Chinese fruit-based cheese tea brand Nayuki is making its debut in Japan, opening its first cafe in the Zero Gate shopping complex in Osaka.
The new 200sqm store features a teahouse experience similar to the brand’s locations in its home market, incorporating special details to match modern Japanese culture.
“As a brand dedicated to becoming the innovator and promoter of the tea culture, we wish to deliver an exceptional experience for the local residents, one that reflects our passion for creating unique tea-based drinks for tea lovers worldwide,“ said Nayuki founder Peng Xin.
The new outlet serves a wide range of tea drinks made by tea baristas as well as low oil and sugar-content soft-euro bakes.
Nayuki operates nearly 400 stores in China, ranging from 1200–11,000sqft in prime locations across the country and also has stores in Singapore.