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Starbucks has a new coffee shop in Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto. It unlike any other Starbucks in the world as it three rooms with tatami – the traditional straw matting that is for floors in Japanese houses. There no chairs in the tatami rooms. People on flat cushions on the tatami mats. The new coffee shop is in a 100-year-old house in one of the most historic areas of Kyoto. It is on the attractive Ninen-zaka shopping street. It is situated between two UNESCO World Heritage-listed temples. The area is very popular with tourists, many of whom traditional Japanese kimono to sightseeing in. The three tatami rooms on the second floor of the house.

Starbucks has its best to make sure the coffee shop in with its traditional surroundings. There are no neon signs and no big, green Starbucks logos. Instead, there is a traditional one-metre-long dark-blue curtain over the front door. The top half of the coffee shop's logo is on the curtain in dark grey and black. Starbucks has the house in the traditional style and has a Japanese garden for people to look at. The company also wants to a good neighbor. It has not to let people form lines in front of the shop. It will also the number of customers during peak hours. This is to disrupting the quiet atmosphere in the area.

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