It’s a late night shift and things are quiet. That nosy journalist who always says she’s working on a book took her espresso and sat down in the corner. A dapper looking elf wanders in with his literal succubus of a girlfriend. It’s gonna be a slow night in Coffee Talk, but that’s fine.
This week, Asahi Soft Drinks is releasing cafe latte flavored water. For a country that already has yogurt flavored water, this should surprise no one.
One of the best-preserved streets in Kyoto is Ninen-zaka. A Starbucks just opened in the area, but you could walk by and not even know it.
Blizzard’s company headquarters in Irvine is a big, fancy place. So big that it has its own Starbucks, selling coffee with a Blizzard twist.
Persona 5 is a game about Japanese teens, but the game never explains the nuances of Tokyo youth culture. It’s a game about the Japanese government, but never briefs you on the finer points of local politics. But if you ever want to talk about coffee, then hoo boy, does Persona 5 want to break shit down for you.
Mark your calendars. March 1, 2017 will be one to remember because on that day, people in Japan will be able to put coffee on their toast. What a time to be alive.
When you get tired of the fried chicken, try the Seattle's Best coffee and eat the cups.
And, if coffee isn't your thing, you can always eat Hello Kitty food.
One day, maybe robots will make amazing cups of coffee. That day is not today.
A new cola plus coffee drink was recently released in Japan. Or maybe that should be coffee plus cola? Just call it Cafe do Cola.
I've turned everyone in town. They're all coffee addicts. They howl at the Roost Café and everything.
Just got the to-go option unlocked!
Not everyone can whip up amazing 3D cappuccino and latte art. Heck, the vast majority of us can't. But we still want to enjoy cute characters peeking up at us out of a steaming cup of java. Good thing there's this.
Coffee is serious business and seriously competitive. Let's Cafe, a small coffee kiosk in Family Mart convenience stores across Taiwan, thinks it has figured a way to stand out: By printing people's faces on coffee.
Late last year, Kotaku first brought word of coffee artist Kazuki Yamamoto. He makes stunning cappuccino art. In the last few months, Yamamoto has been perfecting his three dimensional creations. He's gotten even better.
In Japan, drink machines seem to be everywhere. America also has lots of vending machines. But there's one key difference between the two.
A Chinese construction company recreated London's iconic Tower Bridge in the city of Suzhou. A local tourist trap, the structure also offers "Tower Bridge Coffee" at an English style coffee shop.
As seen by reader Aaron G. in the Albuquerque, N.M. airport.