1. Café de Cattleya
Tea House/Coffee Shop Open for lunch Sweets

Café de Cattleya

A coffee shop leading the Sado's coffee culture

Founded in 1958, Café de Cattleya is a coffee shop with stained glass lights, a single flower dressing the tables, and quiet background music evoking the retro feel of the Showa times (1926-1989). It offers a choice of about thirty coffees, all of which are made with scrupulously selected coffee beans, including special blends, local brands, and Irish coffee. Cakes such as apple pies are also popular to eat along with the coffee. It also provides an ample selection of tea and juice.

Facility Basic Information

67 Aikawa Hanedamachi, Sado, Niigata 952-1548
Payment Methods
Credit cards not accepted  Datcha coin (local currency)
Assistance in Foreign Languages
Transport Access
Ryotsu Port Approx 50 minutes by car
Nearest bus stop
Aikawa (Honsen [Main Line], Nanaura Kaigansen Line, Kaifu Line) Approx. 5 minutes on foot from bus stop
Opening Times
9:00 - 22:30
Regular holiday
Closed on 1st of January only
Number of seats



Not required

Open for lunch

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