Dorayaki, two small pancakes stuffed with Japanese bean paste and flavored filling, is Book Cafe Un’s staple sweet.
A bar on the first floor sells coffee, teas, and alcohol for visitors to enjoy while they relax and read.
Information listed below was last updated 03/2022 and is subject to change.Contact the business directly for updated information. Note, most businesses can only speak Japanese.
- Business Name
- Book Cafe Un
- Business Hours
- Holidays / Closed
- Every Thursday with some irregular closings
This site is in Japanese.
- Language Support
Sorry, but only Japanese is spoken.
Rest With A Book
Kinosaki Onsen has long been a beloved muse for various Japanese artists and authors, even inspiring the celebrated Japanese writer Shiga Naoya to write a book entitled At Kinosaki.
Book Cafe Un is Kinosaki Onsen’s modern-day twist on the town’s tradition of being a haven for the arts, furnished with mod-art lamps, book sculptures, and even private work spaces inspired by popular symbols found around Kinosaki.
Those looking for a cozy retreat during their stay are welcome to pop in for a coffee and some sweets while they browse through the endless walls of books lining the cafe.