Coffee in Japan
When you think of Japan and drinks (the non-alcoholic kind, not sake), you normally think of green tea. But actually, coffee is very popular in Japan. Famous American coffee places such as Starbucks and Tully’s are everywhere.
But there are also Japanese coffee places serving western style coffee. Two of the most popular are Doutor and Excelsior, which also serve prepared food (including sandwiches) and pastries.
Koots is a Japanese style organic and natural cafe – I haven’t tried this yet.
You can buy both hot and cold coffee in the many vending machines (as well as convenience stores called combini) in Japan.
You can get coffee in a can, a plastic (PET) bottle or a plastic cup …