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8 September 2015

Coffee In Japan: Old School, New School

From the technical drip-filter brewing techniques of Third Wave coffee houses like ‘About Life’, to the slow careful handling of aged-bean pour-overs at Chatai Hatou, sharing coffee provides time to think and talk. OMF is exploring ways of using coffee to create spaces to discuss the deeper things of life.

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More from the Japan Blog

Christmas brings gospel opportunities in Japan

You can't preach here . . . or can you? There are places in Japan that you can't preach, but you can bake cakes. At Christmas time Renate teaches people how to make Stollen, while it bakes she and her husband share the gospel.

Celebrating Christmas without Jesus in Japan

This missionary found Christmas being celebrated at a local Shrine—without Christ. Christmas in Japan is a fun time—dominated by commercial bling—with little connection to Christ or his church.

Reaching the nations in Japan

It is said that the number of foreign Christians in Japan is almost the same as the number of Japanese Christians, only a small number of those are missionaries. What's God doing in Japan?