Javier Plumey

Faith. Tech. Life.

The youngest wanted bubble tea and we found this place while my wife shopped at Bath and Body Works, also known as the House of 1,000 Sneezes.

A cozy cafe interior with plush seating, a large figure of an animated character, children’s drawings on the wall, a shelf with plush toys, and a front window with a bubble tea shop sign.

A neon sign that reads “Taichi since 2015” against a teal wall, with a hanging plant in the upper left corner.

A shelf displaying a collection of cute plush toys designed to look like bubble tea cups in various colors, with faces and additional small plush toys resembling animals on the top shelf, set against a backdrop of artificial greenery.

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