Shibuya is one of Tokyo’s central wards. It is a major commercial and business center known for fashion and its popular nightlife scene. The area was historically the site of a castle in which the Shibuya family resided from the 11th century through the Edo period. Shibuya has achieved great popularity among young people since the early 1980s. There are several famous fashion department stores located here and Shibuya Crossing is a famous intersection. At peak times, thousands of people cross the tangle of streets in a pattern known as the Shibuya scramble.
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It is about 10 minutes walk from Kitasando. You can walk from Harajuku or Meiji Jingu-mae.
The inside of the shop is a very nice space.
It is a three-story building, and when you enter the shop, you will feel fashionable and special about the tables, chairs, interior layout and colors!
Also, the trademark "La France" of this shop is so cute! !! !!
It's also featured on drink cups and interiors, and is sure to look great on Instagram!
After all, the recommended cutlet sandwich is delicious! !!
Soft and juicy, and easy to eat, so I'm very satisfied! !! !! !!
Close to Kitasando Station. Is this the best coffee in the area? ️
I drank ice cafe latte and coffee smoothie. The acidity worked. The latte is sour and refreshing, so it turns out to be really easy to drink, but I'm not used to sour smoothies...
It feels unique.
The prices are reasonable, and that's good because the iced latte is a double drink.
Lately, it seems they are also doing a seasonal menu.
Looks like it's ice cream.
Some people order ice cream and espresso together.
The shop is very small.
There is one bench outside, and you can have a drink or take it out.
May not be suitable for those who want to spend time relaxing in the shop.
Besides coffee, sweets such as bread and biscuits are also available.
#tripaway · Shibuya is a shopping and eating district popular with a lot of young Tokyoites. It's within walking distance from two other large shopping districts - Omotesando and Harajuku - as well as being quite close to Yoyogi Park. Shibuya deserves a prize as the district with more two-story televisions than any other area in the world. Hectic, colorful, joyful! That’s Shibuya!