Uniqlo Opens First-Ever Cafe In Tokyo With S$2.50 Coffee
Here’s hoping that we can travel to Japan again soon.
Uniqlo recently revamped its massive 12-storey flagship outlet in Tokyo’s glitzy Ginza district. Part of the revamp includes the fashion retailer’s first-ever cafe, Uniqlo Coffee, which is located on the top floor of the store.
The sparse, minimalist counter sports bronze and wood accents. There are also seats by the ceiling-to-floor windows that let shoppers rest their feet and people-watch.
But just like Uniqlo’s clothes, the cafe’s prices are pretty wallet-friendly.
There are just two coffee options on the menu brewed with proprietary beans - the Uniqlo Original Blend Coffee (¥200, or S$2.50 for hot/iced) and the fancier Geisha Bean Hand-Drip Coffee (¥450/ S$5.60).
The cafe also sells Butter Cookies (¥200/ S$2.50 each) from Japanese luxury confectioner Ginza West, which is known for its fancy packaged treats.
Other than a cafe, the 12-storey building also houses a Uniqlo florist, which has bouquets from ¥450 (S$4.80).