Aside from providing food and drink items not usually found in coffee shops, Gusto offers free Wi-Fi to its clientele, which is perfect for students and young workers, who find the cubicles to be perfect study lounges or offices for mobile and online jobs. Ordering food was also made more convenient as customers need only to point at pictures on the menu to have them delivered.
The solo seats can be now found at Gusto’s Tokyo branches in Akasaka Mitsuke, Azabujuban, Hatagaya, Higashi Ikebukuro, Kameari Station North Exit, Kichijoji, Medai-mae, Mito Keio Daigaku-mae, and Shinbashi.
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