Tokyo has been named the world’s most expensive city for Americans to work, partially due to extraordinarily high prices for everyday expenses like coffee. A cup of joe costs $8.29 at a coffee shop in Tokyo. That makes the average $20 spent weekly by American workers seem reasonable, or at least less ridiculous. The world’s most expensive coffee, oddly enough, comes from beans excreted by civet “cats” in Indonesia. The beans are referred to as “golden droppings,” and a cup of coffee produced from them costs as much as $100 per cup in specialty cafés.