Mifan or Mafan: % Arabica

By Gwen Kim, July 9, 2019

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Kyoto import % Arabica recently opened a pop-up in Taikoo Li North. Propped right in the middle of the complex, the minimal white design of this kiosk maintains its consistent style of less is more. Really, % Arabica mainly sells take-away coffee. Yet, to get just that, you’ll have to join a queue of hip Sanlituners lining up to get their caffeine kick. Though, they do have a small selection of % Arabica goods – trendy backpacks and cups – on display, so you can window shop as you wait, at the very least.


[All images via Gwen Kim]

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