03, Orchard Building

(check our Kurasu Singapore social media announcements for closing days)

Kurasu Singapore:

Kurasu opened its first overseas shop in July 2017, partnering with co-working space The Company. Situated in Odeon Towers.

After 3 full years in Singapore, the flagship store located at 261 Waterloo Street was opened.

We serve the same lineup of coffee in our Kyoto branch. Coffee is shipped fresh weekly in an express package, taking 2 days to reach us from our cafes in Kyoto.

We have now a full range of products to share and sell. We love our customers coming down and interacting with quality Japanese brewing goods available only for Kurasu.

Kurasu Orchard Stand:

Kurasu Orchard Stand was conceptualized in late 2021, as an idea to bring Japanese specialty coffee into the heart of the busiest shopping district in Singapore. As with Waterloo, our aim is to provide respite and refreshment but above all - lifestyle, at the convenience of coffee lovers, tourists, and newer audiences.

As a takeaway coffee stand, we hope to pay homage to our first outlet at Kurasu Kyoto Stand.

Faced with the challenge of a smaller unit, our collaborative construction with a local design firm, Retro Colony (R.C. REMOD) became the forefront of bringing such ideas to fruition. Stained oak and
wooden trimmings - reminiscent of old-style buildings, highlighting a sense of nostalgia and simplicity.

"What does coffee mean to you?"

"Coffee means the world to me! It taught me life lessons that I couldn’t have learned anywhere else. I love how coffee is also such a complex commodity, shape-shifting according to one’s preference or how we decide to present it.

Coffee also finds a way to humble people. It can be simple or complex if you want it to be. I have always hoped to brew the best cup of coffee but through time I realized, the only person that should validate the coffee is yourself. If you won’t drink your coffee, who would? Maybe I’ll never fully understand coffee but I don’t plan to stop!"

-Angelo (Kurasu Singapore)