The Café Kitsuné Collection
Five years after its creation, Café Kitsuné is now launching its first collection of tableware, ready-to-wear and accessories.
Collection available at Café Kitsuné, Maison Kitsuné boutiques and online.
DISCOVER THE COLLECTION
Ready-to-wear and Accessories
For the ready-to-wear and accessories, hoodies, sweatshirts, t-shirts, caps, a tote bag and its mini version, an iPhone case, keyrings and ballpoint pens come in a latte or black colorway and proudly display the Café Kitsuné Paris logo.
For tableware, white ceramic crockery, « Picardie » water glasses by Duralex and tumblers make up a simple and refined collection.
The limited edition collaborations
CAFÉ KITSUNÉ X LE CHOCOLAT DES FRANÇAIS
Café Kitsuné teamed up with French chocolate brand Le chocolat des Français for a gourmet collaboration, 100% handcrafted and made in France.
Available exclusively at Café Kitsuné Paris and Tokyo.
CAFÉ KITSUNÉ X GILLES MARCHAL
The French pastry chef Gilles Marchal created a new version of the iconic fox-shaped shortbread. Made with love in his atelier located in Montmartre (Paris), these fox-shaped shortbreads remind the sweet memories of childhood. Light and savory, they can be enjoyed throughout the day with a cup of coffee or any other drinks. An exclusive delicacy for Café Kitsuné.
Available exclusively at Café Kitsuné Paris.
CAFÉ KITSUNÉ X ALIX D. REYNIS PLATE
Café Kitsuné has called upon the designer Alix D. Reynis as well as the illustrator Marc Martin for the creation of a plate in Limoges porcelain, entirely hand crafted in France.
CAFÉ KITSUNÉ X ASTIER DE VILLATTE CUP
Astier de Villatte has reinterpreted the Café Kitsuné cardboard cup used for take-away coffees, in an artisanal ceramic version, both playful and refined, over which the fox struts and cavorts.
Available exclusively at Café Kitsuné Paris, Maison Kitsuné Paris boutiques and online.
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The Art of Coffee by Café Kitsuné
The coffee served at Café Kitsuné is full-bodied and flavoursome, with notes of chocolate and grilled hazelnuts, a hint of cherry and a texture that is both smooth and syrupy, lingering on the palette. From Guatemala, Africa and South America, the coffee beans are roasted with the utmost care.
For those who can’t live without it, the Café Kitsuné coffee beans are available to buy in packets of 100g, 250g and 1kg…
an ideal gift for friends or oneself!
The Café Kitsuné playlist by Kitsuné Musique
Through a solar and timeless tunes’ selection, this exclusive playlist perfectly depicts the unique moment of having a coffee in our Café Kitsuné.
Lounge-feel, laid-back and vibrant, this 10-hour soundtrack gathers Kitsuné Musique’s best-of and undiscovered gems, such as the stellar indie-pop of Parcels or Two Door Cinema Club, the dazing electro of Les Gordon, and the exquisite house courtesy of Pat Lok.
Aired on all our Café Kitsuné in Paris, Tokyo and Seoul, the selection is available to-go on Apple Music, Spotify and Deezer.
3-17-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku,
It was in February 2013 in Tokyo, not far from Omotesando in the Aoyama district that the very first Café Kitsuné opened.
Café Kitsuné Palais Royal
51, Galerie Montpensier,
Tucked away in the gardens of the Palais Royal is the first Café Kitsuné in Paris,
which opened its doors in 2014. With the arrival of spring, the terrace has reopened, join us and come taste our new treats at Palais Royal garden.
Café Kitsuné Louvre
2 Place André Malraux,
Café Kitsuné now has its first café-bar-restaurant, just steps from the Palais Royal gardens, the Comédie- Française theatre and the Louvre museum.
Open all day, everyday, from 8:30am to midnight, Café Kitsuné Louvre is a modernist reinterpretation of the classic Parisian bistro.
Café Kitsuné Tuileries
208 rue de Rivoli,
Nestled under the arcades of the Rue de Rivoli and just across from the Jardin des Tuileries, Café Kitsuné Tuileries has opened in August 2019.
23,13 Gil, Dosandaero, Gang-nam gu,
Last October 2018, the Paris-meets-Tokyo brand’s new South Korean home has welcomed a Maison Kitsuné boutique and a Café Kitsuné, located on Garosu-Gil in the Sinsa-dong area.