New Starbucks Store to Open at Shinjuku Gyoen

Starbucks Japan is Opening a New Store at Shinjuku Gyoen National Park in Tokyo in March 2020

Shinjuku Gyoen (新宿御苑) is a spacious national park located in Shinjuku District, Tokyo, consisting several gardens, walk paths, ponds and lawn space. It’s one of the most popular sightseeing spots among tourists where visitors can getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax. Shinjuku Gyoen is also a very popular spot for cherry blossom viewing and autumn leaves hunting in Tokyo.

In 2020 spring, Starbucks Japan will be the first private enterprise to open a store in this pleasant national park in Tokyo. There are several unique and beautiful Starbucks stores in Japan including Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Tokyo Nakameguro and a traditional Machiya style store in Kyoto, and the Starbucks Coffee Shinjuku Gyoen will be joining the list, and surely be a must-visit place for Starbucks fans.

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Starbucks Coffee Shinjuku Gyoen aims to be a sustainable cafe with a big advantage of the store location that blends into the rich nature and is seamlessly connected to the outside, and commits to the actions such as using domestic timber and recycling resources.

Since Japan was the first country landing its overseas store outside North America in 1996, as a global brand with the respect to the local culture of Japan, Starbucks Coffee welcomes visitors from diverse nationalities and generations and delivers the best coffee experience .

If you are seeking for a relaxing time while visiting Shinjuku, which is one of the busiest districts in Tokyo, this new Starbucks store could be the perfect oasis in the city for you!


-Starbucks Coffee Shinjuku Gyoen Store

Map: http://bit.ly/2Wrmwqy
Opening Date: 20 March 2020
Hours: According to the park
Store Space: 168.10 square meters
Number of Seats: 50 seats


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