L’Occitane cafe Shibuya – ロクシタンカフェ

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If you want to watch the famous Shibuya Crossing madness from above and are tired of the crowded Starbucks, head over to the L’occitane cafe instead. The drinks and the food aren’t only pretty but taste delicious too! The atmosphere is very French and sunny. It’s a bit more expensive than other cafes but both their drinks and desserts were oh so yummy! When you’re on your way out stop by the shop on the first floor and buy some of their incredible good hand cremes.

Love,
Elle

もし渋谷のスクランブル交差点の大喧噪を上から眺めたくて、混雑したスターバックスにうんざりしたなら、ロクシタンカフェに行ってみてはいかがでしょうか。ドリンクや食事は見た目が美しいだけでなく、おいしいです!店内はフランス風で、明るい雰囲気でした。他のカフェより少し高いのですが、ドリンクもデザートもとても美味しかったです!出掛けた時には1階のショップにも立ち寄ってみてください。ロクシタンの素晴らしいハンドクリーム、おすすめですよ。

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  1. We loved the cafe. More costly than some other places but this L’Occitane location is less costly than the one in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, which we also stopped in to have a tea. As for the pedestrian scramble, do you recall what time you were there? Peak or Off Peak time. We didn’t arrive there until 10am or so. That made it a lot easier to do a quick shoot. Though there were still a ton of people in the area and in my photos. Unlike you, I didn’t take pictures of our dishes. Once again I’ll have to live through you.

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