The Jakarta Post
% Arabica outlet in Singapore. (Shutterstock/nuttstock)
Kyoto-based coffee shop % Arabica is set to open four stores in Indonesia, according to a post on the Arabica Journal Instagram account.
Indonesia, the first four stores will be ready soon! From left top, Jakarta District 8 (March) → Jakarta Central Park (April) ↓ Seminyak Village (April) ← Ubud (May). Please follow @arabica.indonesia for the latest info \(//∇//)\ *** - #ΔRΔBICΔ #arabicaindonesia #seetheworldthroughcoffee
The first shop is scheduled to open in March and will be located in District 8 Jakarta in South Jakarta.
Following the opening of % Arabica's first shop in Indonesia, the second outlet is slated to open in Central Park shopping mall in West Jakarta in April.
In addition to Jakarta, % Arabica will also open two outlets in Bali, situated in Seminyak Village shopping mall and Ubud. The former will open in April, while the latter is scheduled to open in May.
% Arabica is among the most popular coffee shops in Japan. Founded in 2014 by Kenneth Shoji, who was born in Japan and raised in California, the United States, its outlets are known for their clean and contemporary interior design.
% Arabica is currently available in 13 countries across the globe, including Singapore, Cambodia, Philippines, China, France and the United Kingdom. (jes/wng)
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