Cafe with a sense of Taisho Romanticism

Inside the retro blue Western-style building is a café with the scent of Taisho Romanticism. Enjoy a rich moment with a homemade menu that makes the most of high-quality ingredients.

Moritake Shopping Street was one of the newly opened castle towns when Shimabara Castle was built,
At that time, the Shimabara Highway passed through here, connecting it to Edo (Tokyo) and Nagasaki.
People and goods came and went, and inns, sake breweries, cotton wholesalers, and other businesses were located here. When the Shimabara Railway opened in 1913, the area became even more prosperous as the northern gateway to Shimabara. The “Blue Barbershop” was built in the Taisho era (1912-1926), the “Blue Barbershop” was built during the Taisho period (1912-1926), when a nationwide boom in Western-style buildings took place, the building was constructed in response to the nationwide Western-style building boom in the Taisho era (1912-1926), and a barbershop actually operated in the building. Today, the building has been renovated as a café and reopened as “Blue Barbershop Kobo Momo” (Blue Barbershop Momo), the first floor of the café has the scent of Taisho Romanticism, with the tools of the barbershop from those days still in place.



888-2 Uwamachi, Shimabara-shi, Nagasaki

Opening hours

10:30 – 18:00(L.O. 17:30)


No regular holidays



Parking lot

Available, 4 spaces

Number of seats

14 seats