Segafredo Zanetti Espresso continues to expand in Japan, and has selected Sendai, by and large the biggest city in Tohoku, as the location for its new café in north-east Japan.

For more information…Sendai, a city with a rich cultural and spiritual heritage, was established by Date Masamune (ca 1600), one of the most important feudal lords in Japan. Several tourist attractions are now dedicated to this influential man. Also known as the "city of trees", Sendai is an authentic paradise for those who love large parks and green spaces. It is the setting for the winter event known as "Hikari no pageant" (parade of lights), in which citizens decorate the city's trees: the ultimate triumph of colour!

Such a splendid location is ideal for a break and a taste of Segafredo Zanetti Espresso. The cafeteria is located in Sendai Itsutsubashi Koen, close to the park by the same name (the neighbourhood was named after the park, Koen=park) and just 10 minutes from the city station. The Segafredo Zanetti Espresso coffee shop addresses the needs of a varied clientèle here in the heart of the city's business and shopping district. A broad variety of coffees are available, both for customers on the go and those who wish to sit and enjoy their coffee with a tasty cake or muffin; besides the classic Italian espresso, big hits include the macchiato and sweet flavoured coffees.

Quality service and an ideal location make the café a must for breakfast and for a tasty panino during the lunch break. Segafredo Zanetti's style is unmistakable: modern design for a spacious and well lit café with seating for about 50 people and lively colours.

Our franchisee partner, Imagination Co., deserves special thanks for the precious contribution to creating the Segafredo Zanetti Espresso cafeteria.

If you're visiting historic Sendai, don't miss Segafredo Zanetti Espresso in Itsutsubashi Koen, for an authentic espresso in a relaxing environment!