Food, Shopping & Cat Cafés—6 Recommended Spots to Visit in Shibuya!

23.November.2017 | SPOT

Whether it’s a memorable shopping experience you’re looking for, eating great food at restaurants, or chilling with a coffee in a comfortable café, Shibuya has it all. Let’s take a look at some of the impressive and notable spots you can find in Tokyo’s youth central.


Hachikō Statue


When planning a day out with people in Shibuya, the first place on most people’s list is the Hachikō statue outside Shibuya station. That’s because it’s the main meeting point Shibuya. The statue isn’t only surrounded by tourists looking to get a photo with the iconic landmark – you’ll see plenty of Japanese people around it too waiting for their friends or colleagues to arrive. The statue is one of the main symbols of Shibuya.



Address: 2-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo

*Accessible via the Hachikō Exit of Shibuya Station



Scramble Crossing

Shibuya’s scramble crossing is the defining image of Shibuya and one of the most recognizable pedestrian scrambles in the world – a spectacle of people rushing from every direction to cross the street. You will see many tourists there with their selfie sticks out trying to snap a photo of the famous site before the traffic lights turn green.



2-2 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo



Shibuya Center-Gai

Shibuya Center-Gai is a youth-oriented area packed with shopping centers, countless eateries and restaurants serving tasty food and more. Whatever way you decide to plan your trip there you will have a memorable time – whether you walk around aimlessly shopping around the different stores or visit the most popular cafés there. Center-Gai is the place for fun.



Address: Udagawacho, Shibuya, Tokyo


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