Japanese tea at STARBUCKS

by NAMIE

Japanese tea at STARBUCKS

This is the announcement that a new Starbucks shop is opening at Ginza LAOX building 1st floor. It is well-known that having a fashionable coffee chain shop is a key to successful building management.

LAOX is one of the most popular tourist spots  with countless Japanese products such as electric items and cosmetics, catering especially to  Chinese customers from mainland. Here in LAOX, they can have a short break with Starbucks drinks after a long stroll of the building.

Without information beforehand, they will simply order what they are used to at their countries' Starbucks, for example,  short latte, iced coffee...and you  will be feeling normal yourself with the drinks.

But this is Japan's coffee shop. Irecommend that you try Japanese hot tea, either of Houji Cha (roasted brown-colored tea) or Matcha (green tea). Houji Cha comes as straight tea, and Matcha comes with milk. Actually they are not aucentic serving style, but casual sipping of Japanese tea at Starbucks will be one of your unusual memories in life.

 


25 Oct 2017


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Hi, I am an English speaking tour guide with national license. I love travelling overseas myself, which made me start my new career path as an interpretting tour guide in 2017 after 16 year's working at a publisher.

I have lived in Tokyo for 20 years. It has been always my joy to rediscover Tokyo, and sharing those fine tips with you is going to be my happiest monent. Let me help you create unforgettable memory by suggesting you from
casual canteens to hi-end restaurants, from traditional experience to modern activities, from sacred spots to romantic sites, and so on.

My idea is "Travel is a chance to streangthen togetherness among family, friends, and lovers." I truly got over my serious situations through travel, which I was saved by.
If you are thinking of a surprise gift during your stay to whom you are accompanying, please feel free to share your idea with me beforehand.

Just for information, I stayed in Malaysia for 2 months by summer homestay program for high-schoolers, and also studied in Hong Kong for half a year as a college exchange student. I am especially a big fan of Asian countries, but at the same time I have a strong longing for Western cultures.

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