Interior of a Starbucks in Fukuoka

Starbucks Stores You Definitely Want to Visit While You Are in Japan

Top photo: Creative Commons licensed photo by Karl Baron, via Flickr.

Here are some of the most unique Starbucks Coffee shops fans will want to visit when traveling in Japan.

Dazaifutenmangu Omotesando

Interior of Dazaifu Tenmangu Starbucks

Photo by "Richard, enjoy my life!" on Flickr

The store was designed by famous Japanese architect Kuma Kengo, and features a unique wood structure. The design concept was “an amalgamation of traditional Japan and Modern Japan with natural materials."

Address: 3-2-43 Dazaifu Saifu, Fukuoka

Kobe Kitano Ijinkan

Exterior of Starbucks Kobe Kitano Ijinkan

Photo by Wei-Te Wong on Flickr

They have turned this 2-story western-style house, a registered tangible cultural asset, into a Starbucks.

Photo by Akinori YAMADA on Flickr

Address: 3-1-31 Kitanocho, Chuo-ku, Kobe

Kyoto Karasuma Rokkaku

Photo by Hiro - Kokoro☆Photo on Flickr

The store offers you a great coffee break with a view of historical temples located at the center of Kyoto through its floor-to-ceiling glass wall.

Address: 254 Donomaecho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto

Kyoto Sanjo Ohashi

Photo by Chris Gladis on Flickr

This Starbucks is located along the Kamogawa River, where a platform is set up above the riverbank between May and September in order to take advantage of the cool breezes that the river provides.

Starbucks balcony at night

Photo by Ryosuke Hosoi on Flickr

Address: 113 Nakajimacho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto

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