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Social Good Roasters Chiyoda is a Type B facility that supports people with disabilities to become independent in society through coffee work. Not everyone does the same “work,” but each person can work with confidence and pride. We have the work content and environment to become a place where each person can work with confidence and pride, and the staff to support them. Depending on your motivation and experience, we will gradually expand the scope of work you are entrusted with, and eventually you will be able to handle all tasks related to coffee production, service, and sales. In addition, you will acquire the ability to adapt to a variety of tasks so that you can choose the future that you want.

There are a variety of coffee-related tasks here, such as ‘roasting,’ ‘production,’ ‘extraction,’ and ‘customer service.’ Depending on your motivation and experience, we will gradually expand the range of tasks you are entrusted with, and eventually you will be able to handle all tasks related to the production, serving, and sale of coffee. You will also acquire the ability to adapt to a variety of tasks so that you can choose the future you want.

hand sorting

This is an important job that is the basis of the flavor. A few percent of the green beans, which are natural agricultural products, are carefully removed by hand from beans that are uneven in shape and size or covered with green mold.

Roasting

The beans are roasted using a Dutch-made roasting machine called GIESEN, which is used in roasting competitions around the world.

Product manufacturing

This is the process of commercializing the roasted coffee, such as bagging the beans and manufacturing coffee bags.

Cupping

To ensure that we can always provide high quality coffee, we check the taste and aroma of the roasted and blended beans using a method called cupping.

Extraction

Drinks ordered at the store are brewed using hand-drip or espresso machines.

Customer service

Serve customers at the counter by offering products.

Store cleaning

We clean the basics of food and beverage, including the storefront and inside the restaurant, as well as equipment such as espresso machines and grinders.

EC Operations

Assist in the packing and shipping of products for sale in the online store.

We have instructors with specialized coffee skills, such as baristas and roasters, as well as experienced support staff who have been engaged in various welfare services, to support each individual’s growth from their own perspective. If you have the enthusiasm and attitude to learn here, you don’t need to have any experience in coffee production or customer service.

Our support policy is to support users to grow while acquiring the following three skills, based on the principle of person-centered support for independence.

1
Self-determination
Use your own strengths to find a challenging job and develop your skills on your own initiative.
2
Self-acceptance
Look at your own weaknesses and develop the expertise and experience to work with confidence and pride.
3
Building self-reliant relationships
As you work with your team, you will be able to build relationships with people outside of your family and supporters.

利用要項

Staff Capacity
20 persons
Opening Day
Monday – Saturday (open on national holidays, closed on Sundays)
Activity time
10:00am-4:00pm
Object of use
Disability welfare services need to be determined.
Training incentive
Trial period 200yen /hour. 300yen/hour after full-time employment (33,000 yen based on working 22 days/5 hours per month)
Use of materials
In principle, 10% of the cost is borne by the patient.
Place of service
KANDA TERRACE 2F, 1-14-13 Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

How to use our services

Contact Us
Please contact us by phone or using the “Contact” form on our website.
CONTACT
Visit us
Our staff will show you around the facility. Our staff will show you around the facility, confirm your preferences and conditions, and give you a detailed explanation. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
Trial Registration
If you are interested in working at Social Good Roasters, we will ask you to try out the service first. Through the trial period, we will confirm each other’s suitability for the job.
official registration
After the official decision is made, you will be issued a beneficiary certificate and submit the necessary documents, and finally sign a contract to officially start using the facility.
Contact Us
Social Good Roasters Chiyoda
Phone: 03-6811-0895
Weekdays and Saturdays 10:00-17:00
CONTACT
Access
Six-minute walk from Jimbocho Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line, Mita Line, and Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line.
Toei Shinjuku Line: 2-minute walk from Ogawamachi Station
2-minute walk from Awajicho Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line.
2-minute walk from Shin-Ochanomizu Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
12-minute walk from Akihabara Station on the JR/Tsukuba Express/Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.
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