Starbucks is a world-famous cafe and has over 1500 stores in Japan. Among them, STARBUCKS RESERVE ROASTERY TOKYO, which opened in the spring of 2019, is one of the largest and most special Starbucks in Japan. At STARBUCKS RESERVE ROASTERY TOKYO, you can eat and drink food and beverages not found in other Starbucks. Also, since this Starbucks has four floors, I would like to introduce it floor by floor.
Business Hours: 07:00～23:00
Regular Holiday: Irregular
Address: 2-19-23 Aobadai Meguroku Tokyo 153-0042
Access: 14-minute walk from the west exit of Nakameguro Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line /
14-minute walk from the east exit of Ikejiri-Ohashi Station on the Tokyu Denentoshi Line
When you enter the store, the first thing you see is a huge roasting machine. This roasting machine is the symbol of Starbucks Reserve Roastery Tokyo, and it allows us to roast green beans. Here you can watch the roasting process.
On the first floor, there is mainly coffee. However, there are many extraction methods and types of beans, and you can drink coffee that you cannot usually taste.
You can buy limited edition tumblers, mugs, and tote bags that you can’t buy at other Starbucks.
There is also a bakery called Princi, where you can taste authentic Italian bakery. The variety of breads, cakes, and penne changes depending on the time of day, so you can enjoy them all day long.
On the second floor, you can drink a variety of teas. So, you can compare teas. When you order a cup of tea, you will receive a card with instructions.
There is also a cream soda made with green tea from Uji, Kyoto and Starbucks special ice cream. Only at Starbucks Roastery Reserve Tokyo can you enjoy this!
As well as coffee beans, you can buy tea leaves of your favorite teas. Highly recommended as a souvenir!
On the third floor, you can have a drink. There are only a few Starbucks in Japan where you can drink alcohol, including STARBUCKS RESERVE ROASTERY TOKYO. There is also a large variety of drinks, many of which can only be found here.
This is a cocktail called the Starbucks Reserve Espresso Martini. The espresso has a nice aroma and goes very well with the vanilla bean syrup. It’s a bit pricey, but it’s one of the drinks you should definitely try.
There is also a wide selection of snacks for your drinks.
The fourth floor is an open space. This allows us to communicate with a wide variety of people. There are also a variety of events that can be held.
There is also a wide range of terrace seating, offering a panoramic view of Tokyo. In the spring, you can see the cherry blossom trees lining the riverbed, which is highly recommended.
STARBUCKS RESERVE ROASTERY TOKYO is definitely a place where you can experience things you’ve never experienced before.
Please visit STARBUCKS RESERVE ROASTERY TOKYO!