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added on : October 15, 2019

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As the capital prepares to host the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympic Games, various popular areas are undergoing renovations and changes. The area around Shibuya Station in particular is undergoing major redevelopment. After five years of planning and construction, November 1 marks the grand opening of Shibuya Scramble Square, a 230-meter multipurpose skyscraper (Shibuya's tallest!) topped with an observation deck dubbed Shibuya Sky, which offers superb views of Shibuya Scramble, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree®, and even Mt. Fuji. Shibuya Scramble Square offers something for Japan residents and visitors alike, as it hosts offices, shops, restaurants, and event spaces.

Provided by Shibuya Station district co-developer

Shibuya Sky: 360-degree panoramic views

Located on the top two floors and the roof of the Shibuya Scramble Square building, Shibuya Sky is a one-of-a-kind observation space. It offers stunning views over the famed Shibuya Scramble Crossing, and across Tokyo to other landmarks such as Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree®, and, on clear days, Mt. Fuji. The 45th and 46th floors are home to lounge areas, a souvenir shop, and a cafe. The 45th floor, known as the Sky Gallery, is an indoor lookout area (featuring cafes, bars, and souvenir shops) that combines artistic video installations with stereoscopic sounds, creating a unique view that allows visitors to get a sense of modern Shibuya. The 46th floor, known as the Sky Stage, is an outdoor lookout deck that welcomes visitors to take in the views of Shibuya in the open air. The observation deck has an area of 2,500 square meters, making it one of the largest rooftop space in Japan.
Tickets for entry to Shibuya Sky in November 2019 are available for purchase on the official website. All tickets must be reserved in advance. Starting in December, tickets can be purchased online or on-site at the ticket counter on the 14th floor.

Provided by Shibuya Station district co-developer

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

A building for the future

The tallest building in Shibuya, Shibuya Scramble Square offers something for Japan residents and visitors alike. It hosts offices, restaurants, and multiple event spaces—as well as 212 shops! Ranging from the affordable to the high-end, there’s something here for every shopper—from skincare, to fashion, to accessories, home décor, books, groceries, and electronics. If all that shopping makes you hungry, not to worry; there are plenty of places to grab light bites or full meals, with lots of international options available.
The 15th floor is home to Shibuya QWS, an industry exchange facility that brings a diverse range of people together to create new social value. The building is directly connected to the train station via the Urban Core area on the second floor, a pedestrian walkway that spans the area between various train lines.

Shibuya Scramble Square

Address 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo
Hours Varies by floor. Check homepage for details.

Shibuya Sky: 9:00-23:00
Last admission to Shibuya Sky one hour before closing.
Closing days Not specified
Access Shibuya Station | Directly connected
JR lines | Inokashira Line | Den-en-toshi Line | Toyoko Line | Ginza Line | Hanzomon Line | Fukutoshin Line
Other For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.
URL Shibuya Scramble Square