Shibuya is considered the center of Japanese youth fashion and culture. In Shibuya, you are free to wear whatever you like. No one will pass judgment, or treat you like an alien based on how you dress.
There are several famous fashion department stores in Shibuya including the Tokyu department store, Shibuya 109, the Marui department store on Park street, Mark City and Tokyo Plaza, south of Shibuya station. There are other shops hidden in Shibuya’s maze-like streets. It is worth weaving through these, to find unique and special items.
There are also many grocery stores, restaurants, nightclubs and game centers. The large intersection in front of Shibuya station is widely known as one of the busiest intersections in the world. During rush hour, there are literally thousands of people crossing at the same time.
Standing amongst all the neon advertisements and giant video screens is other-worldly. Japanese TV Dramas including The Boys and The Beast of Mamoru Hosoda all take place in Shibuya. You can also find the Hachiko statue in front of the station. It’s waiting for you, so come and experience the excitement of Shibuya.
A leading shopping destination in the area among pre-teens and young women, this department store is located near 109 and 109 Men's. Although usually aimed at mature women, this particular branch of the shopping chain offers stores and brands targeted towards
Sarutahiko Coffee (Shibuya Modi)
This coffee shop offers hand-drip coffee and espresso drinks. The name Sarutahiko is derived from a deity from the Japanese Shinto religion and symbolizes strength and guidance. The coffee shop's steampunk design and relaxed atmosphere make it a popular hangou
Tower Records (Shibuya)
Tower Records is an international record store and is located just a short walk north of Shibuya station.
Rakuten Cafe (Shibuya)
Run by Rakuten, an Internet service company, Rakuten Cafe offers free WiFi and the most popular items on their online marketplace "Rakuten Ichiba".
Miyashita Park Climbing Wall
This outdoor park's climbing wall is sponsored by Nike and costs only ¥350 to climb for two hours.
Connecting The Dots
Connecting The Dots is a co-working space for travelers and also has shared offices.
Located just minutes from Shibuya Station, this large department store sells menswear, womenswear, children's clothing, accessories and home goods. The shopping complex includes two buildings (Seibu Shibuya A and B) as well as the smaller Seibu Movida and has
Tempura Tsunahachi (Shibuya Seibu)
Tempura Tsunahachi is a chain of Japanese restaurants specialising in delicious, crispy tempura.
Gorilla Coffee Shibuya
Gorilla Coffee is a cafe and coffee shop in Shibuya, that is also known for their food and sweets.
Hello Kitty Store (109Men's)
A shop dedicated to Sanrio characters, with a great range of goods centered on Hello Kitty.
This lively, popular izakaya's the food menu offers well-executed renditions of a range of izakaya staples, from sashimi to nikujaga (stewed meat and potatoes), and inventive fusion ones around an open kitchen.
Nombei Yokocho (drunkards’ alley) is set away from the buzzing atmosphere of Shibuya and is like stepping back in time to see a slice of old Japan. There are many yakitori places to try out here (grilled chicken skewers). It's the perfect to stroll around, eat
Bic Camera (Shibuya)
Part of the famous electronics chain, this branch has many levels and is located near Shibuya station. Visitors can find camera goods, computer gear, and electronic appliances.
Starbucks (Shibuya Crossing)
This famous Starbucks that overlooks the Shibuya crossing is popular with both visitors and Tokyoites. It's busy all day everyday!
Hoshino Coffee (Shibuya 109 Men's)
Located inside the 109 Men's department store in Shibuya, this coffee shop offers hand drip coffee, soufflés, cheesecakes, as well as their famous "souffle pancakes" served with a scoop of whipped butter and a side serving of either maple syrup, honey, or bla
Its'demo (Shibuya Center Gai Street)
This two-story flagship store by WORLD Co., Ltd. focuses on beauty products. On the first floor, Its'demo has apparel, food, accessories and general goods sections. On the first basement floor, visitors will find a nail & foot salon as well as a powder room.
Zauo is a "catch what you eat" fish restaurant with several locations in Tokyo and other regions in Japan.
Genki Sushi (Shibuya)
Genki Sushi is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant chain in Japan (this particular restaurant does not have a conveyor belt). It has a large variety of sushi, ranging from simple tuna and salmon to original "shrimp tempura" sushi and "cheese hamburger" sushi.
Tokyo Tonkotsu Base Made By Ippudo (Shibuya)
Located close to Shibuya Station, Tokyo Tonkotsu Base Made By Ippudo is a Hakata-style tonkotsu broth ramen chain with shops in several locations in Tokyo.
This traditional Japanese coffee house or 'kissaten' in Shibuya offers freshly brewed coffee served in porcelain saucers, tea cups, espresso glasses, and coffee cups. The cafe's assortment of coffee beans includes beans aged for three years before being roaste
Glorious Chain Café
This international cafe strives to be a place where people can casually stop by and experience the "Diesel Lifestyle". They serve a variety of western dishes such as hamburgers, pancakes, and egg benedicts as well as special seasonal dishes.
EST Sports Complex (Shibuya)
EST is a multi-floor sports complex located just East of Shibuya station.
Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel
Featuring a Western restaurant, Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel is located in the heart of Shibuya, 100 metres from JR Shibuya Train Station. Rooms include a flat-screen satellite TV and free internet.
HOTEL UNIZO Tokyo Shibuya
Hotel Unizo is in the heart of Shibuya, 400 metres from the 109 Building and Shibuya Scramble Crossing. It offers rooms with free wired internet and a flat-screen TV.
Shibuya Tobu Hotel
Renovated in December 2015, Tobu Hotel is a 7-minute walk from JR Shibuya Train Station and is located at the centre of popular Shibuya area. Compact rooms include a fridge and free WiFi and wired internet access.
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
Directly connected to Shibuya Train Station, Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu offers easy transportation links, 2 high-floor restaurants and comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi access and a satellite flat-screen TV.
Sakura Fleur Aoyama
Sakura Fleur Aoyama is located in central Tokyo, a short 5-minute walk from Shibuya Train Station. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a video-on-demand system and an en suite bathroom. Guestrooms offer both air-conditioning and hea
Shibuya Hotel En
Renovated in February 2016, Shibuya Hotel En offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi. It features 2 dining options and massage services. The property is located just a 7-minute walk away from Shibuya Station.
Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya-jingumae
A 5-minute walk from Meiji Jingumae Subway Station, the completely non-smoking Dormy Inn Premium Shibuya-jingumae features modern accommodations with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can request for massages or relax in the