In the core of Tokyo’s Naka Meguro neighborhood, there is a newcomer. This four story Starbucks Hold Roastery Tokyo is the biggest on the planet, presenting unique gourmet espressos, selective teas, pastries, pizzas and even mixed drinks!
With a line of 955 gatherings on opening day, here’s the reason the new Starbucks Save Roastery in Tokyo merits all the publicity.
Starbucks Save Roastery Tokyo
Address : Tokyo-to, Meguro-ku, Aobadai 2-19-23 東京都目黒区青葉台2丁目19-23
Opening times : Day by day 7am to 11pm
Step by step instructions to arrive : It is a brief stroll from Naka-Meguro Station.
1. Best sakura seeing spot
The captivating inside of the store was propelled by the acclaimed Cherry Bloom trees covering the Meguro stream. With floor to roof glass dividers, visit during sakura season and you’ll come eye level with the trees and their appearance upon the stream.
2. Biggest Starbucks Roastery espresso container
After entering the Roastery, you’ll be welcomed by the world’s biggest Starbucks Roastery espresso container, spreading over four stories tall. The rose gold roastery decorated with carefully assembled cherry blooms changes tones for the duration of the day, promising an alternate encounter each time you visit.
3. Naturally heated Italian admission
The Princi Pastry kitchen situated on the main floor serves newly heated handmade genuine Italian passage. Appreciate crisply heated bread, cornetti, focaccias, pizzas and the sky is the limit from there! This is the first Princi Bread shop in Japan!
4. The world’s biggest Teavana Bar
On the subsequent floor, you’ll step into the customs of Japanese tea at the world’s biggest Teavana bar. One selective tea you can’t miss is the Pop’n Tea Sakura Jasmine! It includes a lively hibiscus and cherry popsicle which sits on a botanical jasmine tea.
5. Starbucks Japan’s first mixed drink bar Arriviamo™