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Shibuya is a world-class city and a cultural mosaic with a distinct international presence. Artful and energetic, the city is abuzz with exceptional experiences, culture destinations, and unique cuisines.

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Shibuya Scramble Crossing

1, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043

The Scramble is not only the most iconic crossing in Shibuya; it’s also the busiest crossing in the world, with people from all walks of life crossing from every direction. During big events such as Halloween or the World Cup, the surrounding sidewalks become completely crowded with people who gather to celebrate. While the crossing is an unchanging landmark, it’s characterized by the diversity of the people who walk it. This place is truly symbolizes the ever-evolving nature of Shibuya.

The statue of Hachiko

2-1, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043

The statue of Hachiko is one of the most popular meeting places in Tokyo and symbol of Shibuya.The statue is in front of subway exit and Shibuya scramble crossing. People are always make line to take pictures with the statue. This statue is homage to the faithful Akita dog named Hachi who waited his master, Professor Eizaburo Ueno of Tokyo University, every day at Shibuya station even after his death. Hachi was born in 1923 in Odate, Akita, so 2023 is the year of his 100th anniversary.

Shibuya Nonbei Yokocho

1-25, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002

Shibuya's Nobei Yokocho with its impressive Showa-era landscape, is a place where you can feel the progress of history. An iconic place that symbolises constancy in a rapidly changing Shibuya area. We can feel the remnants of the 'black market' that flourished in the immediate postwar period. The scene where regular customers and tourists gather and communicate is unique and it's really Shibuya style. Enjoy the contrast between the past and the present.

Shibuya Shoto Art Museum

2-14-14, Shoto, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0046

Shoto, a quiet residential area, is located beyond the fray in front of Shibuya Station. We recommend spending time immersed in art at the Shoto Museum of Art, which has been a much-loved as part of the area. It was designed by the famous architect 'Seiichi Shirai', and the building is celebrated as a work of art. Enjoy all the space, from the impressive entrance with onyx light, ceiling to the fantastic fountain reflecting natural light and the beautifully shaped spiral staircase.


SHIBUYA SCRAMBLE SQUARE 14F, 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002

SHIBUYA SKY is comprised of three zones: SKY GATE, a transition space on the 14th to 45th floors, SKY STAGE, a rooftop observation space, and SKY GALLERY. This is an observation installation that will cultivate your power of imagination by stimulating your intellectual curiosity through a series of experiences in addition to allowing you to take in a 360° view that stretches out from 229 m up in the sky of Shibuya.