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Nice as Starbucks go, with a indoor and outdoor seating areas. Located near the entrance of Sunshine City, this is popular with all mallgoers, including teenage girls. Spinach and cheese muffins and ham sandwiches are a healthy study snack supplemented by a variety of pastries and desserts. Anyone accustomed to Western Starbucks will be puzzled at the downsizing in amount of liquid received for p... Read More
I think I have a personal vendetta with Starbucks simply due to the large percentage of my life that has been spent looking at its logo, products, or store fronts. That being said, Starbucks in Tokyo is very similar to Starbucks elsewhere except the coffee is a tad worse and the price is a tad higher. There are other coffee shops that are dying to get your attention, go there instead
If you have some time to lounge around the airport, go to this Starbucks and people-watch. I got a Matcha Frappuchino, and was pleased to sit at the window seat and observe the bustling people. The service was fast and the barristas were friendly.
Pretty much like any other starbucks. no al fresco seats, but plenty of space on the inside (the area is more long, extending into the back, than tall or spacious).
The employees seem to have an easier/better grasp of English (i attempted to katakana-wise say creme brulee, upon which the employee spoke back with an american style)
as for clientele, series of businesspeople, a lot of women, ... Read More
You have a lot of Starbucks in Tokyo.
This one have the particularity to be in front of the Shibuya crossing on the 2nd floor.
It's a pro and a con. This is good because you can sit down and observe the waves of people that go everywhere but the con is the place is not so large and that you are not the only one to want to see this !
There's always a lot of people waiting. It's frustrating.
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If you can get a seat at the window, this is a good place to watch the intersection in shibuya. If you try to video out the window, staff will ask you to stop. The coffee here is just like any other Starbucks around the world. Get your Grande Mocha Frapa Java chiatto and head upstairs. IF there is a seat with a view, consider yourself lucky. If not, wander the Tsutaya it is connected to and c... Read More
Perfect place to sit and watch the world's busiest intersection. But if you want to sit anywhere, be prepared to wait. Unlike it's other million locations, this Starbuck's comes with one-size cups and a limited menu due to the sheer volume of customers.
The Starbucks in Shibuya is very convenient just in front of the Train station. The memorial of Atchiko is not so far.
I think, that place is the nicest place to see the famous shibuya intersection.
Starbucks Ichigaya JR Station is located on the second floor of Ichigaya JR Station (and quite close to some of the Tokyo Metro station exits. It’s not huge but makes good use of its space without being over-crowded. I used it for an English lesson and found that, while it was a little noisy, it did not prevent my student and me from being able to hear one another. My recommendation: the matcha ... Read More
Nice as Starbucks go, with a customer base of businessmen and students from nearby Sophia University. A good amount of table seating is complemented by a bar with stools. Spinach and cheese muffins and ham sandwiches are a healthy study snack supplemented by a variety of pastries and desserts. Anyone accustomed to Western Starbucks will be puzzled at the downsizing in amount of liquid received for... Read More