Tiffany’s First Asian Coffee Shop Has Made Having Breakfast at Tiffany’s a Reality

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Due to its booming economy and growing young population, Japan is increasingly seducing luxury brands. In the last decade or so, many major luxury brands have opened stores in the country. Tiffany & Co., the famous American luxury jeweler, already has many jewelry stores in Japan. The iconic brand has now opened a Tiffany Cafe in Tokyo to further catch the attention of Japan’s rich and elite. Tiffany’s coffee shop in Japan is located in the Harajuku neighborhood and has been welcoming guests since April this year.

Is Tiffany’s New Concept Store Worth the Hype?

Ever since its inauguration, Tiffany’s brand new concept store at Cat Street has been overflowing with visitors. In this review of Tiffany’s Cafe, we will try to answer the question that many are asking — is Tiffany’s Tiffany’s New Concept Store Worth the Hype?

The building combines futuristic architecture fundamentals with Tiffany’s idiosyncratic blue box concept. This six-level store truly pays homage to the wonderful world of Tiffany & Co. Each level is dedicated to different services. The top floor features the Tiffany Cafe where guests can live their favorite film — breakfast at Tiffany’s and Audrey Hepburn days. The new Tiffany & Co. store and cafe in Japan is the second Tiffany Cafe. The first one, called The Blue Box Cafe, opened in New York in 2017 and has been welcoming guests ever since.

Why Does the Store Pay Tribute to Breakfast at Tiffany’s?

brakefast at tiffany film

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is an iconic film that has shaped the idea of romance for young men and women for years now. The film will always be remembered not just for its unique story and direction, but also for the role it played in establishing Audrey Hepburn as a fashion icon. Over the years, fashionistas have both successfully and unsuccessfully attempted to mimic Audrey Hepburn’s style in the movie. The black sheath dress that Hepburn wore in the film is considered to be one of the most iconic dresses of all time. Given that Breakfast at Tiffany’s has won so many admirers over the years, it is only fair that the new Tiffany store in Japan pays tribute to this celebrated film.

Would You Want to Have Breakfast at Tiffany’s?

Tiffany and Audrey Hepburn

If you are someone who loves Breakfast at Tiffany’s and have watched it over and over again, you shouldn’t let go of the chance to relive your favorite film. Similarly, this new Tiffany Cafe is also a must-stop destination for all Hepburn lovers. We would love to have breakfast at Tiffany’s!