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Best cafes in Shibuya City

Theme Restaurant
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“Famous COSPLAY Cafe. Direct along the Green Subway line, at HARAJUKU / Meiji-Jingumae, no train changes. 27 mins.”
24 locals recommend
Café
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“Times Square of Tokyo. The most famous crossing of Japan where 3000 people walk at the same time. Most popular filming/photo shooting spot.”
25 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Small, intimate and comforting feel. You can get real coffee and select your favorite beans. The staff can speak some English. Free WiFi”
14 locals recommend
Cafe
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“Busy intersection Shop full Long lines But Great place to see crossing Good cafe Great atmosphere Recommend it!!! スクランブル交差点が見える最高の立地!!しかし、日中は非常に混雑しており1階のオーダーカウンターも行列しているかも。早朝に行くのがおすすめです!”
19 locals recommend
Cafe
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“very delicious Souffle and Souffle pancakes ☆彡 Open 11:00-23:00 ゆっくりできる場所です。”
17 locals recommend
Cafe
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“Grab a coffee at the starbucks here to watch the the worlds busiest crossing in front of Shibuya station. Worth a look”
8 locals recommend
Burger Joint
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“The name is "Burgers base" This shop is a 'casual and stylish' hamburger shop. The recommendation of this shop is the Sasebo buger. The Sasebo burger is a famous humburger created first in japan.”
13 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“BOOK LAB TOKYO was a cafe / event space of 40 seats, it is a new bookstore to align the 10,000 New Books. "Make to support the people," the original technical specification and design this concept, science, has been abundantly justified professional documents such as construction. High-quality hand-drip coffee, craft beer is a new space also drink.”
17 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The Yamatane Museum of Art is proud to be a part of the Google Art Project, which allows you to navigate the collections and interiors of the world’s leading museums. See the art work as you never have before: zoom into the high-resolution photos to see surprising details, do side-by-side comparisons of individual works, and curate your own collection of artwork from the world's leading museums. Please enjoy the beautiful world of Japanese arts!”
9 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“The cafe where I began my coffee lover life. Best of best coffee shop in Japan, but take care, No photo is prohibited by stoic legendary balista, Mr. Katsuyuki Tanaka.”
9 locals recommend
Café
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“This restaurant is in a basement in Shinjuku, and even though it’s located on a busy street, it’s not particularly obvious and so it feels very hidden. They have a nice selection of creative books, some about contemporary photography, along with a large selection of magazines. They are also a restaurant, and sell burgers and various drinks. On some days, they have live music from bands or DJs. Check online to find out when.”
6 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“This starbacks has open deck space. This is around the buildings with some tree, maybe you can learx here. ”
2 locals recommend