Thai coffee, Japanese style, community support
Cafe Amazon, the coffee shops of Thai energy firm PTT, has opened its first branch in Japan, in the disaster-stricken village of Kawauchi, Fukushima Prefecture, where 30% of residents have yet to return since the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
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