The hefty price of ¥1,500 feels like a steal after witnessing all that goes into the magical cup of coffee served at the Ignis coffee stand. The coffee at Ignis is at the intersection of gourmet, art and science. This is reflected in the design, as it is reminiscent of a perfume shop, a science lab and some Michelin-star omakase course restaurant where you trust the master behind the counter. The jars of coffee, that resemble pill bottles, are filled with only the rarest and most unique coffee beans imported from around the world. Some have been fermented in whiskey barrels, others have been rubbing shoulders with coconuts in Guatemala. Every bottle has a story, and the barista will gladly tell it.