The world’s largest coffee shop, in Tokyo, has a $50,000-a-seat capacity and a seating capacity of 5,500.
The world has a long history of coffee shops, but the one with the highest capacity is the Kobo Espresso, in Japan.
It opened in 2009 and was followed by the K-Cups.
The K-cups are now in retirement.
The company says its newest version, which opened in April, will cost $60,000 to $70,000 a seat.
The company’s CEO, Tomoya Koyama, told Bloomberg that the new model will be “more suitable for the more demanding customers.”
Bloomberg also noted that the company has more than 1 million customers and its daily sales of about $50 million, which is higher than Kobo’s annual sales of $2.2 billion.
The new model, which was introduced in June, is priced at $70 a seat and is also designed with ergonomics in mind.
Koyame said that the design of the seat will be more spacious and more comfortable, so customers will not have to put up with the cramped, uncomfortable seats in other cafes.
He also said that he wants to improve the comfort level of the coffee.