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Starbucks has announced it's opening a controversial new outpost - in an ancient Japanese tea house.
The American coffee giant is opening an outlet in Kyoto's historic Higashiyama district on 30 June, refitting a former Japanese teahouse on Ninenzaka, a pedestrianised street that leads to Kiyomizudera Temple.
And to make things worse, a piece of me dies every time I watch someone stir their iced caramel macchiato after they get it, combining the layers. If you want to know what a drink is, ask your barista. Long story short, I ask you to please avoid doing these things, in attempt to help keep your barista sane amidst all the crazy, caffeine-deprived people we encounter on a daily basis.
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Sticking to the rules of traditional teahouses, shoes will have to be removed before you can head up to the second-floor seating area with your drinks.
Customers can sit on tatami mat floors with zabuton seating cushions, covered with Kyoto’s famous crepe fabric.
It’s extremely rude to ask the barista to make your drink first because you need to make it across campus in 5 minutes.
It’s not our fault that you thought that would be enough time to order Starbucks and make it to your meeting.
Starbucks Japan have been winning plaudits for their design skills for years.Starbucks, in turn, has released information detailing its plans to convert it in a sympathetic way.