British food in Kaldi Coffee Farm shops in Tokyo

Most of the tea they sell is horrible (including the apparently British Brodies, and don’t get me started on “French tea”…), but Twinings is reasonably priced and so are most of the other things they sell. Their special offers can be very cheap indeed. There are 57 stores in Tokyo, most of them close to stations and quite easy to find.

Sweet stuff

Cadbury’s Twirl

Milky Way

Robertson’s mincemeat 598 yen

Dairy Milk 450 yen

Terry’s chocolate orange 567 yen

Tim Tams (similar to Penguins) two packets for 550 yen

Toblerone 330 yen

fudge 480 yen




horseradish sauce

Brand’s A1 brown sauce

malt vinegar 304 yen

mild cheddar

blue stilton

pita bread

sliced beets

How to get there

Ones I know how to get to

Oimachi – Come out of the North exit and it’s upstairs in the same building, next to Tsutaya

Shinagawa – Come out of the main JR ticket barriers and turn left. Go down the stairs out of the building and its in the basement of the department store on your left (past the Keikyu station)

Nakameguro – Come out of the station and turn left. There is a large building with a shopping centre beneath it very near the station. It’s near the back of that complex up some steps.

Omori – in Atre in the station building

Other information

Kaldi store guide in Japanese (click on Tokyo on the map to narrow it down)

Kaldi site in English (no store guide)


6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by tami umemura on December 12, 2011 at 12:11 am

    we are new in tokyo and would be grateful if you could let us know where we can find
    mince pies, chocolate coins and chrismas puddings in Tokyo.
    Also is there anywhere youd recommend in terms of turkey?

    Thank you v. much


  2. Posted by alexcase on December 12, 2011 at 5:46 am

    I’ve written a whole post on Xmas foods:

    I’ve never seen mince pies, but there are links in that post to where you can buy jars of Robertson mincemeat.

    The best place for turkey used to be National Azabu. They’ve closed down, but there is a branch in Den-en-Chofu. I think I also saw frozen turkey in Hanamasa last year, and The Foreign Buyers’ Club deliver frozen turkeys, as probably does The Meat Guy.

    Sony plaza or Kaldi might be your best bets for chocolate coins.

    Which bit of Tokyo are you in?


  3. Posted by alexcase on December 12, 2011 at 6:02 am

    This page gives some good tips, confirming most of what I’ve written above:


  4. Posted by alexcase on December 14, 2011 at 9:06 pm

    Have tracked down some frozen turkey and mince pies in Nissin! See my Xmas foods post or the latest post on that supermarket


  5. Posted by blackratt on January 14, 2018 at 6:55 am

    Kaldi doesn’t seem to have Vegemite recently. I’ve looked in branches in Ikebukuro and elsewhere.


    • Nissin supermarket has a big sign up saying Vegemite is no longer being imported into Japan. It’s probably worth still looking in more obscure Kaldi’s for ones which are left over, but otherwise it looks like it might be just Marmite for a while. Or maybe Amazon??


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