Convenient for Shopping and Getting Around! 5 Internet Cafes You Should Know About!

There are many cafes for you to choose from where you can get online, read, or watch a movie there. There are people who stay overnight at the cafes. The abundance of other shops in the area is another plus point. Why not try an internet cafe when you get the chance?

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1. Aprecio, Shibuya BEAM Branch [Udagawacho]

The Aprecio outlet located in Shibuya BEAM is clean and has a calm environment. What’s impressive is that the outlet houses a theater room that can accommodate up to six people! This room is a totally private space where you can pass your time and relax.

There is a wide variety of booths with internet access. From private rooms with flat seats, to private rooms for two people, the emphasis on privacy is great. There is also a paid service for luggage storage which you will find useful if you’re heading out for some sight-seeing.

*Photos from the Mizonokuchi outlet

 

[About Aprecio Shibuya Beam Outlet]

Price/fee: From 190 yen for the first 30mins / from 930 yen for 3 hours

Access: 7 minutes’ walk from Shibuya Station

Address: 5F, Shibuya BEAM Building, 31-2 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

HP: www.aprecio.co.jp/shop/shibuya-beam (Japanese Only)

2. Gran Cyber Cafe BAGUS Shibuya Center-gai Branch [Udagawacho]

The BAGUS Shibuya Center-gai outlet is located at the back of the Shibuya Seibu department store, in the building where Forever 21 is located. Its black-themed interior is chic and the smoking and non-smoking areas well segregated. Take off your shoes and relax in the flat seats or reclining seats. A wide selection of other seat options is also available.

*Photos from the Yasukuni Street outlet

There are also many drinks to pick from, including vegetable juice and tomato juice. There’s even a women’s only floor located inside.

*Photos from the Roppongi outlet

 

[About Gran Cyber Café BAGUS Shibuya Center-gai Branch]

Price/fee: 940 yen for 3 hours

Access: 2 minutes’ walk from Shibuya Station Hachiko Exit

Address: 7F, Forever 21 Building, 24-1 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

HP: www.bagus-99.com/shops/gcc_shibuya_centergai/ (Japanese Only)

3. Manboo Shibuya Udagawa-cho Branch [Udagawacho]

Head towards Tokyu Hands from Shibuya Station and you’ll find the Manboo Shibuya Udagawacho outlet along Inokashira Street. The flashy interiors start right from the reception area and will make you feel as if you’re in an amusement park. The outlet houses an abundant collection of manga and offers a wide selection of seat types, including reclining seats. You can surf the internet leisurely in the spacious rooms.

Spacious shower rooms can also be used for free. The outlet is located near convenience stores and many food outlets so it makes for a convenient base for sightseeing. 

*Photo from the Yokohama West Exit Outlet

 

[About Manboo Shibuya Udagawa-cho Branch]

Price/fee: 200 yen for 30mins (Men) / 100 yen for 30 mins (Women) / 900 yen for 3 hours

Access: 5 minutes’ walk from Shibuya Station Hachiko Exit

Address: 1F, New Shibuya Corporate House, 12-3 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

HP: manboo.co.jp/shop/shop2.php?act=0605 (Japanese Only)

4. MediaCafe POPEYE Shibuya Plus Branch [Udagawacho]

You’ll find Chitose Kaikan along Inokashira Street (where Forever 21 is located) if you head towards Tokyu Hands from Shibuya Station. MediaCafe POPEYE is located on level 3.

*Photo from the Tachikawa outlet

The reasonably priced cafe is conveniently located near many great shopping places. Pick from pair seats, flat seats or sofa seats. The reclining seats are recommended if you’re planning to be there for long periods of time. There’s also a good selection of free drinks. Snacks and cup ramen are available for sale; it’s especially convenient if you get hungry in the middle of the night!

 

[About MediaCafe POPEYE Shibuya Plus Branch]

Price/fee: 186 yen for the first 30 mins / 880 yen for 3 hours

Access: 5 minutes’ walk from Shibuya Station Hachiko Exit

Address: 3F, Chitose Kaikan, 13-8 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

HP: www.media-cafe.ne.jp/tenpo/shibuya2/ (Japanese Only)

5. THE TERMINAL [Jingumae]

From Murasaki Sports located along Meiji Street (near Harajuku Station), keep walking straight on street level and you’ll see THE TERMINAL. It’s a little different from other internet cafes because you’ll find Macs with Adobe software installed here. You won’t find private rooms here but the environment is particularly convenient for those who’re involved in creative work.

There are tables that can be used by multiple people as well, so you can pick according to your needs. Authentic original roast coffee is provided for free – a reason to rejoice! Do note that the cafe isn’t open 24 hours.

 

[About THE TERMINAL]

Opening Hours: 11:00 AM~11:00 PM

Closed: Typically open 7 days a week

Price/fee: 325 yen for the first 30 mins / 2,160 yen for 3 hours

Access: 5 minutes’ walk from Meiji-jingumae Station Exit 5 / 6 minutes’ walk from Harajuku Station Takeshita-dori Exit

Address: 3F, Wave Jingumae, 3-22-12 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

HP: theterminal.jp/ (Japanese Only)

The internet cafes located in Shibuya are very convenient if you’re planning to go sightseeing. Using the train, it’s easy to get to Shinjuku or Shinagawa, or even go toward Yokohama and Kamakura. Being able to use the internet cafe to look up how to get to your next destination is another plus point.

The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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