Gap Fill - Coffee Shop - Level 2


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   ancient      area      attractive      busiest      chairs      curtain      cushions      door      garden      neighbor      neon      number      popular      quiet      sightseeing      style      surroundings      temples      traditional      unlike  
Starbucks has opened a coffee shop in Japan's capital of Kyoto. It is any other Starbucks as it has three tatami rooms. Tatami is a straw matting used for floors in Japan. There are no in the tatami rooms. People sit on on the tatami. The coffee shop is in a 100-year-old house in a historic of Kyoto. It is on the Ninen-zaka shopping street between two UNESCO World Heritage-listed . The area is with tourists. Some of them wear Japanese kimono to go in.

Starbucks wants to make sure its shop blends in with its traditional . There are no signs or giant logos. Instead, there is a traditional dark-blue over the front with a black logo printed on it. Starbucks reformed the house in the traditional and created a Japanese for people to look at. The company wants to be a good . It will not let people line up in front of the shop as they wait to get in. It will also limit the of customers during the times. This is to make sure the atmosphere in the area is .

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