Things to do in Shibuya

Top Things to Do in Shibuya

Things to Do in Shibuya

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  • Ordinary-Guy
    United Kingdom817 contributions
    Spent a lovely couple of hours visiting the Shrine and walking through beautiful forest in the centre of Tokyo. Very peaceful, calming and relaxing.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • Raymond
    Los Angeles, CA722 contributions
    This crossing is insane!! Orderly and function-able but definitely insane!!
    The crossing experience memorable and gets prettier at night with all the lights on.
    The blazing neon signs, the giant video screens and of course the sea of people swarming in all directions once the traffic comes to a halt.
    Written 7 October 2020
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  • PaulSiow
    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia2,731 contributions
    We walked here to window shop as it is near Harajuku station and Takeshita street. Mainly upmarket shops.
    Written 28 February 2020
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  • Christina S
    Tokyo, Japan5 contributions
    A very pleasant place to visit away from city hussles.This park is really a bliss in winter season for me.
    Written 26 March 2021
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  • Mark Matsuoka
    Aiea, HI14 contributions
    What's not to like about this world famous statue? I'm sure everyone knows the story of the faithful shiba inu! Hachiko is usually crowded with all kinds of tourists from all over the world. One of the reasons it's so crowded here is because a lot of people designate Hachiko as a meeting spot, so you'll often find people just hanging out and waiting for their friends to show up. The tourists try their best to take photos of the statue and with the statue, but if you go anytime after 8 or so in the morning its always packed with people until the late evening hours. The best time to go is really early in the morning if you can. The last time I went around 6am, and I was the only person around.
    Written 28 September 2020
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  • Dzulhilmi Zulkifli
    Putrajaya, Malaysia113 contributions
    You can perform your prayer when you come here. this building have 5 floor. they provide male prayer room and female prayer room as well
    Written 9 March 2020
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  • BROs IN JAPAN
    Japan182 contributions
    The Ebisu Beer Museum is a great place to learn about beer history in Japan. Once you arrive at the grand entrance area of the museum you'll have a great overview of the hall and can take a few pictures. After exploring the museum, you can also enjoy some Ebisu Beer by buying coins at a vending machine.
    Written 8 May 2021
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  • Raymond
    Los Angeles, CA722 contributions
    This is what you think about when coming to Tokyo.
    Crowded streets with quirky shopping.
    It’s a crowded place but have so much to offer! Good thing we decided to go later at night.
    Do drop by this street for souvenir, it’s cheaper and have so many choices!
    Written 7 October 2020
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  • buttercup1211
    Winnipeg, Canada1,597 contributions
    The variety of food in their food hall will make your mouth water, particularly the cakes and pastries. There was so much food I could spend hours just looking at them! Definitely a feast for the eyes! There was also a Tokyu Hands inside the mall so that was nice, although it isn’t as big as the regular standalone ones. I also bought a Shu Uemura lash curler here but it turns out it was way cheaper at Narita Airport.
    Written 22 December 2019
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  • N_and_R
    Fishers, IN418 contributions
    We visited the Ebisu Garden Place to look at the holiday illuminations. It looked like the place was relatively busy, especially the restaurants on the top of the tower, even on a Thursday evening. The entire complex is rather large, and the brick? paved outdoor areas were pleasantly and tastefully decorated and illuminated mainly with white lights. There was a huge Baccarat chandelier enclosed inside glass that kept changing colors. The buildings surrounding the walkways are very European-looking, and that added to the entire ambience. The huge Christmas tree at the end of the walkway was brightly lit with colorful lights, and there appeared to be a bunch of now-ubiquitous Christmas-market stalls surrounding it, though they were not open when we were there (early December on a weeknight). This was definitely much more low-key than the other holiday illumination venues in Tokyo, and we actually enjoyed it.
    Written 14 December 2019
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  • Zimminaroundtheworld
    Okinawa Prefecture, Japan1,751 contributions
    I visited the Imperial Garden after visiting the Shrine. There was an entrance fee to the garden. I feel it was worth it, but it's definitely not the best garden I've been to. There are nice trails around the garden and interesting plants. There were many trees that were wrapped up, I assume because some sort of insect? I did see a snake near the pond. I believe it's a rat snake so no danger. Who knew you would see wildlife in Tokyo. The trails are well marked and maintained. It was nice just to stroll through the garden enjoying the nature.
    Written 21 July 2021
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  • Samantha C
    8 contributions
    Like many others said, the name "cat" street might be misleading of what the street consists of. There are many cute boutique stores and snacks, but no cats in sight.
    Written 24 February 2020
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  • warren D
    Vladivostok, Russia3,386 contributions
    This museum is a hidden jewel tucked away on a street leading from Ebisu to Roppongi Dori. It features Nihonga or modern Japanese art, in which Japanese artists used natural paints extracted from stones and returned to their natural roots: mostly paintings of nature. A must visit.

    Written 14 July 2018
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  • Emma C
    Oxford, UK2,270 contributions
    I visited on a rainy day in November. It's down a back street so if you don't know it's there you'll miss it. I love Ukiyo-e so this was a must see for me.

    They had a really lovely collection over 3 floors. The descriptions were excellent and the prints beautiful. I really enjoyed my time here. It was peaceful and interesting. No photos allowed though.

    The museum is about 2 mins walk from Harajuku or Meiji-Jingu stations...behind a big trainer shop that at the time had an inexplicably massive queue!
    Written 8 February 2020
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  • MarkoJu
    Zagreb, Croatia11 contributions
    Cool place, on a high end side. Accross from new Shibuya Scramble Square.
    Few shops and restaurants. Right above the station
    Written 10 November 2019
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