The Singapore-based coffee chain continues to grow its presence in major Asian markets with a store in Toyko’s Omotesando shopping district
Flash Coffee's new store in Omotesando, Tokyo | Photo credit: Flash Coffee
Affordable speciality coffee chain, Flash Coffee, has made its debut it Japan, opening a store in Tokyo’s fashionable Omotesando
“Coffee culture has been prevalent in Japan for many years, and we’ve observed the rising preference for premium coffee locally. Specialty coffees tend to be expensive, but with Flash Coffee, consumers can now enjoy it at an affordable price point. We look forward to sharing our award-winning menu with customers in Japan, and hope they will enjoy our innovative creations,” said Flash Coffee Managing Director Shu Matsuo Post.
The Singapore-based chain’s arrival in Japan comes less than a month after it entered the South Korean market with two stores in Seoul
Flash Coffee has embarked on rapid expansion across Asia since securing $15m investment
in April 2021 and announcing its goal to open new 300 locations by the end of 2021. The chain now operates more than 200 stores across across Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea and Japan.