This Milk Tea Shop is 2D, Just Like the Café in Netflix's 'To All The Boys'

Say hello to Kurimi Milk Tea.
Photo/s: Kurimi

Fans of Netflix's "To All The Boys" will remember that one scene in the third movie, where the Covey sisters toured in Korea and visited this one coffee shop that looked just like a 2D cartoon inside. 

Filipino fans who cannot travel for leisure yet may be in luck, as a milktea shop that's similar in concept actually exists in the Philippines since 2019.  

Kurumi Milk Tea, through its 18 branches all over the country, offers the same two-dimentional in-store experience as Seoul's Greem Cafe, except that its milk tea and ambience were inspired by Japan. 

"The main objective of Kurimi Milk Tea was to create a venue where people can experience not only good quality product but a different scenario especially during the pandemic," Richia Cuna, President and CEO of Milkin Group said. 


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Some of its most visited branches in the metro can be found in Quezon City spots like Katipunan, Tomas Morato, and Maginhawa. They have branches all the way in Mindanao.

To know more about this comic-inspired milktea shop, watch this Summit Originals video:

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