Starbucks fans will soon have a new spot to get their fix with the opening of the highly-anticipated Reserve Roastery in Tokyo, Japan. Like the chain's other Reserve Roastery locations, the Japanese outpost will offer an "immersive coffee and retail experience."
Housed in a building designed by world-renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the new Tokyo location looks to be one of the most interesting of all the Starbucks Reserve Roasteries. Located in Tokyo's trendy Nakameguro neighborhood, the sprawling four-story space brings together both modern and traditional Japanese inspirations. For those visiting the new cafe, there are options to explore the bean-to-brew process, enjoy Teavana cocktails at the bar, and snack on artisanal Italian fare from the Princi bakery. Not to mention the menu boasts a whopping 60 innovative drink options for coffee lovers to try.
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Starbucks is Set to Open Its Fifth Reserve Roastery in Tokyo, Japan
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