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bluebottlecarton150bcs.jpgSan Francisco's cultishly beloved Blue Bottle Coffee confirmed it will open its first cafe in Japan, signing a lease for a 7,000-square-foot coffee bar and roastery in Tokyo. Sprudge reports the Tokyo cafe is "a wholly owned project funded and managed by Blue Bottle Coffee," and founder/CEO James Freeman says he's currently in talks for two more Tokyo locations. The first location, in the Kiyosumi district, should open sometime later this year. [Sprudge] [Photo: Facebook]

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