The Guide introduces you to the best spots in this area. As a center of culture and fashion trends, the area is full of energy and excitement.
There are numerous popular spots that attract people from both inside and outside of Japan. Let’s begin your Tokyo shopping adventure here with the famous Scramble Crossing as a starting point!


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Department Store / Commercial Complex

Cute Cube Harajuku

Harajuku’s Takeshita-dori Street attracts attention from around the globe as the home of “kawaii”, or cute and pretty, culture. This store located in the middle of the street is popular with girls searching for something cute.

  • 1-7-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Harajuku Sta. / Meiji-jingumae Sta.
  • 10:00-20:00 (3F 11:00-21:00)
  • No scheduled closes

Omotesando Hills

Being packed with high-brand boutiques, interiors, gourmet restaurant, and even the art gallery, you are guaranteed to take some time off to think where to go. And don’t miss out the building itself is designed by Tadao Ando, and especially, the spiral slope at the heart of building is a must-see.

  • 4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta. / Meiji-jingumae Sta.
  • 11:00-21:00(Sun.: 11:00-20:00)
    Restaurant: 11:00-L.O.22:30(Sun.: 11:00-L.O.21:30)
    Café: 11:00-L.O.20:30(Sun.: 11:00-L.O.19:30)
  • Open throughout the year
    (except for 3 closed days during the year)

Shibuya Hikarie

Shibuya's landmark catering to adults houses some 200 retailers of fashion, cosmetics, homeware, and food products. The 8th floor features an art gallery and the D47 Design Travel Store carrying design-conscious goods from across Japan. Conveniently linked directly from Shibuya Station.

  • 2-21-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku
  • ShinQs 10:00–21:00
    Cafe & Restaurant 6F 11:00–23:00
    Cafe & Restaurant 7F 11:00–23:30
    *7F to 23:00 on Sundays only
    Creative Space 8/ 11:00〜20:00
    *Some tenants to 23:00
  • Open throughout the year


Cat Street

Teenage-beloved fashion conscious alley, which connects Shibuya and Omotesando. If you want some street style, come and walk around the townies select shops, rag shops, and some of the indies-label as well. Don't miss the Takoyaki and galette snack stands also.

  • Jingumae 3-chome Shibuya-ku,
    Shibuya 1-chome Shibuya-ku area
  • Shibuya Sta. / Meiji-jingumae Sta.

Laforet Harajuku

Must-see fashion complex for teenagers. Never mind you are a girl or boy, you will not be missed out from about 130 shops of apparel, shoes, bags, etc. As the symbol of Harajuku, you will find out what the latest fashion and culture are like. And what's more to say? About 80 shops are tax free!

  • 1-11-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Harajuku Sta.
  • 11:00-21:00
  • Closed two days each in February and August
    (dates vary by year)


The perennial trendsetter of Tokyo girls' fashion houses some 120 brands of fashion, accessories, and cosmetics popular with the teens and twenties, and attracts crowds of stylish youths from around the world. Watch for shop staffs representing the latest styles as well!

  • 2-29-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku
  • Shibuya Sta.
  • 10:00-21:00
    cafe&Restaurant: 10:00-22:00
    (May vary depending on store )
  • Closed on January 1st


Then, this is the must-go spot for “Harajuku Kawaii”. This is the heart of Harajuku culture representing the concept “Sensational KAWAII”. With girls fashion and accessories in colorful-lollipop taste, you may have a chance to meet celebs!

  • TX101 Building 2F
    4-28-16 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Harajuku Sta.
  • 12:00-20:00
  • Open throughout the year

SOU・SOU KYOTO Aoyama Store

Garnering accolades from designers around the world, SOU・SOU is the world’s only domestically produced brand of Jika-tabi. This traditional, split-toed, outdoor footwear is designed with original, modern Japanese textiles to create colorful, pop masterpieces.

  • A La Croce 1F
    5-4-24 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta.
  • 11:00-20:00 (Café: 13:00-19:00)
  • No scheduled closes

Takeo Kikuchi Shibuya Meiji Street Flagship Store A-1

Designer Takeo Kikuchi’s atelier is housed in the same building as his largest flagship store in Japan. Browse casualwear and novelty items on the first floor, order a tailor-made suit from the selection of patterns on the second floor, and enjoy the atmosphere along Cat Street from the third-floor café.

  • 6-25-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Harajuku Sta.
  • 11:00-20:00 (3F 9:00-21:00)
  • Closed on January 1st

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku

Fully complexed with popular girls fashion brands, the Manga/Anime concepted household goods store and much more of the Japan's own shops. As well as everything, even the Starbucks found on the 6th floor where the relaxing spaces are.

  • 4-30-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Harajuku Sta. / Omote-sando Sta.
  • B2F 8:00-23:30
    B1F-5F 11:00-21:00
    6F-7F 8:30-23:00
    6F Rooftop Garden Omohara Forest 8:30-21:00
  • Irregular closing days

Interior / Products

Bic Camera Shibuya East Store

Shop here for the latest, popular home appliances, computers, watches, and other electronic goods at good prices. The overseas models for cameras, rice cookers, and other appliances are also popular with tourists. The liquor department stocks the best range of beverages in the area. Buy the Tokyo Metro unlimited-ride passes for foreign tourists, ideal for your sightseeing needs, here.

  • 1-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku
  • Shibuya Sta.
  • 10:00-22:00
  • Open throughout the year


Japanese style shop with single priced goods can meet your needs in a wide variety of categories such as cosmetics, office and kitchen supplies, idea goods and even some foods. With over 70,000 items available, you can find wine and seasonal items in affordable prices as well. For souvenirs, try their Japanese typical goods section.

  • 1-19-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Harajuku Sta. / Meiji-jingumae Sta.
  • 10:00-21:00
  • Open throughout the year


If "Entertainment" is the word you're looking for, this one is for you. The variety of character merchandise, "Snoopy", "Hello Kitty", etc., can "entertain" children of all ages. Recommended if you're looking for souvenir too..

  • 6-1-9 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Harajuku Sta.
  • Mon. to Fri.: 11:00-21:00
    Sat., Sun. and holidays: 10:30-21:00
  • No scheduled closes

Morita Antiques

This artist-dedicated department, founded in 1940, has been boasting Japan’s best selection of painting and framing supplies. Not only that, they cover domestic and imported items in design and comic-making materials, and stationary as well. As far as the price goes, bulk buying is recommended as well.

  • Kurasawa Building 1F
    5-12-2 Minami-Aoyama,Minato-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta.
  • 10:00-19:00
  • Open throughout the year

Seiban Omotesando

This store specializes in Randsel, which children in Japan use to carry their schoolbooks. They stock a colorful selection of these backpacks that are also popular abroad.
These make ideal gifts for children or fashionconscious friends.

  • Oracion Aoyama 1F
    3-15-16 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta.
  • 10:00-18:00
  • Closed on Wed.

Shu Uemura

Japanese makeup artist brand which represents the industry. Professional tools, wide variety of eye shadows and lipsticks are well-known even in overseas countries. Limited collections in collaboration with modern-artists are always inspirering.

  • Omotesando Hills West Wing1F
    4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Omote-sando Sta. / Harajuku Sta.
  • Mon. to Sat.: 11:00-21:00
    Sun.: 11:00-20:00
  • No scheduled closes


Based around the theme of combining lifestyle and art, Spiral houses a spacious gallery, cafés, restaurants, and other stores. Spiral Market, which sells around 60,000 items from around the world, on the second floor is a must-see.

* UnionPay card accepted;
duty free(varies by tenant)
  • 5-6-23 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta.
  • 11:00-20:00 (Some stores close 24:00)
  • Closing days in summer and winter for maintenance
    * Some stores close during events

Café & Restaurant


If you are to know the soul of Japan and the Japanese, Soba is something you can't avoid. This widely known Soba chain has all that you need. You will find cheap-but-great things here with Soba, Udon, Donburi and others. Doesn't matter where you are from, your neighbor is here, waiting for you 24-hours a day, even after you hang around Kabuki-cho.

  • 5-9-5 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta.
  • 11:00-22:00(L.O. 21:30)
  • Closed on every Sun.,Mon.


This conveyor belt sushi restaurant, which is the oldest in Omotesando, offers original sushi alongside standard favorites. It has English-speaking staff and an English menu.

  • 5-8-5 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. / Omote-sando Sta.
  • 11:00-21:30
  • Open throughout the year

Cafe & Restaurant Las Chicas

International styled café restaurant making you feel like at home. Just enjoy the meal from US, France, Mexico and the rest of the world in the patio with a totally relaxing atmosphere. No worries about the languages, the multinational staff are standing right beside you.

  • 5-47-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Omote-sando Sta. / Meiji-jingumae Sta. /Shibuya Sta.
  • Mon.- Thu.,Sun.and holidays: 11:30-L.O. 22:30
    Fri. and Sat.: 11:30-L.O. 23:00
  • Open throughout the year (except for the New Yearʼs holidays)

Sakura Tei

Don't visit Tokyo and miss trying Okonomiyaki / Monja. A vast, wide open space with 200 seats is enough to welcome all foreigners. Enjoy a meal in buffet and bottomless style menu in a gallery area to match the nice meal.

  • 3-20-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
  • Meiji-jingumae Sta. /Harajuku Sta. / Omote-sando Sta.
  • 11:00-24:00
  • Open throughout the year

Fruits & Parlor Shibuya Nishimura

Started as a luxury fruit store, now an established fruit parlor. You'll be surprised and delighted to see and taste parfaits topped with fresh fruits. Pancakes, sandwiches, and some Japanese desserts will be enough to feed you well..

* English, Simplified Chinese
(menus available)
  • 22-2 2F Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku
  • Shibuya Sta.
  • Mon. to Sat.: 10:30-L.O. 22:30
    Sun. and holidays: 10:00-L.O. 22:00
  • Closed two days a year for building maintenance