Uniqlo Has Opened Their First Café and We Can't Wait to Check It Out
Add this to your post-pandemic Japan itinerary!
(SPOT.ph) Japanese brand Uniqlo is a go-to for their simple yet functional apparel at relatively affordable prices. Now your shopping trips to their store—if you're in Tokyo, Japan at least—could include going for a coffee run, too! The clothing brand recently refurbished their store global flagship store in Ginza, and along with that they're opening their very first café.
Check out the new café by Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo:
Dubbed Uniqlo Coffee, the café is located on the top floor of the 12-storey building. As with Uniqlo's general motif, it goes for a minimalist look and feel, with bright white walls and wooden accents. The star of the show, of course, is their Uniqlo Original Blend Coffee, which can be had hot or iced for just 200 JPY (roughly P91.42)! They also serve Geisha Hand Drip Coffee for 450 JPY (roughly P205.70), best paired with butter cookies from well-loved pastry shop Ginza West.
There's more to look forward to at the recently revamped shop—including a flower shop on the first floor and a totally IG-worthy installation of their Lifewear line! Yup, it's definitely worth adding this spot to your post-pandemic Japan itinerary. (Fingers crossed we can all travel again soon!)
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