Coffee Addicts, Starbucks Just Opened Their Biggest Store In The World (And It’s In Asia!)

*BRB booking a flight to Japan now*

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Coffee Addicts, Starbucks Just Opened Their Biggest Store In The World (And It’s In Asia!)
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A coffee wonderland.

Coffee enthusiasts and caffeine addicts, we know you can’t start your day with a good cup of coffee and are always on the move exploring new coffee joints around the city.

And you wouldn’t be a true coffee addict if you’ve never had your fix at Starbucks. Some of you even drink Starbucks religiously and can’t go a day without it.

What's your go-to coffee?
If you’re a big fan, you’ve probably heard about the largest Starbucks store in Bali that’s super Instagrammable and actually has a real coffee farm on site. The 20,000 sq ft store is the largest store in Southeast Asia.

Well, that’s about to change now because Japan just unveiled its latest Starbucks outlet (its fifth Reserve Roastery) in the country - and it also happens to be the largest store in the world!

Meet the largest Starbucks in the world.
The 32,000 sq ft store spanning over four-storey is located in Nakameguro, Tokyo.

The record-breaking Starbucks store features the largest Teavana tea bar, the first dedicated community space for events, and Starbucks’ first ever cocktail bar.

If you’re looking for a fancy experience, then this outlet is the place to be. Select what tickles your fancy from a menu of over 100 premium coffees, teas and cocktails.

We're getting hungry just looking at this picture.
Look at that super chic wall!
And don't forget to cop their merchandise like the iconic tumblers while you're there.

While sipping your freshly brewed coffee, be sure to snap tonnes of photos as the roastery’s enchanting design was inspired by the famous cherry blossom trees lining the Meguro River, complimented with glass walls and terraced floors.

Looks like chocolate, doesn't it?
Look at how humongous their roasting machine is!
So guys, what are you waiting for? Book your flight tickets to Japan ASAP!

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