Café Kitsuné is coming to Southeast Asia for the first time, with plans to open a branch in Emquartier, Bangkok.
Whether you’re constantly on the hunt for the greatest beans and brews, or simply a fan of the aesthetic and buzz that coffee shops have to offer, there is much to be excited about in Bangkok’s cafe scene. It’s been announced that the cult-loved Café Kitsuné will be opening its first Southeast Asia branch in Bangkok — and at Emquartier, no less.
Loved for its Paris-meets-Tokyo minimalism, a great playlist, and signature fox biscuits — fun fact, kitsune means fox in Japanese — the stylish coffeeshop will most definitely be a welcome addition for Bangkok-dwelling cafe hoppers. In other words, be prepared to queue for those Insta-worthy shots and a dose of chic coffee culture.
A little bit of history — Café Kitsuné is part of label Maison Kitsuné, which was originally a Parisian electronic label founded by Gildas Loaëc, together with designer Masaya Kuroki and Daft Punk’s artistic director.
The label gradually moved into fashion, and Café Kitsuné is now known for its distinctive branding. What truly makes it stand out, however, is the strong, unique cafe culture concept it has curated and come to represent over the past decades.
With existing cafes all across the globe in New York, Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo, we’re more than excited to welcome the iconic Café Kitsuné to Bangkok later this year.
To find out more, visit maisonkitsune.com.