[Hiroshima Cafe] HIROSHIMA ORIZURU TOWER's "Akushu Cafe" reopens as an organic cafe

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"Akushu Cafe ORGANIC" has newly opened on the first floor of HIROSHIMA ORIZURU TOWER!

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Introducing the charms of the newly reopened "Akushu Cafe ORGANIC"!

The Akushu Cafe - PARK SIDE -, which was located on the first floor when the HIROSHIMA ORIZURU TOWER Tower opened in 2016, closed and was newly reopened on March 23, 2024.

About "Akushu Cafe ORGANIC"

Based on the concept of "healthy seasonal drinks for everyone," we offer safe, handmade drinks using mainly local fruits from Hiroshima.

Homemade spiced syrup

Our products do not contain refined sugar or animal-derived ingredients, but instead use organic cane sugar and agave syrup to create a gentle sweetness. We carefully soak seasonal fruits every day in aromatic spices.

Specially blended "Rice soft serve ice cream"

We use "Yamada Nishiki" organic rice, which is grown using organic farming methods without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers. A special mix of organic rice milk, soy milk, and coconut milk creates a rich milky taste. You can enjoy soft serve ice cream that is 100% plant-based.

There are plenty of other menu items to enjoy!

They also sell the recently popular "Spiced Hot Water," which is hot water with added spices, and their original blend of MOUNT COFFEE.


After purchasing these products, you can also eat and drink them at the HIROSHIMA ORIZURU TOWER observation deck. Please enjoy the carefully selected "healthy seasonal foods" and the flavors of Hiroshima along with the view from the observation deck!

Please check the HIROSHIMA ORIZURU TOWER's official website for the latest opening hours.


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The Orizuru Tower is a tourist facility that opened in 2016 next to the Atomic Bomb Dome, a World Heritage site. The wind blows through the rooftop observatory, and you can see Peace Memorial Park, the Atomic Bomb Dome, and even Mt. Misen on Miyajima on a clear day. On the 12th floor "Orizuru Square", you can experience folding a crane with a special origami paper and throwing it into the "Orizuru Wall", which is about 50m high. In addition, on the 1st floor, there is a product shop that sells locally loved products and a cafe where you can taste Hiroshima ingredients.

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