On Thursday, Starbucks opened its fifth Reserve Roastery in Tokyo, Japan.
The four-story roastery is located in the Nakameguro neighborhood, next to the Meguro River. It’s built with glass walls and light-toned wood sourced from Japanese forests. It contains the largest Starbucks Roastery coffee cask in the world (55 feet!) spanning all four floors and decorated with copper cherry blossoms.
It’s equipped with:
- a coffee roaster that produces around 750 tons of coffee per year
- a variety of unique drinks such as Whiskey Barrel-Aged Cold Brew, the Melrose Tokyo, and Pop’n Tea Sakura Jasmine
- alcoholic drinks: wine, beer, and coffee-infused cocktails
- the largest Teavana Bar in the world, featuring drinks like the Golden-Sky Black Tea Latte – topped with turmeric cotton candy
- a Princi bakery, serving baked bread, pizza, salad, and more
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