The is the best cafe for coffee connoisseurs. Established in 1979, Trombone is one of Kagoshima’s oldest coffee houses. The baristas here use coffee siphons to bring out the flavour of home-roasted beans, with Kilimanjaro, Italian blend and other house flavours on offer. Prices aren’t cheap at around ¥500 (£3.80) for a coffee, ¥600 (£4.55) for a milkshake and ¥800 (£6.05) for a slice of berry shortcake, but worth it if you’re craving a good cup of coffee. In the hot summer months, look out for their shaved ice kakigori (dessert) which is the perfect remedy to humid weather.