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added on : November 18, 2019
Opening November 2019, Shibuya Fukuras is the newest in a series of skyscrapers joining the Shibuya skyline. Built with both Japanese and international visitors in mind, the building is home to offices, retail stores (operated by Tokyu Plaza Shibuya, opening December 5), a bus terminal for both local and airport-bound buses, luggage storage space, and tourist information facilities. Its location in the Dogenzaka area of Shibuya will be made even more accessible by the deck that is planned to directly connect Shibuya Fukuras to Shibuya Station. With 18 aboveground stories and four basement stories, there's plenty to explore here!
Floors 2 through 8, as well as floors 17 and 18 of Shibuya Fukuras are home to Tokyu Plaza Shibuya, a retail space built around the theme of "mellow life." It is designed to appeal to Shibuya's urban workers, with 69 shops offering just about everything one could need—from clothing, accessories, and cosmetics, to home goods and kitchenware. It's the perfect place to window-shop or pick up souvenirs.
And when you need to relax and recharge, there are several dining options to choose from on floors 6 and 7, which comprise the dining area dubbed "Shibuya Grand Shokudo." Savor Japanese cuisine like ramen, sushi, and soba… or maybe just grab a quick coffee or tea before getting back to shopping.
For those looking for a glimpse into the future, check out Pepper Parlor on floor 5. Pepper, a social humanoid robot developed by SoftBank Robotics, serves up drinks and waffles at this cafe, alongside human staff.
Rooftop open-air garden Shibu Niwa, located on floor 17, provides a scenic location to soak up the view of surrounding skyscrapers and Shibuya Scramble down below. CÉ LA VI, a well-known international dining and entertainment venue, marks its first foray into Japan at Shibuya Fukuras, with a cafe, bar, and lounge on floor 17 and a restaurant and sky bar on floor 18.
Located on the first floor of Shibuya Fukuras is Shibuya-san, a combined tourist information center and art center. The facility was created to bring locals and international visitors together through art.
Besides tourist information, there are also luggage storage and forwarding facilities and currency exchange machines. Shibuya-san is open until 23:00, so even visitors who are out late will be able to stop by.
Also located on the first floor of Shibuya Fukuras is a bus terminal that provides a convenient launch point for catching local buses, as well as limousine buses to Narita and Haneda Airports.
This is a mock-up image for illustrative purposes.
|Address||1-2-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya City, Tokyo|
Tokyu Plaza Shibuya:
10:00-21:00 (retail stores)
11:00-23:00 (17th floor garden; last entry 22:30)
Note: Hours vary by facility.
|Closing days||Varies per facility|
Shibuya Station | West Exit | 1 min on foot
JR Lines | Toyoko Line | Den-en-toshi Line | Inokashira 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||Tokyu Plaza Shibuya|