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Guidebook for Shibuya-ku

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Guidebook for Shibuya-ku

Parks & Nature
hike,run,picnic, Get back to nature without straying too far from the nearest Starbucks with an outing to Yoyogi Park. This ever-popular spot in central Tokyo occupies the site of Japan's first successful powered aircraft flight, and later the athletes' village during the 1964 Olympics. The north side is a lush sprawl of trees and greenery where city slickers can take a break from the crush or let their pets roam free at the dog run. The south side has an event plaza and open-air stage that hosts many of Tokyo’s larger festivals, including the annual Earth Day, Thai Festival and One Love Jamaica. The park is open 24 hours, and includes a parking lot. You'll find Meiji Shrine, NHK, Shibuya Ax and the National Gymnasium (Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyogijo) nearby. Venue name: Yoyogi Park Contact: Address: 2-1 Yoyogi Kamizonocho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Transport: Harajuku Station (Yamanote line), Omotesando exit; Yoyogi-Koen Station (Chiyoda line), exit 3; Yoyogi-Hachiman Station (Odakyu line)
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Yoyogi Park
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hike,run,picnic, Get back to nature without straying too far from the nearest Starbucks with an outing to Yoyogi Park. This ever-popular spot in central Tokyo occupies the site of Japan's first successful powered aircraft flight, and later the athletes' village during the 1964 Olympics. The north side is a lush sprawl of trees and greenery where city slickers can take a break from the crush or let their pets roam free at the dog run. The south side has an event plaza and open-air stage that hosts many of Tokyo’s larger festivals, including the annual Earth Day, Thai Festival and One Love Jamaica. The park is open 24 hours, and includes a parking lot. You'll find Meiji Shrine, NHK, Shibuya Ax and the National Gymnasium (Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyogijo) nearby. Venue name: Yoyogi Park Contact: Address: 2-1 Yoyogi Kamizonocho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Transport: Harajuku Station (Yamanote line), Omotesando exit; Yoyogi-Koen Station (Chiyoda line), exit 3; Yoyogi-Hachiman Station (Odakyu line)
Arts & Culture
Mario Botta designed this small art museum for the Watari family in 1990. It holds four exhibitions a year, some of which originate at the museum, while others are brought in from abroad. There’s a good art bookshop and a pleasant café in the basement. Venue name: Watari-Um Museum of Contemporary Art Address: 3-7-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 11am-7pm (Wed until 9pm) / closed MonTransport: Gaienmae Station (Ginza line), exit 3
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Watarium Art Museum
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Mario Botta designed this small art museum for the Watari family in 1990. It holds four exhibitions a year, some of which originate at the museum, while others are brought in from abroad. There’s a good art bookshop and a pleasant café in the basement. Venue name: Watari-Um Museum of Contemporary Art Address: 3-7-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 11am-7pm (Wed until 9pm) / closed MonTransport: Gaienmae Station (Ginza line), exit 3
supa cool bike shop.
BLUE LUG YOYOGI PARK
supa cool bike shop.
Since founders Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki debuted this Parisian brand in 2002, its indie-music record label and high-design men’s and women’s threads have piqued the interest of music and fashion insiders. Before opening a boutique—the company’s first in North America—on the ground level of the new NoMad Hotel, the brand sold at luxury retailers such as Barneys New York, Opening Ceremony and Bergdorf Goodman. The 1,000-square-foot shop aims to emulate an old apartment, specifically taking inspiration from the 19th-century Parisian architecture of Baron Haussmann. Its sophisticated interior features massive steel-framed oval windows, silk carpet and mosaic tile flooring. While the boutique sells international wares from Australian beauty brand Aesop ($33–$120) and Canadian leather accessories label Want Les Essentiels de la Vie ($75–$1,595), the house collection offers classic picks, including pleated feather-patterned dresses ($1,500). For men, plaid blazers ($1,250) look sharp paired with fitted chinos ($425). A carefully curated music selection featuring the Magicians, Housse de Racket and Beautacue (CD $27, vinyl $13) will have you jamming in your new garb.
Maison Kitsuné Aoyama
Since founders Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki debuted this Parisian brand in 2002, its indie-music record label and high-design men’s and women’s threads have piqued the interest of music and fashion insiders. Before opening a boutique—the company’s first in North America—on the ground level of the new NoMad Hotel, the brand sold at luxury retailers such as Barneys New York, Opening Ceremony and Bergdorf Goodman. The 1,000-square-foot shop aims to emulate an old apartment, specifically taking inspiration from the 19th-century Parisian architecture of Baron Haussmann. Its sophisticated interior features massive steel-framed oval windows, silk carpet and mosaic tile flooring. While the boutique sells international wares from Australian beauty brand Aesop ($33–$120) and Canadian leather accessories label Want Les Essentiels de la Vie ($75–$1,595), the house collection offers classic picks, including pleated feather-patterned dresses ($1,500). For men, plaid blazers ($1,250) look sharp paired with fitted chinos ($425). A carefully curated music selection featuring the Magicians, Housse de Racket and Beautacue (CD $27, vinyl $13) will have you jamming in your new garb.
This atmospheric Shibuya record store focuses on genres such as house, disco and Balearic house, and also boasts a pair of handsome vintage Klipschhorn floor speakers. Prices are very reasonable, and the shop gets a shipment of new stock every week.
Lighthouse Records
This atmospheric Shibuya record store focuses on genres such as house, disco and Balearic house, and also boasts a pair of handsome vintage Klipschhorn floor speakers. Prices are very reasonable, and the shop gets a shipment of new stock every week.
Technique is the purveyor of all strands of dance-music vinyl – from progressive house to nu-jazz. Several listening decks and knowledgeable staff make this the store of choice for many local DJs. Keep an eye on their Twitter feed for info on the latest additions and release news. Venue name: Technique Contact: Address: 33-14 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 2pm-10pm (Sun until 9pm) / closed Mon Transport: Shibuya Station
TECHNIQUE
Technique is the purveyor of all strands of dance-music vinyl – from progressive house to nu-jazz. Several listening decks and knowledgeable staff make this the store of choice for many local DJs. Keep an eye on their Twitter feed for info on the latest additions and release news. Venue name: Technique Contact: Address: 33-14 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 2pm-10pm (Sun until 9pm) / closed Mon Transport: Shibuya Station
Shibuya has plenty of record shops specialising in electronic music, but Jaro is one of the few entirely jazz-focused stores in the area. First opened in 1973, it's housed in a basement filled with around 8,000 titles, ranging from classics of modern jazz to releases in obscure sub-genres. Venue name: Discland Jaro Address: 26-6 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
discland JARO
Shibuya has plenty of record shops specialising in electronic music, but Jaro is one of the few entirely jazz-focused stores in the area. First opened in 1973, it's housed in a basement filled with around 8,000 titles, ranging from classics of modern jazz to releases in obscure sub-genres. Venue name: Discland Jaro Address: 26-6 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
If you're a music enthusiast who still swears by vinyl and enjoys digging through piles of secondhand records, then this Shibuya shop will feel like a small slice of heaven. Opened in August 2014, HMV stocks up to 80,000 titles, with around 60% of those being vinyl and the rest mainly CDs. The focus is on releases from the '60s to the late '90s – something for everyone, in other words. On the first floor you'll find rock and pop records, secondhand CDs, books and mags, accessories and music players, while the second floor is dedicated to genres like soul, reggae and jazz, while a small room in the back even holds a small selection of cassette tapes.
HMV record shop Shibuya
If you're a music enthusiast who still swears by vinyl and enjoys digging through piles of secondhand records, then this Shibuya shop will feel like a small slice of heaven. Opened in August 2014, HMV stocks up to 80,000 titles, with around 60% of those being vinyl and the rest mainly CDs. The focus is on releases from the '60s to the late '90s – something for everyone, in other words. On the first floor you'll find rock and pop records, secondhand CDs, books and mags, accessories and music players, while the second floor is dedicated to genres like soul, reggae and jazz, while a small room in the back even holds a small selection of cassette tapes.
Tower Records was given an extensive overhaul in late 2012 that increased its whopping 5,000 square metres of floor space. There’s now a bookstore and a decent café on the 2nd floor, the music sections now give prominent placement to back catalogue stock as well as new arrivals, and there’s a video streaming venue called Tower Revolve Project in the basement, plus extra space for live performances. Venue name: Tower Records Shibuya Address: 1-22-14 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Daily 10am-11pm (Tower Records Cafe until 11.30pm)
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Tower Records Shibuya
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Tower Records was given an extensive overhaul in late 2012 that increased its whopping 5,000 square metres of floor space. There’s now a bookstore and a decent café on the 2nd floor, the music sections now give prominent placement to back catalogue stock as well as new arrivals, and there’s a video streaming venue called Tower Revolve Project in the basement, plus extra space for live performances. Venue name: Tower Records Shibuya Address: 1-22-14 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Daily 10am-11pm (Tower Records Cafe until 11.30pm)
Tobu Railway founder Kaichiro Nezu had a penchant for Chinese art and collected Shang and Zhou bronzes. Over the years, the museum’s collection of over 7,000 objects has grown through donations of Korean ceramics and Japanese ink paintings from private collectors. Some of the most famous works are on permanent display, while others rotate in temporary exhibitions. The current building, a stunning mix of traditional and modern styles designed by architect Kengo Kuma, opened in 2009. Venue name: Nezu Museum Address: 6-5-1 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 10am-5pm / closed Mon Transport: Omotesando Station (Chiyoda, Ginza, Hanzomon lin
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Nezu Museum
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Tobu Railway founder Kaichiro Nezu had a penchant for Chinese art and collected Shang and Zhou bronzes. Over the years, the museum’s collection of over 7,000 objects has grown through donations of Korean ceramics and Japanese ink paintings from private collectors. Some of the most famous works are on permanent display, while others rotate in temporary exhibitions. The current building, a stunning mix of traditional and modern styles designed by architect Kengo Kuma, opened in 2009. Venue name: Nezu Museum Address: 6-5-1 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 10am-5pm / closed Mon Transport: Omotesando Station (Chiyoda, Ginza, Hanzomon lin
Picked up by Time magazine as Asia’s best spot for ‘avant-garde idling’, SuperDeluxe is the brainchild of a pair of architects who envisaged the spot as ‘a bar, a gallery, a kitchen, a jazz club, a cinema, a library, a school…’ and so on. Closer in atmosphere to an artists’ salon than a bar, it offers something different every night, from slide shows to club nights. If you want to meet the creative cream of Tokyo, this is the place. Also the home of Tokyo Ale, a highly quaffable microbrew.
SuperDeluxe
Picked up by Time magazine as Asia’s best spot for ‘avant-garde idling’, SuperDeluxe is the brainchild of a pair of architects who envisaged the spot as ‘a bar, a gallery, a kitchen, a jazz club, a cinema, a library, a school…’ and so on. Closer in atmosphere to an artists’ salon than a bar, it offers something different every night, from slide shows to club nights. If you want to meet the creative cream of Tokyo, this is the place. Also the home of Tokyo Ale, a highly quaffable microbrew.
Occupying a four-floor building in one corner of Ebisu Garden Place, Tokyo’s premier photography showcase (formerly known as the Metropolitan Museum of Photography) was re-opened in August 2016 after extensive renovations. It boasts a large permanent collection and brings in leading lights of the photography world for regular star-studded shows. The small Images & Technology Gallery in the basement presents a multimedia history of optics, featuring tricks such as morphing, and the occasional media art exhibition.
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Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
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Occupying a four-floor building in one corner of Ebisu Garden Place, Tokyo’s premier photography showcase (formerly known as the Metropolitan Museum of Photography) was re-opened in August 2016 after extensive renovations. It boasts a large permanent collection and brings in leading lights of the photography world for regular star-studded shows. The small Images & Technology Gallery in the basement presents a multimedia history of optics, featuring tricks such as morphing, and the occasional media art exhibition.
Totodo is probably the only book store in the world where you can buy psychedelic poster art from the 1960s and browse through a tome on the kind of typefaces used in Edo Period shop signage.
東塔堂
Totodo is probably the only book store in the world where you can buy psychedelic poster art from the 1960s and browse through a tome on the kind of typefaces used in Edo Period shop signage.
Shopping
selected shopping mall.you can get Japan made stuff. From stationery to toilet-seat covers, this is the largest household goods store in Tokyo, packed with knick-knacks for the home. Particularly interesting is the party supplies section, which gives a unique glimpse into the Japanese sense of humour. It can be difficult to find your way around the multitude of floors. Venue name: Tokyu Hands Contact: Address: 12-18 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 10am-8.30pmTransport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza lines), Hachiko exit; (Hanzomon line), exits 6, 7.
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Tokyu Hands Shibuya
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selected shopping mall.you can get Japan made stuff. From stationery to toilet-seat covers, this is the largest household goods store in Tokyo, packed with knick-knacks for the home. Particularly interesting is the party supplies section, which gives a unique glimpse into the Japanese sense of humour. It can be difficult to find your way around the multitude of floors. Venue name: Tokyu Hands Contact: Address: 12-18 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 10am-8.30pmTransport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza lines), Hachiko exit; (Hanzomon line), exits 6, 7.
they have anything.open till midnight.
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돈키호테 시부야점
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they have anything.open till midnight.
cool clothe. One of Tokyo's leading fashion outlets, Beams has been up and running since 1976, and has grown steadily into a nationwide name. Beams Shibuya is a two-floor fashion cavern, specializing in hot togs for the discerning man. A must if you're on a shopping spree with money to burn.
BEAMS・T・HARAJUKU
cool clothe. One of Tokyo's leading fashion outlets, Beams has been up and running since 1976, and has grown steadily into a nationwide name. Beams Shibuya is a two-floor fashion cavern, specializing in hot togs for the discerning man. A must if you're on a shopping spree with money to burn.
best place to lean what is cool for japanese. In a perfect world, all bookshops would be like this. Tokyo's Klein Dytham Architecture won an award at the World Architecture Festival for their work on Daikanyama T-Site, which is spread across three interlinked buildings adorned with lattices of interlocking Ts. That 'T' stands for rental chain Tsutaya, whose seemingly bottomless pockets helped fund the kind of book emporium that most capital cities can only dream of. It's easy to lose hours thumbing through the selections here, which include a good range of English-language titles, art books, antique tomes and magazine back issues. There are also music and DVD sections – Tsutaya's normal stock in trade – as well as branches of Starbucks and Family Mart, while you'll find specialist camera, bicycle and pet shops elsewhere in the complex. If you're looking to enjoy some vintage periodicals and cocktails in a sophisticated setting, meanwhile, the upstairs Anjin lounge is hard to beat. Venue name: Daikanyama Tsutaya Books Contact: Address: 17-5 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 1F 7am-2am; 2F 9am-2amTransport: Daikanyama Station (Tokyu Toyoko line)
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Tsutaya Books Daikanyama
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best place to lean what is cool for japanese. In a perfect world, all bookshops would be like this. Tokyo's Klein Dytham Architecture won an award at the World Architecture Festival for their work on Daikanyama T-Site, which is spread across three interlinked buildings adorned with lattices of interlocking Ts. That 'T' stands for rental chain Tsutaya, whose seemingly bottomless pockets helped fund the kind of book emporium that most capital cities can only dream of. It's easy to lose hours thumbing through the selections here, which include a good range of English-language titles, art books, antique tomes and magazine back issues. There are also music and DVD sections – Tsutaya's normal stock in trade – as well as branches of Starbucks and Family Mart, while you'll find specialist camera, bicycle and pet shops elsewhere in the complex. If you're looking to enjoy some vintage periodicals and cocktails in a sophisticated setting, meanwhile, the upstairs Anjin lounge is hard to beat. Venue name: Daikanyama Tsutaya Books Contact: Address: 17-5 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 1F 7am-2am; 2F 9am-2amTransport: Daikanyama Station (Tokyu Toyoko line)
nicely selected book store on hip street. The staff at this ultra-hip Shibuya bookshop are more interested in encouraging new discoveries than hawking the latest bestseller. Magazines and books, both new and used, are arranged according to theme, meaning that you might find a philosophical tract alongside some manga or art books. Though the selections are predominantly Japanese-language, Shibuya Publishing Booksellers also stocks a few English titles – and it's a rewarding place to browse even if you can't read most of what you're looking at. Added bonus: they stay open until midnight, too. Venue name: Shibuya Publishing Booksellers Contact: Address: 17-3 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 12noon-12midnight (Sun 12noon-10pm)Transport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin, Denentoshi, Tokyu Toyoko, Keio Inokashira lines)
Shibuya Publishing & Booksellers
nicely selected book store on hip street. The staff at this ultra-hip Shibuya bookshop are more interested in encouraging new discoveries than hawking the latest bestseller. Magazines and books, both new and used, are arranged according to theme, meaning that you might find a philosophical tract alongside some manga or art books. Though the selections are predominantly Japanese-language, Shibuya Publishing Booksellers also stocks a few English titles – and it's a rewarding place to browse even if you can't read most of what you're looking at. Added bonus: they stay open until midnight, too. Venue name: Shibuya Publishing Booksellers Contact: Address: 17-3 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 12noon-12midnight (Sun 12noon-10pm)Transport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin, Denentoshi, Tokyu Toyoko, Keio Inokashira lines)
famous MUJI store. A Japanese retail company, which sells a wide variety of products from snacks and stationary to clothes and household goods. Muji, meaning “no brand”, is known for design minimalism, and all products are packaged simply and minimally. Its primary business includes Café MUJI, florist, and home furnishing. The store has over 280 stores in Japan, and also 69 shops overseas. Although, the company distinguishes itself as “no brand”, products produced by famous designers are featured recently.
MUJI Shibuya - Seibu Store
famous MUJI store. A Japanese retail company, which sells a wide variety of products from snacks and stationary to clothes and household goods. Muji, meaning “no brand”, is known for design minimalism, and all products are packaged simply and minimally. Its primary business includes Café MUJI, florist, and home furnishing. The store has over 280 stores in Japan, and also 69 shops overseas. Although, the company distinguishes itself as “no brand”, products produced by famous designers are featured recently.
1LDK Apartments is the lifestyle-oriented branch of 1LDK, the popular Nakameguro clothing store that draws an aesthetic comparison with Muji. Offering clothes, food and homeware, the store consists of three main sectors: 1LDK Me for a highly wearable selection of women’s and men’s clothing; Taste and Sense food section for casual café fare by morning, then restaurant and bar service from noon to evening; and Edited/Found Store for books and interior goods. Venue name: 1LDK Apartments Contact: Address: B-Town Nakameguro East 1F, 1-7-13 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo Tokyo Opening hours: 12pm-9pmTransport: Nakameguro Station (Tokyu Toyoko line)
1LDK apartments.
1LDK Apartments is the lifestyle-oriented branch of 1LDK, the popular Nakameguro clothing store that draws an aesthetic comparison with Muji. Offering clothes, food and homeware, the store consists of three main sectors: 1LDK Me for a highly wearable selection of women’s and men’s clothing; Taste and Sense food section for casual café fare by morning, then restaurant and bar service from noon to evening; and Edited/Found Store for books and interior goods. Venue name: 1LDK Apartments Contact: Address: B-Town Nakameguro East 1F, 1-7-13 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo Tokyo Opening hours: 12pm-9pmTransport: Nakameguro Station (Tokyu Toyoko line)
New York’s Museum of Modern Art has made its way to Japan with the opening of its first shop outside the US. Located on the third floor of Omotesando's plush Gyre building, the shop stocks over 1,800 goods, many of them exclusive to MoMA (including some featuring art works from the museum's permanent collection). Assuming that you aren't on a particularly tight budget, it's a good place for getting unusual birthday and Christmas gifts, whether you want children's toys, fashion accessories or high-tech kitchenware. Japanese designers are well represented amongst the lineup, be it Isamu Noguchi's 1950s paper lamps or Yousuke Shimizu's exquisite bamboo bowls.
MoMA Design Store
New York’s Museum of Modern Art has made its way to Japan with the opening of its first shop outside the US. Located on the third floor of Omotesando's plush Gyre building, the shop stocks over 1,800 goods, many of them exclusive to MoMA (including some featuring art works from the museum's permanent collection). Assuming that you aren't on a particularly tight budget, it's a good place for getting unusual birthday and Christmas gifts, whether you want children's toys, fashion accessories or high-tech kitchenware. Japanese designers are well represented amongst the lineup, be it Isamu Noguchi's 1950s paper lamps or Yousuke Shimizu's exquisite bamboo bowls.
There are several branches of the Wild One sex shop chain around Tokyo, but for this report we'll focus on the one in Dogenzaka (the main branch is just around the corner on Love Hotel Hill, though aside from its only real attraction – a genitalia-shaped front door, obligatory photo thereof below – it's not as eye-catching as this one). It's on the same street as C'est Bien, and with its brash English display boards, it's very hard to miss. 2-29-14 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 10am-12am
Wild One
There are several branches of the Wild One sex shop chain around Tokyo, but for this report we'll focus on the one in Dogenzaka (the main branch is just around the corner on Love Hotel Hill, though aside from its only real attraction – a genitalia-shaped front door, obligatory photo thereof below – it's not as eye-catching as this one). It's on the same street as C'est Bien, and with its brash English display boards, it's very hard to miss. 2-29-14 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 10am-12am
Drinks & Nightlife
Opened in the centre of Shibuya in 2000, Womb is a 1000 capacity club that spreads across four floors. The main floor is equipped with a full digital soundsystem, high-quality strobe lighting and lasers. Weekend nights often host guest artists from overseas, usually centered on techno, drum & bass and electro. Sven Vath and Richie Hawtin have played at the club in the past, though Womb also has a focus on supporting new artists from Japan as well. Since 2008, the club has hosted an annual indoor festival WOMB ADVENTURE, which attracts nearly 10,000 people for each edition.
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WOMB
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Opened in the centre of Shibuya in 2000, Womb is a 1000 capacity club that spreads across four floors. The main floor is equipped with a full digital soundsystem, high-quality strobe lighting and lasers. Weekend nights often host guest artists from overseas, usually centered on techno, drum & bass and electro. Sven Vath and Richie Hawtin have played at the club in the past, though Womb also has a focus on supporting new artists from Japan as well. Since 2008, the club has hosted an annual indoor festival WOMB ADVENTURE, which attracts nearly 10,000 people for each edition.
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a cool club. Located at Shibuya-Jinnan area, which is open in a room of the multi-tenant buildings , such as the move in thrift stores . Space antique chandeliers and mirrors has been decorated with crowdedly is widely on not , also do not have any such as store web site to disseminate information . However , as a place , such as fashion -based events and after- party is often held , followed by " Le Baron " of Aoyama , not mountain of the topic , which is one of Tokyo 's nightlife ve New . https://www.facebook.com/Trump-Room-161911070487799/
cool music spot.really nice bar. The next time Ebisu starts to feel a bit staid, wander up Meiji-Dori street in the Shibuya direction and alight at this two-floor bar, where DJs and an underground vibe bring to mind the kind of place you might find in hipster strongholds like Nakameguro and Shimokitzawa. Zubar's premises were previously used as a storage facility, which has now been divided into a ground-floor DJ area and an old-fashioned tatami-mat room upstairs. You can catch DJ events there most nights of the week (check the online event schedule for details), and drinks start at a reasonable ¥500, with no table charge. http://www.zubar.jp/
zubar unerground dance
cool music spot.really nice bar. The next time Ebisu starts to feel a bit staid, wander up Meiji-Dori street in the Shibuya direction and alight at this two-floor bar, where DJs and an underground vibe bring to mind the kind of place you might find in hipster strongholds like Nakameguro and Shimokitzawa. Zubar's premises were previously used as a storage facility, which has now been divided into a ground-floor DJ area and an old-fashioned tatami-mat room upstairs. You can catch DJ events there most nights of the week (check the online event schedule for details), and drinks start at a reasonable ¥500, with no table charge. http://www.zubar.jp/
nice music and cool people ,good to drink . On a Harajuku back street not far from Jingu Stadium, Bonobo occupies an old two-storey house with a rooftop terrace. The ground-floor bar is complemented by a DJ booth and lounge upstairs, which is where the frequent gigs and other music events take place. realy cool experience to lean Japanese streat culture.
Bonobo
nice music and cool people ,good to drink . On a Harajuku back street not far from Jingu Stadium, Bonobo occupies an old two-storey house with a rooftop terrace. The ground-floor bar is complemented by a DJ booth and lounge upstairs, which is where the frequent gigs and other music events take place. realy cool experience to lean Japanese streat culture.
Japanese, as well as popular as many of the foreign casual bar customers gather, Shibuya "Yen Bar". Same store on the back of the alley Dogenzaka is, Shibuya City Hotel and Tokyu Location good very of flights and a 5-minute walk from the department store. Originally same Shibuya in 1999 at Koen-dori, but shop Ono Dharma who is the leader of the bar scene in Tokyo was opened. 14 years from the open, has been loved by many patrons group, such as English teachers and rock band member of the Japan of foreigners, it is not uncommon to run into each other in a unique group. Ono said along with the young staff who, welcoming the store called "Yen Bar" is a well-friendly, it has been brought up as a feel free to Tachiyoreru place. After work with friends, is really perfect is like when you want a drink in Shibuya. Drinks and food are on the order of ¥ 300 yen to 800 reasonable. Food is edamame and snacks, in addition to the snacks classic, such as French fries, Ono's "Today's dish" has many authentic cuisine, Toka hidden many fans. Drink Other Bloody Mary in popularity, also recommended plum wine of sour split a shop specialty. Hit of 50s~80s from the lock General songs, blues, to jazz, I always look forward to with the Good Choice BGM. Just the right size of the store is not too narrow not too wide. In addition to table seat of the counter seats, further sofa seat, also darts machine. Romance Stay also good, one is also good enjoy a conversation with the patrons and staff, and also good do noisily with friends darts, deep-pocketed bar "Yen Bar". 1 Tsuda shop indispensable in Shibuya nightlife.
Yen Bar
Japanese, as well as popular as many of the foreign casual bar customers gather, Shibuya "Yen Bar". Same store on the back of the alley Dogenzaka is, Shibuya City Hotel and Tokyu Location good very of flights and a 5-minute walk from the department store. Originally same Shibuya in 1999 at Koen-dori, but shop Ono Dharma who is the leader of the bar scene in Tokyo was opened. 14 years from the open, has been loved by many patrons group, such as English teachers and rock band member of the Japan of foreigners, it is not uncommon to run into each other in a unique group. Ono said along with the young staff who, welcoming the store called "Yen Bar" is a well-friendly, it has been brought up as a feel free to Tachiyoreru place. After work with friends, is really perfect is like when you want a drink in Shibuya. Drinks and food are on the order of ¥ 300 yen to 800 reasonable. Food is edamame and snacks, in addition to the snacks classic, such as French fries, Ono's "Today's dish" has many authentic cuisine, Toka hidden many fans. Drink Other Bloody Mary in popularity, also recommended plum wine of sour split a shop specialty. Hit of 50s~80s from the lock General songs, blues, to jazz, I always look forward to with the Good Choice BGM. Just the right size of the store is not too narrow not too wide. In addition to table seat of the counter seats, further sofa seat, also darts machine. Romance Stay also good, one is also good enjoy a conversation with the patrons and staff, and also good do noisily with friends darts, deep-pocketed bar "Yen Bar". 1 Tsuda shop indispensable in Shibuya nightlife.
It may be just around the corner from Takeshita-dori, but the teen fashion crowd feels a long way away at this craft beer bar run by Numazu's Baird Brewing. Harajuku Taproom serves the same beers you'll find at Baird's other pubs in Nakameguro, Bashamichi and Numazu, but with a more izakaya-style menu of kushiyaki skewers, tamagoyaki egg rolls and gyoza. There are 15 microbrews on tap, including a couple of hand-pumped ales, with year-round Baird staples like the excellent Teikoku IPA supplemented by a few seasonal offerings and guest beers. Added bonus: Harajuku Taproom opens from noon at weekends and on national holidays, when the donburi (rice bowl) and curry sets make it a tempting option for (liquid) lunch.
原宿タップルーム/Harajuku Taproom
It may be just around the corner from Takeshita-dori, but the teen fashion crowd feels a long way away at this craft beer bar run by Numazu's Baird Brewing. Harajuku Taproom serves the same beers you'll find at Baird's other pubs in Nakameguro, Bashamichi and Numazu, but with a more izakaya-style menu of kushiyaki skewers, tamagoyaki egg rolls and gyoza. There are 15 microbrews on tap, including a couple of hand-pumped ales, with year-round Baird staples like the excellent Teikoku IPA supplemented by a few seasonal offerings and guest beers. Added bonus: Harajuku Taproom opens from noon at weekends and on national holidays, when the donburi (rice bowl) and curry sets make it a tempting option for (liquid) lunch.
The entrance may not be that obvious if you're coming from Shibuya Station, but Sakestand is all the better for it. This narrow, standing-only bar hidden away on the second floor on a side street off Dogenzaka is a little gem for those looking to immerse themselves in the wonderful world of sake. They serve a changing lineup of sake from across the country, presented in wine glasses with a small tag attached that states all the info (including the name in English) you need to find it again. Small nibbles that go well with the drink are on the menu as well, as are beer and wine if you really can't muster a glass of nihonshu.
SAKESTAND
The entrance may not be that obvious if you're coming from Shibuya Station, but Sakestand is all the better for it. This narrow, standing-only bar hidden away on the second floor on a side street off Dogenzaka is a little gem for those looking to immerse themselves in the wonderful world of sake. They serve a changing lineup of sake from across the country, presented in wine glasses with a small tag attached that states all the info (including the name in English) you need to find it again. Small nibbles that go well with the drink are on the menu as well, as are beer and wine if you really can't muster a glass of nihonshu.
Getting Around
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I absolutely love this place, not just their beef but every single dish, the atmosphere and service. Well, some people might say they've had better quality beef somewhere else, and it's very likely if you are much of a meat eater. And yet, I'd still say that it's very rare to get this quality beef at the pricing this place offers. I wouldn't expect it to be this good at JPY 4,000-5,000 per person. There's not much more to say about this place, and I'd just like to encourage you to check out this place while you are in Tokyo. Please make sure to make a reservation in advance. Name: Beef Kitchen URL: http://samurai-food.com/beef-kitchen/ Phone: 03-5768-3601 Address: B1F, 2-44-8 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo Access: 8-10 minutes from Nakameguro station Budget: JPY 4,000-5,000 Open: Lunch 11:30-14:00 / Dineer 17:00-24:00
Beef Kitchen Nakameguro
I absolutely love this place, not just their beef but every single dish, the atmosphere and service. Well, some people might say they've had better quality beef somewhere else, and it's very likely if you are much of a meat eater. And yet, I'd still say that it's very rare to get this quality beef at the pricing this place offers. I wouldn't expect it to be this good at JPY 4,000-5,000 per person. There's not much more to say about this place, and I'd just like to encourage you to check out this place while you are in Tokyo. Please make sure to make a reservation in advance. Name: Beef Kitchen URL: http://samurai-food.com/beef-kitchen/ Phone: 03-5768-3601 Address: B1F, 2-44-8 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo Access: 8-10 minutes from Nakameguro station Budget: JPY 4,000-5,000 Open: Lunch 11:30-14:00 / Dineer 17:00-24:00
my favorite pizza place. Susumu Kakinuma was churning out perfect margheritas and marinaras long before Tokyo's current pizza movement started. The middle-aged chef spent a year eating his way around Italy's best pizzerias before returning to Tokyo and opening one of his own. That shop, Savoy, lasted a decade and spawned a couple of sister branches before Kakinuma closed it and transformed it into Seirinkan, one of Tokyo's best pizza restaurants – and certainly its most unique. The Nakameguro eatery is a multi-floor steampunk spectacular of wrought metal staircases, scarlet curtains and dark wood floorboards, offsetting an industrial-looking kitchen whose recessed oven more closely resembles an incinerator. Classical music pipes over an antique stereo system as Kakinuma prepares his pizzas, each of which spends just 60 seconds in the oven. The margherita is a long way from textbook: only a slight smear of tomato sauce under the cheese, which is topped with vividly ripe tomatoes, basil and a hearty lashing of olive oil. The crust is as light and chewy as freshly baked ciabatta, with a dusting of salt that makes each bite worth savouring. Kakinuma's marinara is just as good, packing the kind of vibrant flavour that more extravagantly topped pizzas seldom achieve. And that's the full extent of the menu, at least as far as the pizzas go; if you want variety, try the pasta instead. Venue name: Seirinkan VENUE Address: 2-6-4 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-2pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm (last order) Transport: Nakameguro Station (Hibiya, Tokyu Toyoko lines)
Seirinkan
my favorite pizza place. Susumu Kakinuma was churning out perfect margheritas and marinaras long before Tokyo's current pizza movement started. The middle-aged chef spent a year eating his way around Italy's best pizzerias before returning to Tokyo and opening one of his own. That shop, Savoy, lasted a decade and spawned a couple of sister branches before Kakinuma closed it and transformed it into Seirinkan, one of Tokyo's best pizza restaurants – and certainly its most unique. The Nakameguro eatery is a multi-floor steampunk spectacular of wrought metal staircases, scarlet curtains and dark wood floorboards, offsetting an industrial-looking kitchen whose recessed oven more closely resembles an incinerator. Classical music pipes over an antique stereo system as Kakinuma prepares his pizzas, each of which spends just 60 seconds in the oven. The margherita is a long way from textbook: only a slight smear of tomato sauce under the cheese, which is topped with vividly ripe tomatoes, basil and a hearty lashing of olive oil. The crust is as light and chewy as freshly baked ciabatta, with a dusting of salt that makes each bite worth savouring. Kakinuma's marinara is just as good, packing the kind of vibrant flavour that more extravagantly topped pizzas seldom achieve. And that's the full extent of the menu, at least as far as the pizzas go; if you want variety, try the pasta instead. Venue name: Seirinkan VENUE Address: 2-6-4 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-2pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm (last order) Transport: Nakameguro Station (Hibiya, Tokyu Toyoko lines)
Latte artist Hiroshi Sawada is a celebrity on the Japanese coffee scene, so there were some fairly heightened expectations when he opened his own cafe in Shibuya in 2010. Streamer Coffee Company lives up to the hype, especially if you're a sucker for the kind of ornate foam squiggles that are Sawada's speciality. With its unfussy decor and long communal table in the centre of the room, the place might remind Western visitors of coffee shops back home – complete with free wifi. The star attraction on the menu is the Streamer Latte, served in a soup bowl-sized mug so as to give the resident artistes a large canvas. The designs are invariably exquisite – it's always tough to resist taking a photo when it arrives – though the drink itself will be too milky for some people. There's a tempting selection of cakes on the counter that seems to change each time we go; the cinnamon roll isn't all that spectacular, but the carrot cake, when they have it, is a delicious indulgence. name: Streamer Coffee Company Address: 1-20-28 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 8am-6pm (Sat, Sun from 10am) Transport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin, Denentoshi, Keio Inokashira lines), east exit
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Latte artist Hiroshi Sawada is a celebrity on the Japanese coffee scene, so there were some fairly heightened expectations when he opened his own cafe in Shibuya in 2010. Streamer Coffee Company lives up to the hype, especially if you're a sucker for the kind of ornate foam squiggles that are Sawada's speciality. With its unfussy decor and long communal table in the centre of the room, the place might remind Western visitors of coffee shops back home – complete with free wifi. The star attraction on the menu is the Streamer Latte, served in a soup bowl-sized mug so as to give the resident artistes a large canvas. The designs are invariably exquisite – it's always tough to resist taking a photo when it arrives – though the drink itself will be too milky for some people. There's a tempting selection of cakes on the counter that seems to change each time we go; the cinnamon roll isn't all that spectacular, but the carrot cake, when they have it, is a delicious indulgence. name: Streamer Coffee Company Address: 1-20-28 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 8am-6pm (Sat, Sun from 10am) Transport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin, Denentoshi, Keio Inokashira lines), east exit
stylish cafe. best place to learn japanese "cafe culture". Really cool cafe in Shibuya with a coffee, (alcoholic) drinks, dessert, and small lunch menu. I'm not sure how to describe the style of the cafe, but it has a modern/1960's woodgrain influence that I like. If you're lucky, you can grab the couch and small table by the window for your small group and people watch out of the front window. They're open late too, so go hang out after the clubs!
Udagawa Cafe
stylish cafe. best place to learn japanese "cafe culture". Really cool cafe in Shibuya with a coffee, (alcoholic) drinks, dessert, and small lunch menu. I'm not sure how to describe the style of the cafe, but it has a modern/1960's woodgrain influence that I like. If you're lucky, you can grab the couch and small table by the window for your small group and people watch out of the front window. They're open late too, so go hang out after the clubs!
really tasty hamburger shop. Whoopi Gold Burger, Charlotte Gains-Burger, Kevin Bacon (burger): the names are pun-tastic at this unpretentious fast food joint, which moved to Shibuya from Nakameguro in 2011. Cheap gags wouldn't merit a repeat visit, but the generously stuffed burgers – with plump, juicy patties – definitely do. Expect to pay upwards of ¥1,000 for a burger and fries, though this also includes a drink at lunchtime. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=By-JVz_60sc Venue name: W.P Gold Burger Contact: Address: 1-9-4 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 12noon-12midnight (last orders 11pm) / closed Mon Transport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Shonan-Shinjuku, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin lines, etc.)
Whoopi Goldburger
really tasty hamburger shop. Whoopi Gold Burger, Charlotte Gains-Burger, Kevin Bacon (burger): the names are pun-tastic at this unpretentious fast food joint, which moved to Shibuya from Nakameguro in 2011. Cheap gags wouldn't merit a repeat visit, but the generously stuffed burgers – with plump, juicy patties – definitely do. Expect to pay upwards of ¥1,000 for a burger and fries, though this also includes a drink at lunchtime. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=By-JVz_60sc Venue name: W.P Gold Burger Contact: Address: 1-9-4 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 12noon-12midnight (last orders 11pm) / closed Mon Transport: Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Shonan-Shinjuku, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin lines, etc.)
A cool pizza place. Finally, New York-style pizza by the slice is available in Tokyo. Nestled in a backstreet in Sarugaku-cho, Pizza Slice stylishly serves up authentic NYC pizza. Everything about the food smacks of authenticity. The pizza slices are perfect – they’re foldable, thin and crisp, have exactly the correct amount of cheese and are even served on paper plates. The attention to detail here is incredible, including the freshness guarantee and the imposing pizza oven. The restaurant itself is beautiful, with its long wooden tables, high ceiling, great music and well-stocked bar. A huge cheese slice costs only 380 yen. Pizza Slice is a fantastic addition to Tokyo’s pizza options: you can eat in a stylish setting, without setting yourself back. With one bite of a slice you are transported to Brooklyn. Name:Pizza Slice Address:1-3 1F, SARUGAKU-CHO, SHIBUYA-KU, TOKYO Location(s):Shibuya, Access:Daikanyama, Ebisu, Shibuya Web:http://slice01.businesscatalyst.com Phone:03-5428-5166 Business hours:11:30am-11:00pm
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A cool pizza place. Finally, New York-style pizza by the slice is available in Tokyo. Nestled in a backstreet in Sarugaku-cho, Pizza Slice stylishly serves up authentic NYC pizza. Everything about the food smacks of authenticity. The pizza slices are perfect – they’re foldable, thin and crisp, have exactly the correct amount of cheese and are even served on paper plates. The attention to detail here is incredible, including the freshness guarantee and the imposing pizza oven. The restaurant itself is beautiful, with its long wooden tables, high ceiling, great music and well-stocked bar. A huge cheese slice costs only 380 yen. Pizza Slice is a fantastic addition to Tokyo’s pizza options: you can eat in a stylish setting, without setting yourself back. With one bite of a slice you are transported to Brooklyn. Name:Pizza Slice Address:1-3 1F, SARUGAKU-CHO, SHIBUYA-KU, TOKYO Location(s):Shibuya, Access:Daikanyama, Ebisu, Shibuya Web:http://slice01.businesscatalyst.com Phone:03-5428-5166 Business hours:11:30am-11:00pm
tasty cool sandwich stand. Its name "BUY ME STAND" obviously comes from "STAND BY ME", which I assume the owner is a big fan of it. This place feels like "west coast" in the US, a cafe for "just hanging out", though their toasted sandwich dishes are pretty good. I'd recommend you go check out this place when you have a crave for toasted sandwiches. They are open pretty early so you can come for breakfast too.
BUY ME STAND
tasty cool sandwich stand. Its name "BUY ME STAND" obviously comes from "STAND BY ME", which I assume the owner is a big fan of it. This place feels like "west coast" in the US, a cafe for "just hanging out", though their toasted sandwich dishes are pretty good. I'd recommend you go check out this place when you have a crave for toasted sandwiches. They are open pretty early so you can come for breakfast too.
world famous good cafe. A favourite of international style bible Monocle, the original Fuglen shop in Oslo, Norway is a blend of café, cocktail bar and vintage design boutique, where even the furniture is up for sale. Its Tokyo shop, which opened in May 2012, transplants the concept to a backstreet corner not far from Yoyogi Park, in the space formerly occupied by Koz Café. Fuglen Tokyo opens at 8am on weekdays, selling tea and some remarkably good coffee during the daytime (though not any food – if you're feeling peckish, bring your own). It switches to bar mode in the evenings, with Japanese and Norwegian craft beers and a menu of cocktails devised by champion bartender Halvor Digernes, which makes extensive use of infused spirits and bitters; try the ginger daiquiri: it's a winner. The uniqueness of the décor – even the Biri-straw wallpaper is '50s vintage – and outdoor seating make this a plum destination for caffeine addicts and the cocktail crowd alike, though be prepared to pay Oslo prices for your drinks. Venue name: Fuglen Tokyo Contact: Address: 1-16-11 Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Mon, Tue 8am-10pm; Wed, Thu 8am-1am; Fri 8am-2am; Sat 10am-2am; Sun & hols 0am-1am Transport: Yoyogi-Koen Station (Chiyoda line), Yoyogi Hachiman Station (Odakyu line)
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world famous good cafe. A favourite of international style bible Monocle, the original Fuglen shop in Oslo, Norway is a blend of café, cocktail bar and vintage design boutique, where even the furniture is up for sale. Its Tokyo shop, which opened in May 2012, transplants the concept to a backstreet corner not far from Yoyogi Park, in the space formerly occupied by Koz Café. Fuglen Tokyo opens at 8am on weekdays, selling tea and some remarkably good coffee during the daytime (though not any food – if you're feeling peckish, bring your own). It switches to bar mode in the evenings, with Japanese and Norwegian craft beers and a menu of cocktails devised by champion bartender Halvor Digernes, which makes extensive use of infused spirits and bitters; try the ginger daiquiri: it's a winner. The uniqueness of the décor – even the Biri-straw wallpaper is '50s vintage – and outdoor seating make this a plum destination for caffeine addicts and the cocktail crowd alike, though be prepared to pay Oslo prices for your drinks. Venue name: Fuglen Tokyo Contact: Address: 1-16-11 Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Mon, Tue 8am-10pm; Wed, Thu 8am-1am; Fri 8am-2am; Sat 10am-2am; Sun & hols 0am-1am Transport: Yoyogi-Koen Station (Chiyoda line), Yoyogi Hachiman Station (Odakyu line)
Shibuya Cheese Stand, which located at just a short stroll from the heart of one of Tokyo’s busiest shopping districts. Run by a team of young cheese-makers, it currently offers only two kinds, a creamy mozzarella type and a ricotta. Besides being available in packages (¥550 for 100 grams for the mozzarella; ¥470 for the ricotta), both cheeses are also being made into a range of very tasty sandwiches. Whether mozzarella with tomato or vegetables (¥480 each); ricotta and salami (¥520); or mozzarella and egg with a drizzle of truffle oil (¥560), all are served in long rye-bread rolls, and can be either eaten in the small cafe area — perhaps with a glass of whey drink on the side — or taken out. Perfect for a summer picnic in nearby Yoyogi Park. Shibuya Cheese Stand, 5-8 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; (03) 6407-9806; open 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.; closed Sun. Nearest station: Yoyogi-Koen (Chiyoda Line); www.cheese-stand.com.
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Shibuya Cheese Stand
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Shibuya Cheese Stand, which located at just a short stroll from the heart of one of Tokyo’s busiest shopping districts. Run by a team of young cheese-makers, it currently offers only two kinds, a creamy mozzarella type and a ricotta. Besides being available in packages (¥550 for 100 grams for the mozzarella; ¥470 for the ricotta), both cheeses are also being made into a range of very tasty sandwiches. Whether mozzarella with tomato or vegetables (¥480 each); ricotta and salami (¥520); or mozzarella and egg with a drizzle of truffle oil (¥560), all are served in long rye-bread rolls, and can be either eaten in the small cafe area — perhaps with a glass of whey drink on the side — or taken out. Perfect for a summer picnic in nearby Yoyogi Park. Shibuya Cheese Stand, 5-8 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; (03) 6407-9806; open 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.; closed Sun. Nearest station: Yoyogi-Koen (Chiyoda Line); www.cheese-stand.com.
cute chocolate shop. https://www.facebook.com/minimalchocolate/
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Minimal Tomigaya
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cute chocolate shop. https://www.facebook.com/minimalchocolate/
Argentinian street food in Yoyogi-Uehara,very tasty. It’s not hard to track down Mi Choripan, Yoyogi-Uehara’s South Americanasador (grill). Just look for the porch hand-decorated in cheerful, primary colors, listen for the sound of Caribbean beats leaking out onto the street, and sniff the air for the telltale aroma of sizzling meat. This is the only place in the city devoted to the Argentinian street-food favorite known as choripan. Like a supersized version of a grilled Spanish chorizo sausage, it comes sandwiched between two halves of a small French loaf, loaded with toppings and a dollop of tangy chimichurri sauce. Address :2-4-8 Uehara, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Address (J) :東京都渋谷区上原2-4-8 Stations :Yoyogi-Uehara Station Telephone :03-5790-9300 Website : http://michoripan.com/ Hours : 1 a.m.-10 p.m. (Sundays & holidays. till 8 p.m.)
Mi Choripan.
Argentinian street food in Yoyogi-Uehara,very tasty. It’s not hard to track down Mi Choripan, Yoyogi-Uehara’s South Americanasador (grill). Just look for the porch hand-decorated in cheerful, primary colors, listen for the sound of Caribbean beats leaking out onto the street, and sniff the air for the telltale aroma of sizzling meat. This is the only place in the city devoted to the Argentinian street-food favorite known as choripan. Like a supersized version of a grilled Spanish chorizo sausage, it comes sandwiched between two halves of a small French loaf, loaded with toppings and a dollop of tangy chimichurri sauce. Address :2-4-8 Uehara, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Address (J) :東京都渋谷区上原2-4-8 Stations :Yoyogi-Uehara Station Telephone :03-5790-9300 Website : http://michoripan.com/ Hours : 1 a.m.-10 p.m. (Sundays & holidays. till 8 p.m.)
exiting shabu-shabu,sukiyaki place. NABEZO offers 90-mins-All-You-Can-Eat dinner from 2,400 yen. You can choose one soup from Shabushabu, Sukiyaki, Spicy Kimuchi, Tonkotsu (pork broth) or soy milk. You can add all-you-can-drink with a dinner course for 1,000 yen. Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 11:30am - 3pm, 5pm-11pm Sat, Sun & Holidays: 11:30am - 11pm
Nabezo
exiting shabu-shabu,sukiyaki place. NABEZO offers 90-mins-All-You-Can-Eat dinner from 2,400 yen. You can choose one soup from Shabushabu, Sukiyaki, Spicy Kimuchi, Tonkotsu (pork broth) or soy milk. You can add all-you-can-drink with a dinner course for 1,000 yen. Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 11:30am - 3pm, 5pm-11pm Sat, Sun & Holidays: 11:30am - 11pm
If you like meat, Niku Yokocho or “Meat Alley” is where it’s at. An indoor bazaar of various meat eateries with a somewhat street food/festival atmosphere. It has everything from raw beef sushi, to churrasco. The discerning cheapo will plonk down at Niku Rakuen (AKA “Meat Heaven”) for it’s 980yen 100% Wagyu burgers. address:Chitose Kaikan 2F, 13−8 Udagawacho, Shibuya, Tokyo Phone:03-6416-9929 Hours:17:00 - 27:00 Website:https://shibuyayokocho.com/
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Shibuya Niku Yokocho
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If you like meat, Niku Yokocho or “Meat Alley” is where it’s at. An indoor bazaar of various meat eateries with a somewhat street food/festival atmosphere. It has everything from raw beef sushi, to churrasco. The discerning cheapo will plonk down at Niku Rakuen (AKA “Meat Heaven”) for it’s 980yen 100% Wagyu burgers. address:Chitose Kaikan 2F, 13−8 Udagawacho, Shibuya, Tokyo Phone:03-6416-9929 Hours:17:00 - 27:00 Website:https://shibuyayokocho.com/
good taiwanese sausage!really tasty. It gets so noisy here at times that you might forget you’re in Japan. Maybe it’s just the sound of carnivores rhapsodising over the pork sausages: they really are rather good. Venue name: Reikyo Address: 2-25-18 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Transport: Shibuya station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon lines), Hachiko exit.
Reikyō
good taiwanese sausage!really tasty. It gets so noisy here at times that you might forget you’re in Japan. Maybe it’s just the sound of carnivores rhapsodising over the pork sausages: they really are rather good. Venue name: Reikyo Address: 2-25-18 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Transport: Shibuya station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon lines), Hachiko exit.
fish shop for locals. could eat in very tasty lunch plate.
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Uoriki
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fish shop for locals. could eat in very tasty lunch plate.
One of Japan's most popular medium-range burger chains, Mos Burger operates hundreds of branches all over the country, but this Tokyo Tower location is the only one serving the Tower Burger. A pun-tastic monstrosity packed with two patties, pastrami, onion rings, ample veg and chilli sauce, it's gimmicky but good.
Mos Burger Shibuya Dōgenzaka
One of Japan's most popular medium-range burger chains, Mos Burger operates hundreds of branches all over the country, but this Tokyo Tower location is the only one serving the Tower Burger. A pun-tastic monstrosity packed with two patties, pastrami, onion rings, ample veg and chilli sauce, it's gimmicky but good.
It didn't look like much at first, but this small, newly opened coffee stand by Shibuya's Dogenzaka surprised us with its interesting concept and variety of beans, sourced from roasters all over the city. Contributors include Meguro's Switch Coffee Tokyo, Musashi-Koyama's Amameria Espresso and Onibus in Jiyugaoka. Both espresso-based and drip drinks are available (all maintaining a remarkably high level), and with prices around ¥400 a cup, About Life has already made quite a splash on the sluggish Shibuya coffee market. Venue name: About Life Coffee Brewers Address: 1-19-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
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ABOUT LIFE COFFEE BREWERS - Specialty Coffee Stand
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It didn't look like much at first, but this small, newly opened coffee stand by Shibuya's Dogenzaka surprised us with its interesting concept and variety of beans, sourced from roasters all over the city. Contributors include Meguro's Switch Coffee Tokyo, Musashi-Koyama's Amameria Espresso and Onibus in Jiyugaoka. Both espresso-based and drip drinks are available (all maintaining a remarkably high level), and with prices around ¥400 a cup, About Life has already made quite a splash on the sluggish Shibuya coffee market. Venue name: About Life Coffee Brewers Address: 1-19-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Izakaya style bar. grill and eat fresh shellfish and seafood on the stove. sashimi plate and a lot of seafood dishes. 24hours open.
Isomaru Suisan
Izakaya style bar. grill and eat fresh shellfish and seafood on the stove. sashimi plate and a lot of seafood dishes. 24hours open.
The Gold Rush specializes in hamburger steaks. The patties are made of 100% beef, flavored with over ten kinds of seasonings blending together to offer a taste like none other. The demiglace sauce takes two days to marinate and the effort pays off. The "cheese hamburger" is most popular amongst Japanese customers. The extraordinary harmony between the cheddar, beef, and special sauce defies definition--you'll have to experience it for yourself. The sauce is poured onto your piping-hot plate right before your eyes, a wonderful effect for the appetite, but the liquid tends to splatter a bit: remember to guard your clothing with paper napkins.
Gold rush
The Gold Rush specializes in hamburger steaks. The patties are made of 100% beef, flavored with over ten kinds of seasonings blending together to offer a taste like none other. The demiglace sauce takes two days to marinate and the effort pays off. The "cheese hamburger" is most popular amongst Japanese customers. The extraordinary harmony between the cheddar, beef, and special sauce defies definition--you'll have to experience it for yourself. The sauce is poured onto your piping-hot plate right before your eyes, a wonderful effect for the appetite, but the liquid tends to splatter a bit: remember to guard your clothing with paper napkins.
When It comes to pizza, what image comes to mind? One might think of it being an authentic Italian dish, a round thin bread crust, covered with tomato sauce, and of course cheese. Pizza has been becoming an element of youth life that permeates not only culture but fashion, music and art. In Japan there aren't many places where you can try an authentic slice of New York Pizza. Your taste buds will not be left unsatisfied!
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When It comes to pizza, what image comes to mind? One might think of it being an authentic Italian dish, a round thin bread crust, covered with tomato sauce, and of course cheese. Pizza has been becoming an element of youth life that permeates not only culture but fashion, music and art. In Japan there aren't many places where you can try an authentic slice of New York Pizza. Your taste buds will not be left unsatisfied!
Oakland's Third Wave coffee pioneer Blue Bottle took Tokyo by storm in spring 2015: following the February opening of its Fukagawa café and roastery, the company set up shop right by Omotesando Station in early March. With Coutume and friends already in the neighbourhood, Aoyama's caffeine addicts sure have it good.
Blue Bottle Coffee Aoyama Café
Oakland's Third Wave coffee pioneer Blue Bottle took Tokyo by storm in spring 2015: following the February opening of its Fukagawa café and roastery, the company set up shop right by Omotesando Station in early March. With Coutume and friends already in the neighbourhood, Aoyama's caffeine addicts sure have it good.
When you come to Nakamoto, order their signature dish called Mouko Tanmen 770 yen. Tanmen is originally a Chinese style stir fried vegetable noodle soup but the one arranged by Nakamoto is the Japanese miso soup based, well mixed with the vegetables, spicy Sichuan dish of tofu, and minced meat on top of the perfect al dente noodles of great chewy texture. Once you taste their splendid spicy soup, you will understand why there always is a line of hungry patrons waiting outside the shop to have a bowl. Open Hour: From 11:00 to 23:30 http://www.picrumb.com/best-restaurants/shibuya/mouko-tanmen-nakamoto/
Mouko Tanmen Nakamoto
When you come to Nakamoto, order their signature dish called Mouko Tanmen 770 yen. Tanmen is originally a Chinese style stir fried vegetable noodle soup but the one arranged by Nakamoto is the Japanese miso soup based, well mixed with the vegetables, spicy Sichuan dish of tofu, and minced meat on top of the perfect al dente noodles of great chewy texture. Once you taste their splendid spicy soup, you will understand why there always is a line of hungry patrons waiting outside the shop to have a bowl. Open Hour: From 11:00 to 23:30 http://www.picrumb.com/best-restaurants/shibuya/mouko-tanmen-nakamoto/
Long before Barbacoa and company hooked Tokyo's meat-eating masses on churrasco, basement big boy Tucano's served as a conveniently located but still attractively hidden sanctuary for Shibuya carnivores in the know. Operating in a spacious location up on Dogenzaka for well over a decade now, this colourful eatery has remained a local favourite and is also renowned for its steamy samba shows, which take place three or four times every week. Venue name: Tucano's Shibuya Address: B1F, 2-23-12 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm; Sat, Sun & hols 11am-2pm, 5pm-9.30pmTransport: Shibuya Station
Tucano's Shibuya
Long before Barbacoa and company hooked Tokyo's meat-eating masses on churrasco, basement big boy Tucano's served as a conveniently located but still attractively hidden sanctuary for Shibuya carnivores in the know. Operating in a spacious location up on Dogenzaka for well over a decade now, this colourful eatery has remained a local favourite and is also renowned for its steamy samba shows, which take place three or four times every week. Venue name: Tucano's Shibuya Address: B1F, 2-23-12 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku Tokyo Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-9.30pm; Sat, Sun & hols 11am-2pm, 5pm-9.30pmTransport: Shibuya Station
As the name gives away, this new café, opened right by Laforet Harajuku, is packed with elements drawn from all things kawaii. With interiors done by Harajuku heavy-hitter Sebastian Masuda, it's a fantastic merry-go-round of super-cute elements, and offers four types of appropriately OTT seating in areas labelled Mushroom Disco, Milk Stand, Bar Experiment and Mel-Tea Room. If you're easily overwhelmed, best steel yourself before heading over.
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Kawaii Monster Cafe
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As the name gives away, this new café, opened right by Laforet Harajuku, is packed with elements drawn from all things kawaii. With interiors done by Harajuku heavy-hitter Sebastian Masuda, it's a fantastic merry-go-round of super-cute elements, and offers four types of appropriately OTT seating in areas labelled Mushroom Disco, Milk Stand, Bar Experiment and Mel-Tea Room. If you're easily overwhelmed, best steel yourself before heading over.
Sightseeing
There was much despair in the air when the bundle of food stalls, shacks, caravans and shops known as 246 Common closed down in May 2014, but the folks behind this ambitious open-air experiment were not about to be deterred. Instead, they decided to revive the project at the end of 2014 with a slightly different concept, giving birth to Commune 246 – a community-oriented collage including desks for nomad workers and a branch of the Freedom University, an organisation advocating new forms of learning. The tasty grub and great coffee has also made a comeback. The most slick of these operations is undoubtedly Antenna Wired Cafe, not least because it’s a solid, properly built structure with a large café area and internet access for hot-deskers. Outside you’ll find plenty of other options, including a place selling fancy potato fries, a fish shack called Fish Coop, vegan food stand Cori, and Dote Cafe, a stall selling vegan dishes with a Hawaiian bent. You can find a seat under one of the plastic geodesic domes or inside the huge festival tent area if the weather’s inclement. Take note that many of the food stalls start shutting down mid-evening if they feel like it; McDonald’s this ain’t. Venue name: Commune 246 Contact: Address: 3-13 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 11am-10pmTransport: Omotesando Station (Hanzomon, Ginza, Chiyoda lines)
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Commune 2nd
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There was much despair in the air when the bundle of food stalls, shacks, caravans and shops known as 246 Common closed down in May 2014, but the folks behind this ambitious open-air experiment were not about to be deterred. Instead, they decided to revive the project at the end of 2014 with a slightly different concept, giving birth to Commune 246 – a community-oriented collage including desks for nomad workers and a branch of the Freedom University, an organisation advocating new forms of learning. The tasty grub and great coffee has also made a comeback. The most slick of these operations is undoubtedly Antenna Wired Cafe, not least because it’s a solid, properly built structure with a large café area and internet access for hot-deskers. Outside you’ll find plenty of other options, including a place selling fancy potato fries, a fish shack called Fish Coop, vegan food stand Cori, and Dote Cafe, a stall selling vegan dishes with a Hawaiian bent. You can find a seat under one of the plastic geodesic domes or inside the huge festival tent area if the weather’s inclement. Take note that many of the food stalls start shutting down mid-evening if they feel like it; McDonald’s this ain’t. Venue name: Commune 246 Contact: Address: 3-13 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo Opening hours: 11am-10pmTransport: Omotesando Station (Hanzomon, Ginza, Chiyoda lines)