Go to the second floor and sit near the windows to get a fantastic view of the busy Shibuya crossing. Best place to people watch!
Same Starbucks expected although the view is spectacular!! Buy a coffee, go upstairs, sit back and enjoy the busiest crossing ever seen!! Well worth a stop if you are passing!!
They totally didn't understand how to make my coffee. When I explained they remade it even worse. Obviously didn't understand me. I don't speak Japanese so technically it's my fault. No ceramic cups for stay in service. Dirty behind the counter. Will not be back to that location. Good view of main intersection. Go upstairs and take a picture but... More
The Starbucks menu is just like any Starbucks you know but when u take your coffe to the second floor you understand that u sit in the best place to watch Shibuya Crosswalk! If you a need a coffee break, don't miss this spot!
after a long walk (window shopping) we decided to have a frapuccino-cake break at this starbucks outlet. well the coffeee was of course good, and the service was super. thank you for oranizing that special cake plate with a happy birthday greeting. you guys rock!!!!
You order your coffee on the 1st floor and then carry it up to the 2nd. Menu wise it's pretty standard Starbucks stuff, although they don't have every selection of size and shape. Ordering is pretty straightforward even if you don't speak Japanese, they have a nice picture menu where you and just point and go 'kore kudasi'. There was... More
First of all you have to way about 15minuts just to take your order. And now, they only serve one size : tall. You can't have small, grande or venti. At least the staffs are friendly... But then again when you go to the 2nd floor to have a seat, it's almost impossible and the glass is always dirty. Never... More
The Starbucks here is the busiest as not only is it located opposite the Shibuya Station, it is also at the Shibuya crossing, the busiest crossing in Tokyo. **Taking pictures from the Starbucks on Level 2 (facing Shibuya crossing) is not allowed. So take note. ;)
OK. In much the same way as McDonald's becomes Makudonarudo in the Romanised version of it's Japanese name, ordinary old Starbucks here has become Sutabakkusukohi!!! I love it. How ridiculous!!! But... under any name, this is just plain old Starbucks like you find in any country around the world. Nothing special but if you need a caffeine fix, I guess... More
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