Everything you Need to Know about Shibuya - Tokyo

After the 1964 Olympics the Shibuya area really began to grow into the party town it is today. Popular with Tokyo’s young and trendy set, Shibuya is the place to see fashion, food, music and gadgets all in one vibrant, hip and happening place. 

Centre Gai; a narrow pedestrian street leading from Shibuya Station, and Koen Dori; the street leading to Yoyogi Park are shopping magnets for Tokyo’s youth, cramped with department stores, trendy boutiques, record stores, video game arcades and karaoke bars. Also notable in the Shibuya area is the Bunkamura cultural complex and the national broadcasting studios of NHK. Pachinko parlours abound in Shibuya as do Love Hotels on Dogen-zaka street.

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Shibuya Travel Guide

Where to Stay in Shibuya - Tokyo

Shibuya Hotels

Shibuya hotels and resorts at the best rates, from Five Stars resorts to budget accommodation such as The B, you Read More...

Shibuya Restaurants

Shibuya Restaurants A-Z

Shibuya is home to a plethora of restaurants catering to all tastes and budgets. Being a busy shopping district, there Read More...

Shibuya Nightlife

Shibuya Nightlife A-Z

Shibuya’s nightlife is centered around Dogen-zaka, a street also known as Love Hotel Hill. The street is also home to a Read More...

Shibuya Shopping

Shibuya Shopping A-Z

Located close to Harajuku, Shibuya is a place for many of Tokyo’s young fashionistas to meet up before hitting the Read More...

Shibuya Map

Shibuya Map

Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as Read More...

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