Updated: November 06, 2018
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Astonishingly Beautiful Starbucks In Japan!

You may think Starbucks is the same everywhere, but actually, there are many concept stores in Japan. You will be shocked to see these beautifully designed Starbucks!! This article will introduce the top 6 Starbucks concept stores in Japan!

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Ueno Park (Tokyo)

Ueno Park is a famous park for cherry blossom viewing, but it also has Japan's oldest zoo (Ueno zoo), as well as other fun activities to enjoy.
Inside this park, there is a Starbucks store, with 69 open terrace seats. When it is a nice weather, you can enjoy your Starbucks coffee surrounded by nature!

Izumo Grand Shrine (Shimane)

Izumo Grand Shrine (Izumo Taisha) is one of the most important and ancient Shinto shrines in Japan, and is located in the Shimane Prefecture.

A Starbucks store is located right in front of the shrine. This store incorporates the "Wa" or Japanese style design, so that the atmosphere of the store goes well with the view of the shrine from the store window!

Kobe Kitano Ijinkan (Kobe)

In Kobe, there is an area of preserved ijinkan (western-style residences), which was built after Kobe became a treaty port in 1869.
The Starbucks store located in Kitano-cho preserved the original structure of the building established in 1907, and therefore the retro, Western atmosphere can still be enjoyed at this store!

Dazaifu Tenmangu (Fukuoka)

Dazaifu Tenmangu is a shrine built over the grave of the God of calligraphy or literature, Michizane Sugawara. Many students pray here before their school entrance exams.

Starbucks is located on the road that leads to the Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. This store was built with a concept of enriching the traditional and the modern, and this concept is expressed through the woven cedar woods. As it is located close to the shrine, it is a great place to rest after visiting the shrine!

Kyoto Karasuma Rokkaku (Kyoto)

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Rokkakudo is a distinctive temple that has a hexagonal main hall and is associated with Japan's famous historical figure, Prince Shotoku. This temple is the birthplace of ikebana, or the Japanese flower arrangements.

The Starbucks Kyoto Karasuma Rokkaku Store is designed with glass walls so that customers can have a nice view of the Rokkakudo while enjoying a cup of coffee.

Toyama Kansui Park (Toyama)

Toyama Kansui Park is designed around the Fugan canal, and you can enjoy the beautiful nature and also attractions such as riding boats and cruises!

The Starbucks located in this park was recognized as the most beautifully designed Starbucks in the world in the year 2008! You can enjoy illumination events at night as well.

Lastly...

Starbucks can be found almost anywhere, with over 20,000 stores located around the world, but they are not all the same! I hope you can visit some of these astonishingly beautiful Starbucks in Japan!

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