Japan’s % Arabica opens four outlets in Indonesia

Kyoto-based coffee shop % Arabica is set to open four stores in Indonesia.
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The first outlet is scheduled to open in March and will be located in District 8 Jakarta, South Jakarta. The second store is scheduled to open in the Central Park shopping mall in West Jakarta in April.

% Arabica will also open two outlets in Bali in April and May, respectively. The stores will be located in Seminyak Village shopping mall and Ubud.

Founded in 2014 by Kenneth Shoji, % Arabica is among the most popular coffee shops in Japan, known for its clean and contemporary interior design.

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% Arabica stores in Indonesia are designed by German-born architect Alexis Dornier. Dornier who is now based in Ubud has worked with % Arabica a few times before.

% Arabica is currently available in 13 countries across the globe, including Singapore, Cambodia, Philippines, China, France and the United Kingdom.

Ummi Lulu
Journalist at News Asia Today. From Indonesia. I write about life, tech, and business related topics happening in Asia.