Coffee In The World’s Largest Starbucks

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FOOD: Coffee, in the World’s Largest Starbucks

Coffee-giant Starbucks enlisted one of Japan’s most beloved architects, Kengo Kuma, to design their most ambitious store to date. Opening earlier this year in the heart of design-conscious Nakameguro, Tokyo is now home to the world’s largest Starbucks roastery.

Over the past three years, Starbucks have launched a number of speciality ‘Reserve Roasteries’ – premium coffee concept stores that offer a unique menu and celebrate local culture. Following openings in Seattle, Shanghai, Milan and New York, Tokyo’s roastery is Starbucks’ most ambitious project to date – a veritable coffee wonderland filling 1200 square metres over four floors. Sitting alongside Tokyo’s cherry tree-lined Meguro River, the meticulously designed interior pays tribute to Japan’s famous blossom, and a large outdoor terrace invites guests to soak up the sakura whilst enjoying a cocktail. Speciality coffee, roasted on-site in the staggering 17m high floor-to-ceiling roasting machine is on offer at street-level, whilst floors two to four house a bakery, tearoom and cocktail bar with so much to sample, you’ll never want to leave…

Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo: 2-19-23 Aobadai, Meguro, Tokyo

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