Old private house cafe built in 1875
Café Drôme is named for the Drôme region in France, birthplace of Paul Brunat. Brunat was the first director of the Tomioka Silk Mill in the 1870s, and the café is located today in a converted tenement first built in 1875.
Patrons can enjoy historical exhibits and photographs at Café Drôme, appreciating delicious coffee and a unique historical experience.
Menu with a focus on raw, local ingredients
Gunma Prefecture has a long, unique tradition of miso and wheat-based cuisine.
Here at Café Drôme, these traditions are carried on with miso and wheat-based Japanese sweets.
The people of Gunma love miso!
Café Drôme's most popular dessert is "Sokoga Miso," a Japanese-style pudding desert with delicious miso caramel at the base (soko).
At Café Drôme, all of our coffee is specialty coffee - meaning we purchase from trustworthy roasters who source beans directly from growers.
Coffee-lovers can enjoy peace of mind, knowing that the farm-to-cup journey adheres to strict standards for an ethical product.