Inside The World’s Biggest Starbucks In Japan

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The world’s biggest Starbucks opened this spring in Tokyo, Japan.
At 32,000 square feet, it’s bigger than the previous largest, the Shanghai Reserve Roastery.

The four-story building overlooks the Meguro River and was partly designed by Olympic Stadium architect Kengo Kuma. On the menu are Espresso Martinis, Cold Brews, cream sodas and whiskeys. 

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Inside The World’s Biggest Starbucks In Japan

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