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Lemonade by Lemonica

Lemonade specialty store in Shibuya Stream

Lemonade by Lemonica is a specialty lemonade shop located in the Shibuya Stream complex in Shibuya. Shibuya Stream is a new mixed use commercial complex that opened in 2018. Next to the Shibuya river, Shibuya Stream was designed to revitalize the quieter south side of Shibuya. A promenade near the river provides a relaxing space to walk around in or enjoy the outdoors at various shops. There are 30 different shops including 3 floors of restaurants, a hotel, an event hall, and office space including Google Japan.

Originally from Kanazawa, Lemonade by Lemonica serves quality lemonade in an amazing variety of forms. Each cup of lemonade is handmade to order and uses original syrups. There are three types: original, frozen and soda which can be ordered in regular, large or jumbo sizes. A variety of fruits such as yuzu, kiwi, peach or strawberry can be mixed with the lemonade as well. The level of sweetness can be adjusted. Hot lemonade can be ordered also! New versions include an alcoholic version with Pimm's Cup or a cheese topped lemonade. The soda version is the most popular one. For a more tart lemon taste, order the Fresh Squeezie Lemonade. They also serve croissants in the morning from 8 to 10 a.m. There are standing tables to enjoy the lemonade but no seating available.

A photo room with swings is available for Instagram or other social media photo opportunities. Lemonade is open from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily. Weekdays are less crowded than weekends. There are also other Lemonade branches in Tokyo in Shimokitazawa and Harajuku on Takeshita Street. The nearest station is Shibuya Station, and Lemonade is a 5 minute walk from there on the first floor of Shibuya Stream. The easiest way to get there is to use Exit 16b from Shibuya Station.

Getting there

Lemonade is located in the Shibuya Stream shopping complex. The nearest station is Shibuya station. It is a 5 minute walk from the station.

More info

Find out more about Shibuya Stream.

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