Luxury Starbucks in Ginza with Reservable Seats! Check Out the Classy Lunch Menu and Exclusive Items Too
Starbucks is a coffee brand known all over the world. There are many Starbucks branches within Japan as well, with unique concept stores popping up in recent years. This article will focus on STARBUCKS RESERVE (R) STORE Ginza Marronier-dori. What type of features will they have here?
What is STARBUCKS RESERVE (R) STORE Ginza-Marronier-dori?
Ginza is the location of the first-ever Starbucks store in Japan. The flagship shop in this area reopened in September 2019 after undergoing a complete renovation. They have a coffee menu featuring six types of coffee extractors, so you can order the perfect cup of coffee suited to your tastes, and they even have an extensive selection of items from the popular Italian bakery Princi (R). There's been a lot of buzz about the newly introduced reservation system here as well, which allows you to secure seats in a select area in the store.
Drink Specialty Coffee Brewed From Your Choice of 6 Brewing Methods
STARBUCKS RESERVE (R) STORE Ginza Marronier-dori stocks special high-quality, unique coffee beans released under the Starbucks Reserve (R) brand. These rare coffee beans, which are offered only at a limited number of stores worldwide, are ground and brewed just after each order is made. You can choose from 6 types of coffee brewing machines like Clover and Black Eagle so that you can fully enjoy the flavors in each cup. In addition to coffee and espressos, they also have an extensive drink menu with tea beverages and alcohol like beer and wine. There are many ways to enjoy your time here depending on the tone of your visit!
Recommended drink: Clover-brewed (R) Con Crema (From 680 JPY for both hot and iced (excl. tax)), Starbucks Reserve (R) coffee prepared on the Clover brewer and topped with a cinnamon coffee spice foam.
Relax and Dig Into a Lunch Plate
The store layout is very spacious, so you can spend a very relaxing time here. Besides breakfast and coffee, you'll also want to try their popular lunch plate, Tavola (1,180 yen (excl. tax)). It's a casual meal featuring authentic Italian flavors with numerous options, such as salad and lasagna, that you are free to mix and match depending on your preferences. It also comes with focaccia sticks, the iconic pastry of the popular Milano-based bakery Princi (R) in store. You'll want to check out the wide selection of Italian desserts as well!
Purchase Some Stylish Original Items
There's a lot of amazing food and drink options here, but don't forget about their huge selection of original items! There's a diverse lineup of products on sale here, including typical coffee accessories and items such as tumblers, as well as stationery items, bags, and pouches. Some top picks from the bunch are the Starbucks Reserve Logo Key Holder (3,000 JPY), which displays the logo of the store, and the exclusive Starbucks Reserve Coffee Passport (1,500 JPY). The "passport" is a notebook in which you can record notes about characteristic coffee flavors and collect coffee cards designed with information about each individual coffee (production area, manufacturing process, characteristics, etc.) as keepsakes.
Reserve a Seat and Avoid the Crowd
One of the most striking features of the STARBUCKS RESERVE (R) STORE Ginza Marronier-dori location is the ability to reserve seats online. Be sure to take advantage of this function, but keep in mind that there may be wait times for drink orders during busy hours and you may not be able to choose your seats.
Reservation hours: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Group size: 2 - 12 people
Time period: 60 minutes or 90 minutes
Reservation deadline: Reservations accepted until 7:00 am on the day of
Eligible reservation period: Reservations can be made up to 2 weeks in advance
*One food and One drink order required for each person (excluding infants)
*Limited to one reservation per person per day
STARBUCKS RESERVE (R) STORE Ginza Marronier-dori was designed with a concept of "a Starbucks you'll want to invite someone to." How about taking a visit for lunch or coffee during your trip to Tokyo?
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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