Wow! Cafe in Japan is called The Most Enjoy and Most Beautiful Cafe

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Wednesday, July 26 2017 - 00:43 IWST

Starbucks in Japan
Starbucks in Japan

INDUSTRY.co.id - Japan - In Toyama City, Kansui Park, Japan there is a Starbucks Coffee building that has been named the most beautiful Starbucks café in the world after winning the grand prize at Store Design Awards 2008.

Which makes this building beautiful, large windows overlooking a lake in a park, with a view of the grass, surrounded by cherry trees. As well, the fresh air of the Japanese ocean and the beautiful sunset over the nearby Japanese Alps can not be forgotten.

Launched from newsonjapan, Friday (7/7/2017), this cafe is located in Toyama Prefecture, about 360 kilometers (224 miles) in the northwestern part of Tokyo, Japan. Yes, for coffee lovers will certainly be the main attraction because it seems not only sipping a cup of coffee, but also can enjoy the scenery.

This cafe will make it easy to forget that you are still in the heart of the city, where the Shinkansen Station is just a ten-minute walk away.

While outside, customers can enjoy their snacks and drinks, as if they were on the deck of the ship. At night, the lights sparkle on the surface of the water, creating a beautiful and romantic atmosphere for customers who spend time with loved ones. Not infrequently the amazing fireworks attractions enliven the beauty of the night.

No wonder this place is really special. The atmosphere is more beautiful when changing seasons, such as snow in winter or colored leaves in the fall, cool breeze in summer, and beautiful cherry blossom in spring

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