Need a Break? Head to the Cafe!
In this second installment of the series, I’m going to show you the LFK Cafe, which is equipped with an authentic coffee machine and dedicated staff! Even if you haven’t read the first installment of the series, a link will be available at the end of this article so I hope you’ll take a look.
The reason I chose our cafe for the theme of this article is...
As much as I’d like to show you our offices, I love our cafe and its staff so much that I wanted to brag a little bit! Sorry if it sounds like I’m showing off, I just love our cafe so much...
But I hope that you’ll read all the way to the end!
The cafe space was created as one of those rest areas, and in the corner the LFK Cafe offers drinks and snacks for purchase.
By creating an environment specialized for breaks, LINE Fukuoka employees can clearly separate their work from their breaks.
Take a look!
On days where the weather isn’t so great, and later in the day when the sun sets, the atmosphere is quite calming, and this lovely area is one of my favorite parts of the office.
At the LFK Cafe you can also buy many other things besides drinks.
Take a look at this!
After difficult negotiations concerning pricing and well-balanced volume, LINE Fukuoka now offers a wide variety of lunches.
A big thanks to the restaurants and members of the café staff for providing us delicious food!
Note: Some drinks come with a paper straw.
The LFK Cafe is friendly to employees, the environment, and hygienic.
By the way, my routine is buying an iced café latte in the morning and afternoon at LFK Cafe. As I open the door, I hear the clink of ice cubes being put into a cup. There have been many times my drink is already finished before me by the time I get to the register! (Laughs) I’m always in a rush so it’s nice being able to get my drink at the perfect timing.
Third cup ☕ “Interview with LFK Cafe staff”
It might just be because we have a long, straight corridor, but I can easily picture someone riding that around the office. That’s something I wanted to see myself!
Most employees work from home now so we see less people directly, but some employees have been kind enough to give us some sweets they made, or send a New Year’s greeting card to the cafe staff.
We also get people telling us when the sugar or napkins for drinks are about to run out or bringing us things people have left behind. We’re always so grateful.
We hope that coming to the cafe makes all employees feel refreshed and recharged when they’re tired from work.
I have been visiting the cafe for a long time, but this was the first time I have actually hearing the thoughts and ideas of the café staff. Realizing once again that they are an employee-first cafe, kindly considering everyone’s health and happiness, makes my love for the LFK Café grow even more. Isn’t it lovely that we have a café like this in our company? Moving forward, I’ll keep sharing all of the wonderful aspects of LINE Fukuoka.
Stay tuned for volume 3 of what I’ve decided is going to be called the LINE Fukuoka “Suteki Series!”