Starbucks Japan evokes tradition and history with unique designs

TOKYO/MATSUYAMA, Japan — In the old Japanese capital of Kyoto, on the Ninenzaka slope leading up to the Kiyomizu Temple, one of the city’s most notable landmarks, a 100-year-old traditional house has been turned into a Starbucks coffee shop. At Starbucks …
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