Sky High Juice Bar began with the philosophy of creating a place to boost your health and beauty, both on the inside and outside, through cold-pressed juices and fresh salads. They only use 100% organic and plant-based produce and serve some of the best take away juices in Tokyo.

The setting

There are three locations in Tokyo: one in Hiroo, one in Shinjuku and one in Aoyama. We reviewed the one in Aoyama, their first and largest branch. It’s conveniently near other health hotspots like Elle Café and 8ablish. Also, at the weekends, there is a farmers’ market close by at the University of the United Nations.

The space

The café is hidden behind a stairway, so look out for their signs outside with their menu.  Inside is compact. They have two small counters with six chairs, but they’re mainly focussed on take aways not eat in.

I was the only one eating in, but it was busy with people coming in for take aways. Service was quick.

The shelves and chairs are wooden and decorated with beautiful vases and flowers.

On the counter, they also have a little glass display with their gluten free and vegan pastries.  They have a really good working wifi, but I’m not sure if this is the most relaxing spot to sit down and work at.

The fresh juice test

Sky High Juice bar is known for their cold pressed juices and smoothies, but also serves smoothie bowls and gluten free treats.

Everything is organic and 100% plant based. The day I reviewed, they had seven juices to choose from which were pre-bottled in the fridge.

I chose the “Lifer” which was a mix of beets, pineapple, ginger, burdock, cucumber, grapefruit, turmeric, black pepper and liver tonic.

I only had half of the juice bottle, so they poured the other half of my juice in a plastic cup, which kind of upset me a bit… although the juice was really good.  All the flavours were there.  It wasn’t too sweet, but also not really veggie like. The juice was also had a hint of spice, because of the pepper, turmeric and ginger.

What we ate

I ordered the relax smoothie bowl and a gluten free strawberry muffin. The smoothie-bowl was not super frozen, which I really liked, so I could eat it straight away without getting a brain freeze! The base was a blend of banana, mango, pineapple and oranges.

It was sweet, but I loved it. It was topped off with banana, kiwi, blueberries, frozen raspberries and blackcurrants, coco chips, chia seeds, goji berries and some puffed granola.

They served this beauty in a small coconut bowl with a bamboo spoon which made me super happy and gave me Bali vibes straight away! Finally,  I wanted to try out one of their home-made vegan treats. My attention went straight to the strawberry muffin.  It was so beautiful and red. Surprisingly, it had little coconut chips and berries in it, adding an interesting texture. The muffin was made out of rice flour, which made it gluten free and chewy.

The little things that make the difference

If you’re feeling lazy or you have just landed and need it sent to your hotel, Sky High Juice bar is on über eats!

The bill

Relax smoothie bowl 1500¥
Lifer juice 1000¥
Strawberry muffin 350¥

 

Sky High Juice Bar

2 Chome-3-4 Shibuya
Shibuya-ku
Tōkyō
150-0002

03-6427-2717
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