Starbucks in Tokyo



Bunkyo Chiyoda Chuo Koto Meguro Minato Shibuya Shinagawa Shinjuku Sumida Taito Tokyo


Kanda Eki-mae

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

This MIGHT be this store: www.starbucks.com/store/3936, which might correspond to http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=227. If you have a moment, check the starbucks.com URL and see if it comes up, and what name is listed, and email me.

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Shibuya TOKYU Toyoko

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

This location offers no seating--only take away.


Kanda Eki-mae

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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Higashi-ginza

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 February 2004

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Hongo Todai-Mae, Bunkyo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

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Juntenedo Univ. Hospital, Bunkyo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

If you are lucky, when you visit this store you will be treated to the sight of an elderly security guard or some baristas trying to chase pigeons from the lobby.


Suidobashi Koraku Mori Bldg., Bunkyo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

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Tokyo Dome City LaQua, Bunkyo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

To my knowledge, the only (company-owned) store in front of a roller coaster, or in an amusement park, for that matter.

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Tokyo Dome City Meets Port, Bunkyo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

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University of Tokyo, Bunkyo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013



Akasaka Prudential Tower, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

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Akihabara Eki-mae, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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atre Akihabara, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

Though in a mall, this store is interesting because their is a another level, with five times as much seating, in a completely separate, disconnected room, one level up. To reach that room, you have to go out into the hallway and up to the fourth floor.

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Awaji-cho Ekinae, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 February 2004

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Hibiya Chanter, Chiyoda

OPENED: 22 December 2010, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

Cool building, and curved shape!

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Hibiya City, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

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Ichigaya Station, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 February 2004

Named Ichigaya Eki-mae on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=121


Jinbo-cho IP21 Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 February 2004

This location, the first I visited in the Tokyo prefecture, has three stories, which is not uncommon in Japan, but rare in North America and the UK.

Probably the same store as Jinbocho 1-chome, http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=394

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JR Tokyo Eki Nihonbashiguchi, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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JR Tokyo Eki Shinkansen Minami, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

Good luck finding this store, one of three inside the JR Tokyo Station. After asking around, you'll discover that it is inside the ticket area. Eventually you'll figure out that you can enter with just a 130-yen ticket, but then you still have to find the store itself. You'll wander round and round, because you don't speak Japanese, but you won't see it, and eventually you'll ask a guard who will look at a map and inform you that the store--the WRONG store--is outside. You'll say "no, inside", and he'll repeat that it's outside. You'll walk off and keep looking, until you spot an information counter. Thankfully the attendant will speak English, and she'll direct you towards the Shinkansen South Transfer Gate, and tell you you need a ticket. Fortunately, the 130-yen ticket you already bought will get you past that gate as well, and finally you'll find the kiosk!!!

Funny thing is, if you had been able to read Japanese, and you had seen the store's full name on the Japanese site, JR Tokai Tokyo Eki Shinkansen Minami-Rachinai, you would have had a clue, because eki means station, minami means south, and rachinai mean something like 'within bounds'.

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JR Tokyo Station Yaesu Kitaguchi, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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JR Yurakucho Eki Kyobashiguchi, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

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Kakimi Kojimachi, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

Simply known as Kojimachin on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=33

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Kanda Kusumoto Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

Also named Uchikanda, http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=178

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Kanda Ogawamachi 2-chome, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 February 2004



Kasumi Dining, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

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Kitanomaru Square, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

At most of the office building stores in Tokyo, I was able to find an angle for a good photo with no problem, but at this one, security is tight, and a very serious security guard sits just to the right of the store, making it impossible to get an angle.

As you can see, I shot this from outside, and he STILL saw me. As I packed up my camera, he came outside, looking at me sternly, and I quickly crossed the street.

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Kudanshita, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 February 2004

The smallest store I encountered of the first 23 I visited.

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lidabashi JR Kamotsu, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

This MIGHT be U.S. Starbucks website name for the store known as Iidabashi I-GARDEN TERRACE on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=448, but I'm not sure. The only clue I have is a partial address, 3-10, versus 3-10-9 on the Japanese site.

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Marunouchi Maru Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

Named Marunouchi Bldg. on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=371

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Marunouchi Mitsubishi, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

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Marunouchi Park Bldg, Chiyoda

OPENED: 01 January 2009, PHOTO: ? ? 2013

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Marunouchi Shin-Tokyo Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

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Ochanomizu Murata Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 February 2004



Otemachi Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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Otemachi Conference Center, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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Otemachi KDD Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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Otemachi Shin-Tokyo Sankei Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

Also named Otemachi Tokyo Sankei Bldg., http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=346

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Sanno Park Tower, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

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Shinmarubiru Building, Chiyoda

OPENED: 01 January 2006, PHOTO: ? ? 2013

Named Shin Maru Bldg. on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=743

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Shin-Otemachi Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

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Takebashi Palace Side, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 February 2004



Tokyo Station City Sapia Tower, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

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Tsutaya Yurakucho Marui, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

Sort of 'inside' the Tsutaya bookstore.

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Uchisaiwaicho Yamoto Seimei Bldg., Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

Named NBF Hibiya Bldg. on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=69

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Yurakucho Bldg.,, Chiyoda

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

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ES - Metropia Nihonbashi Station, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

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Ginza Corridor Street, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

Named Ginza Corridor-dori on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=60

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Ginza Five, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

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Ginza Marronnier-dori, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 February 2004

This store is unique in that it features not only a fireplace upstairs, but a décor different from the standard.


Ginza Matsuya-dori, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 February 2004

The first location in Japan!


Ginza Miyuki-dori, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 February 2004

Instead of an upstairs, this store features a spacious downstairs.


Kayabacho, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

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Kyobashi Station, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

Named Kyobashi Eki-mae on the Japanese site.

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Mitsukoshi Kuroda Building, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

This MIGHT be the American website named for the Nihonbashi-honcho store on the Japanse website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=53

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Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi-mae, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

Named Nihonbashi Suruga Bldg. on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=55


Ningyocho, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

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Tsukiji eki-mae, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 February 2004



Yaesu Chikagai, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 15 June 2013

Also named Yaesu Shopping Mall, http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=3

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Yaesu Sakura-dori, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

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Yaesu Urban Square, Chuo

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 16 June 2013

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Kameido ELNARD, Koto

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

Named atre Kameido on the Japanese website.

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Meguro Gonnosuke-zaka, Meguro

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

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Nakameguro Eki-mae, Meguro

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

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Nakameguro Yamate-dori, Meguro

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

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Acasaka Sacas, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

Attacked to a concert hall.

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Access Omotesando, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004



Akasaka Biz Tower, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

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Akasaka Kokusai Bld, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

Named Kokusai Shin-Akasaka Bldg. on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=944

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Akasaka Long Beach, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

Named Akasaka-mitsuke on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=142

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Akasaka Tameike Tower, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

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Aoyama Kotto-tori, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

If you end up at the table in the corner of this store, take care that you don't shift around too much in your seat, otherwise the door will keep opening.


Ark Hills, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

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Hamamatsucho Toshiba Bldg., Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013



Jikei University Hospital, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

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JR Tokai Shinagawa Eki, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

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JR Tokai Shinagawa Eki Rachinai -LS, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

Inside the gate, so you will need a ticket (130-yen when I visited) to access this store.

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Kamiya-cho Atago Green Hills, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

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Roppongi Hills Metro, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

Named Roppongi Hills METRO HAT/HOLLYWOOD PLAZA on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=437


Roppongi Hills West Walk, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013



Roppongi Hills WEST WALK, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

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Roppongi Hills West Walk Lounge, Minato

OPENED: 01 January 2008, PHOTO: ? ? 2013

Feels very open, with just two walls, this Reserve store sits almost directly below the original West Walk store.

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Roppongi Torikaku Building, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

Tucked amidst a nexus gentlemen's clubs.

Named Roppongi 7-chome on the Japanese site: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=134

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Shibadaimon Hotel Project, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

Named Shiba-daimon on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=780

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Shinbashi Kashiekei, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013, ORIGINAL VISIT: 21 June 2013



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Shingawa Intercity Store, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

A very old store, Japan's 25th.

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Shirokane Takanawa, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

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Shiroyama Garden, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

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Tamachi Mitsubishi Automobile Bldg., Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

Shares space with a Mitsubishi dealership. Named Tamachi Eki Nishiguchi on the Japanse website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=205

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Tokyo Midtown Complex Studio, Minato

OPENED: 01 January 2007, PHOTO: ? ? 2013

This posh store has a counter where customers can preview a selection of CDs, like the old Hear Music stores.

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Toranomon 2-chome Mori Bldg., Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

Named Toranomon 2-chome Tower on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=90

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Toranomon Unpin Building, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

The bathroom at this store has a sign on it that reads "POWDER ROOM"!!!

Named Toranomon Eki-mae on the Japanse website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=65

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TSUTAYA Kamiyacho Eki-mae (Closed), Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 17 June 2013

Okay, this store was not actually closed, as of my visit, as indicated on the American site. The name on the Japanese site is simply TSUTAYA Kamiyacho eki-mae: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=2022. I asked if it had moved (relocated within the bookstore), but neither the baristas nor the customer who translated for me really understood what I was asking.

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Tsutaya Tokyo Roppongi, Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

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TTameike Four Seeds Bldg., Minato

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 20 June 2013

Named FOUR SEEDS Tameike Sanno Bldg. on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=277

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Atre Ebisu, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

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Daikanyama TSUTAYA BOOKS, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

A Reserve store, sitting Inside what seemed to me to be the largest and poshest Tsutaya.


Ebisu UNION Bldg., Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

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Harajuku, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

Unusual facade for a Japanese store, definitely something you'd be more likely to find in America.

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Jingumae 6-chome, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

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Kitasando, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

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Meiji Jingu-mae Metropia, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

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Omotesando B-SIDE, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

Lots of glass in the design of this store gives it a modern and spacious feel.

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Omotesando Jingumae 4-chome, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

This store displays a 'green book' that details its environmental features, and upstairs you will find a table displaying a series of plaques that, I presume, offer information about coffee (I can't read Japanese).

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Shibiuya Toho Seimei Bldg., Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

Named Shibuya Cross Tower on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=97

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Shibuya 2-chome Bldg.,, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

Look for this store's bathrooms outside and around the corner in the larger building's hallway.


Shibuya 3 chome, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004



Shibuya Bunkamura-dori, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004



Shibuya Koen-dori N-2 Bldg. Proje, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

This three-story location actually has another staircase leading up to a fourth floor, but all I could see was storage for supplies.


Shibuya Mark City, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004



Shibuya Organ-zaka, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

Though the downstairs is small, this location has a cool, if vertigo-producing, spiral staircase leading to a larger room in which sits the longest table I have seen in any Starbucks anywhere. It's so long the wood is about three times thicker than ordinary, to keep it from warping I suppose.


SHIBUYA TSUTAYA, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

The busiest location in the world!

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TG - Shibuya Fire Street, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 February 2004

This store offers free Internet access on a couple of desktops and a laptop. I'm not sure who provided the computers, but the broadband access was provided by Tepco, an ISP with which the Starbucks shares building space, presumably as a promotion. The keyboards are quite cleverly covered in a protective plastic sheet.

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Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013

Perhaps the prettiest of many pretty stores in Omotesando, this location, though not that big, and not that easy to access (sixth floor), is worth visiting for all the unusual decorations.

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Yebisu Garden Place, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013



Yoyogi Eki-mae, Shibuya

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 June 2013



Gate City Osaki, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

A Reserve store, inside a mall, unusual.

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Meguro, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

A new concept store, spectacularly-decorated with a brightly-colored tapestry in the back, a themed bookshelf, and a cloth screen on which coffee-themed photos are projected.

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Nishi Gotanda, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

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Remy Gotanda, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

Inside Remy, a large multi-level department store, the likes of which I've seen in many countries around the world, but not so much in America.


San Meguro, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 22 June 2013

Named Atre MEGURO 1 on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=813 -

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Tennozu M&I, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013

On a smaller island, so you'll have to walk across a bridge to get to this one.

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Tsutaya Osaki Eki-mae, Shinagawa

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 18 June 2013



atre Yotsuya, Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

Large patio, with a view.

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ES - Iidabashi METROPIA, Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

Unless I missed another access point, this store is behind the gates in the subway station, requiring a ticket for one of two subway lines.

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Iidabashi Karukozaka, Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 February 2004

Though smallish, the façade of this location does pretty things with glass.


Kagurazakashita, Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

Posh.

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Keio University Hospital, Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

Of the various hospital locations I've seen in Tokyo, this one is different because it is in a separate building, rather than being just a kiosk. Also, it has no standard menu board, but rather a blank chalkboard on which the partners draw menu options. Also, there is a TV monitor, but it doesn't play shows--it serves a medical purpose. I presume the same is true of the phone in the corner.


Mitsuya Yotsuya, Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 19 June 2013

Named Yotsuya 3-chome on the Japanese website: http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=18

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Shinjuku Ekure., Shinjuku

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 21 February 2004

This location has a wooden terrace that is about the smallest I've ever seen.

Also named Shinjuku 3-chome, http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=12


Kinshi-cho MARUI, Sumida

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013



Kinshicho Terminal 2, Sumida

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

Actually Termina, not Terminal.

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TOKYO SKY TREE - Soramachi Hi 6F, Sumida

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

Unlike the other location, this store actually has a view of the iconic Tokyo Sky Tree, as well as a posh design to match, which includes a super cool monochromatic painting spanning the length of one wall.

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TOKYO SKY TREE - Soramachi Nishi 1F, Sumida

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 23 June 2013

Though the front lobby, adjacent to a hallway of the shopping center, makes this store appear to be little more than a simple kiosk, if you venture back to the seating you will find an ornate decoration on a wall befitting this store's location at one of Japan's best tourist attractions.

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Asakusa kaminarimon-dori, Taito

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 14 June 2013

This store is a Starbucks Reserve, probably because of its high-profile location near the Kaminarimon Gate.

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Atre Ueno, Taito

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 14 June 2013

In the Atre, a mall inside the Ueno station, this renovated location sports a fresh design accentuated by two colorful painted maps of the Ueno neighborhood.


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Marui Ueno, Taito

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 14 June 2013

At this store I saw something interesting, blankets that customers can use. I'm not sure I quite got it, but the barista showed me that a customer can put the blanket on her lap when sitting. I guess it's for for the cold, but it's not even that cold, especially since this Starbucks is inside, underground.

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Okachimachi Kasuga - dori, Taito

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 14 June 2013

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Tobu Asakusa Station Bldg., Taito

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 14 June 2013

Three stories.

Might actually called Asakusa Eki-mae the listing on the U.S. website is inaccessible at the moment.

http://www.starbucks.co.jp/en/search/detail.php?id=299&search_condition=Tokyo&pref_code=13

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Ueno Onshi Park, Taito

OPENED: ?, PHOTO: 14 June 2013

Location, location, location!!! This store benefits from a prime location in one of Tokyo's largest parks.

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Closed Stores
Hibiya Mitsui (Closed)
Kanda Station Minami-guchi (Closed)
Marunouchi Mitsubishi Trust Bank Bldg.
Marunouchi Mitsubishi Trust Bank Bldg.
Misaki-cho Ono Building
Roppongi (Closed)
Roppongi (Closed)
Sendagaya (Closed)
Sendagaya (Closed)

 

Stores Not Visited
Boeicho (Defense Agency)
Tamagawa Takashimaya S. C.
Tamagawa Takashimaya SC(WBS)
Tokyo Kyuko Oimachi Eki
Ikebukuro Shopping Park
Roppongi Hills Goldman Sachs
Kiyose Eki-mae
Fussa SEIYU
Tobu Kita-senju Eki
Otsuka Eki-mae
Machida Kanamori
Tsurukawa
Youga
Toshimaen Eki-mae
Fuchu Kururu
Pedi Shiodome
Tobu Takenozuka Station Bldg. CLOSE
Musashimurayama Diamond City
La La Port Toyosu
Tsutaya Bajikoen
Hino Manganji Bypass
HND - Haneda Airport Term 1 Mkt Pl
HND - Haneda Airport South Pier Gte
Machida Pario
Shinjuku Mitsui Building
Atre vie Tabata
Atre Omori
Mitaka Lon Lon
Shinjuku Nomura Bldg
Seiseki Sakuragaoka OPA
Toyosu Center Bldg.
Minami Aoyama
Jiyugaoka Kuriyama Building
Machida Tokyu
Oizumi Gakuen Yumeria Fente
LUMINE Tachikawa
ES- Yutikamome Shinbashi Station
Harumi Island Triton Square
Kanamachi LUMINUS
Serioka Garden
Inkebukuro Meiji Street
Kokubunji Hataman Bldg.
Akabane Eki-mae
Shinjuku Taian Bldg.
Ikebukuro Nishiguchi
Kichijoji Shinsei Bank
Kiba Ito Yokada Shopping Centre
Musashi Sakai Ito Yokado Shopping C
Minamisuna JUSCO
Hiroo North Gate Project
Shinjuku L Tower
Shinjyuku Shinminamiguchi
Shinjuku Southern Terrace
Tama Center Mitsukoshi
Minami Aoyama Kotto-dori
Kichijoji Tokyu
Meidaimae
Azubu Juban
Aoyama Gaien Nishi-dori
Sangenjaya
Shinjuku Mine Tower
AEON Itabashi
Shiodome City Center
LUMINE Shinjyuku
Hachioji Tokyu Square
Himonya Daiei
Tachikawa Isetan
EST Shinjuku Bldg.
Shimokitazawa
Kichijoji Inokashira Kouen
The mall Mizuho
Kanda Tokyu Travel Agency
Oji Kyotoku Bldg.
Gakugeidaigaku-eki mae
Nishi Shinjuku Mitsui Building
Sengawa Kawahara Bldg.
Minami Ikebukuro
Takadadanobaba 108 Bldg.
Kunitachi Project
Ikebukuro Sunshine City
Jiyugaoka Eki-mae
Nakano-Dori
Aomi SUN WALK
Nishi-Shinjuku Green Tower Bldg.
Minami Machida Grandberry Mall
Seibu Takadanobaba
Asagaya Station
Seibu Shinjuku PePe
Akishima Mori Town
Tachikawa Wakaba
Kitasenju LUMINE
Shinjuku Marui - 8F
Shinjuku Marui - 2F
Kyorin University Hospital
Ministry of Economy Trade & Industr
Haneda Airport North Pier Gate
Seijo
Shinjuku Nishiguchi
Ario Kameari
NEC Head Office Bldg.
Nihon University Itabashi Hospital
LUMINE Ogikubo
LUMINE Shinjuku EST
Ikebukuro Sunshine-dori
Shinjuku Subnade
AEON Mall Hinode Public Court
AEON Mall Hinode
UBS Securities Otemachi - 10th Flr
Marui City Ikebukuro
Cainz Home Ome
Tamasakai
Caretta Shiodome
St. Lukes International Hospital
GRANDUO Kamata - Relocation
Aqua City Odaiba - Reloc
Ario Kitasuna
Venus Fort Grand
Southern Sky Tower Hachioji
Hankyu Oimachi Garden
Futakotamagawa Rize Dogwood Plaza
Hewlett Packard Japan Head Office
__Higashi-ginza
Acorde Yoyogiuehara
LUMINE Ikebukuro
Motohachioji
Diver City Tokyo Plaza
Tobu Ikebukuro
Roka Koen
Tama Yaen Kaido
Frente Minamiosawa
Tamagawa 3 chome

 

Stores Closed Before I Could Visit

The following stores are ones that I was not able to visit before they closed. Each of these stores represents the loss of a small piece of my soul. If I miss enough stores, I will eventually lose all of my soul and become like one of the walking dead. I appeal to Starbucks to alert me ahead of time before a store closes so that I will not lose my soul in its entirety.

AEON Akishima
Akasaka
Akasaka Iwamota Bldg.
Akasaka Kokusai Bld
Akasaka Yachiyo Bldg.
Akihabara ecap 24 & Brick
Akihabara UDX Bldg
Aqua City
Chofu Microsoft
ES - Shibuya Tokyu Toyoko
ES - Uchisaiwaicho 2-chome
Fuchu Sakura Shokuhinkan
Ginza Yanagi-dori
Grand Tokyo North Tower
Hachioji Keio Plaza Hotel
Hiroo Arisugawa Koen-mae
JR Tokai Shinagawa Eki Rachinai
Kamata Palio
Kamikya-cho Eki-mae
Kasumigaseki
Kasumigaseki Bldg
Keikyu Haneda Airport Stn
Kichijoji
Kichijoji Lonlon
Kichijoji Nakamichi-dori
Kioicho Bldg.
Marunouchi Eiraku Building
Minami Osawa FAB
Mitaka Lon Lon
Nihombashi 2-chome
Nishi-Shinjuku Dai1 Taisho
Nlhonnbashi Kodenmacyo Bldg
ODAKYU HALC
Oimachi Marui
Oimachi Mitsubishi Bank
Rikkyo Street
Shibuya Cerulean Tower
Shinjuku Isetan Girl
Shinjuku MY CITY
Shinjuku Nomura
TG- Keio Kichijoji Station
TG-Shimokitazawa Perumo
Toranomom 1-chome
Toranomon Nihon Denchi
Tsutaya Tokyo Roppongi