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Japanese brand Tokyobike has opened its flagship store that sells bicycles while also doubling as a coffee shop, and plant nursery located in Kiyosumi Shirakawa open 12noon to 7pm on weekdays, and until 6pm on weekends.
TOKYOBIKE TOKYO— tokyobike (@tokyobike) July 10, 2021
Customers can rent bikes for a day priced at ¥1,500, purchase plants from The Plant Society—a Melbourne-based brand, and sip on coffee purchased from the Arise Coffee Roasters stand all under one roof.
Arise Coffee Roasters sells roasted beans and specializes in drip coffee, while The Plant Society offers a range of products including indoor plants, gardening tools, potting mixes, planters, totes, as well as homeware.
コーヒー生産者へのリスペクトと、託された豆を大切に扱うことで更なる「発展」に関わっていくという気持ちを込めて、今後も焙煎を続けます。— ARiSE COFFEEROASTERS (@arisecoffee) July 7, 2021
この度誕生するtokyo bikeさんThe Plant Society Tokyoさんの織りなす彩り豊かな空間に「コーヒーの香り」を添えさせていただける事を光栄に思います。 pic.twitter.com/e7GmsLosSb
Tokyobikes products are available on the first floor of the renovated warehouse, customers can even find items for children.
The brand was founded with the intention of supplying a product that doesn’t only instil happiness in customers by helping people get around but is a tool that makes changes to everyday life, their official website states.
The brand also shares on their website how the name, Tokyobike, outlines how the bicycles are designed for swift movement around Tokyo.
Tokyobike’s flagship store was designed by Torafu Architects to offer space for customers to sit and enjoy.