I met Omid, a filmmaker from Copenhagen, in Mizu café in Töölö. The café was small and felt like hanging out in a Japanese family's living room. Children's toys scattered around pillows and Marimekko fabrics in a Japanese restaurant, sure, why not! With its heartily welcoming owners and laid-back atmosphere I felt right at home.
Apparently the café's been there for 3 years, yet I've never passed by it. Aside from coffee they serve lunch, but a tip from a friend – what you really want to taste here are the sweet desserts, especially matcha tiramisu and matcha roll.
We talked with Omid about the feeling of home. He's quite the world traveller, having lived already in 5 different countries. For him, home is the café in the corner that you always return to.