In the ever-evolving landscape of Tokyo, a city that seamlessly blends tradition and innovation, Starbucks has created a unique coffee culture, bringing together aspects of Japanese aesthetics with its global brand.
I’ve been in Tokyo for almost 5 years and go to Starbucks a few times a week for study, read and do my work and other purposes.
If you are new to Tokyo, please read this article to know which Starbucks to visit.
STARBUCKS RESERVE ROASTERY TOKYO
The Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo is more than just a coffee shop. It’s a sanctuary for coffee lovers, an educational journey for the curious, and an architectural marvel for design enthusiasts. Whether you are a local or a visitor, it offers an experience that is both immersive and unforgettable.
It is a little far from the nearest station but worth visiting.
If you go visit on the weekend, it is always full of people.
Starbucks Coffee Ueno Onshi Park Store
Whether you’re seeking a place to unwind after exploring the vast Ueno Onshi Park, or you’re a coffee enthusiast looking to sample Starbucks’ global and local offerings, the Starbucks Coffee Ueno Onshi Park Store is a must-visit. Its ideal location, combined with a serene ambiance reflecting the park’s tranquility, creates a unique Starbucks experience. Add in the exquisite views of the natural surroundings and it becomes more than just a coffee stop, but a destination that encapsulates the beauty and charm of Tokyo city life.
I love this Starbucks because it is inside the huge park.
One of best place to chill out with your coffee
Starbucks Coffee Shibuya Tsutaya Store
Nestled in the heart of one of Tokyo’s most vibrant districts, the Starbucks Coffee Shibuya Tsutaya Store offers more than just a great cup of coffee. Its strategic location provides a front-row seat to the iconic Shibuya crossing, one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world. Offering a respite from the bustling city streets, this Starbucks store captures the essence of Shibuya – energetic, exciting, and distinctly Tokyo. Whether you’re people-watching, planning your next Shibuya adventure, or simply enjoying a latte, this Starbucks store makes every coffee break a memorable experience.
This Starbucks is not best to chill out as people are people are too many all the time. However, the location is right at the intersection of Shibuya so super convenient to access.
Starbucks Reserve® Store Ginza Marronnier Street
Located in Tokyo’s premier shopping district, the Starbucks Reserve® Store Ginza Marronnier Street stands as a testament to the marriage of luxury and coffee culture. Its refined setting and exclusive offerings make it more than just a coffee shop – it’s a destination for those seeking to experience the extraordinary side of Starbucks. Here, amidst the glamorous backdrop of Ginza, coffee connoisseurs can indulge in rare, exquisite Starbucks Reserve® coffees and unique coffee-inspired cocktails, making every visit a memorable exploration of flavors.
Personally I love this Starbucks so much!
Atmosphere is good, not so crowded and the location is great in center of Ginza area.
If you are tired of walking or shopping around, take a short breath at this Starbucks.
Starbucks Coffee Marunouchi Shin-Tokyo Building Store
Strategically located in the bustling business district of Marunouchi, the Starbucks Coffee Marunouchi Shin-Tokyo Building Store serves as an urban oasis amidst the city’s skyscrapers. Its convenient location makes it an ideal spot for business meetings, quick coffee breaks, or winding down after a busy workday. With its selection of Starbucks’ signature beverages and inviting atmosphere, this store captures the essence of the fast-paced Tokyo lifestyle while providing a comforting touch of familiarity. It’s more than just a place to grab a coffee – it’s a part of the daily rhythm of life in Marunouchi.
Marunouchi area has a lots of Starbucks, my best recommendation among them is the one inside the Marunouchi Shin-Tokyo building.
This Starbucks is good to visit by yourself to do some PC works, read or so.
(How far from the station)
|Ueno Onshi Park
|Shibuya Tsutaya Store
The purpose of visit and number of people to visit is different.
I usually go to Starbucks by myself so this is my personal rating.
If you are Starbucks lover, you may also enjoy the Starbucks in Japan as well.