I know what you’re thinking. Why is a visit to Starbucks so special? Well, the Starbucks Kamakura Onarimachi used to be the home of Ryuichi Yokoyama, a cartoonist and manga artist. There are even works of his art hanging on the walls, but they do take some time to locate.
This Starbucks has lots of wood and glass, along with very high ceilings.
The tables are fairly spread out, which is more of an anomaly these days.
There is also a “coffee bar” of sorts in the middle of the store, however nobody was working there during my visit. Perhaps when it is very crowded.
There is a large plate glass window in the back that overlooks the veranda/deck.
Perhaps the most distinctive feature of this Starbucks is the outdoor pool.
And as you would expect while in Japan, there is the famous “Japanese” toilet in the bathroom.