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Updated: April 27, 2022


1-2-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya City, Tokyo

An Eye-catching Shopping and Leisure Hub

Lots of new skyscrapers have been springing up in Shibuya over the last few years. But Shibuya Fukuras stands out, thanks to its ultra-modern glass exterior—and the sheer amount it has to offer. It is an 18-story commercial complex with shopping, dining, transport, and much more.


  • Shibuya-san's international staff will introduce you to the charms of Shibuya
  • Head to the second floor to find GMO Digital Hachiko, a virtual version of Shibuya's iconic dog statue
  • If you visit Pepper Parlor, you might catch a robot dance show

For first-time visitors, Shibuya-san is the best place to start. It is a ground-floor tourist information and art center, where you can learn about everything inside Shibuya Fukuras, and in the surrounding area. At this exceptionally helpful facility, you can store luggage, buy a SIM card, and use free wireless internet. Don't forget to check out the art exhibits. If you time your visit well, you might even catch a performance, or meet the artists.

Shibuya-san also sells bus tickets for use at the bus terminal right outside. There are direct bus services to and from Haneda and Narita airports, making this a gateway for the city of Tokyo as a whole.

Shibuya Fukuras' headline attraction is undoubtedly its shopping center, Tokyu Plaza Shibuya, which takes up floors 2 through 8, as well as floors 17 and 18. There are 70 shops, selling a wide range of beauty and health products, including cosmetics, and sundries.

Tokyu Plaza is also home to Shibuya Grand Shokudo, a dining area with lots of dining options like soba and sushi. One attraction is Pepper Parlor, where Pepper, a humanoid robot, serves as the waiter and host.

The 17th floor area hosts a rooftop open-air garden called SHIBU NIWA, which overlooks the streets of Shibuya. The terrace is shaded by trees, making it a comfortable space to relax. Floors 17 and 18 also contain the first Japanese branch of Cé La Vi Tokyo, a famous international dining and entertainment venue. It offers food, drink, and music, together with an unforgettable view over the city.

How to Get There

  • Shibuya StationJR Yamanote LineJR Saikyo LineJR Shonan-Shinjuku LineWest Exit|1 min on foot


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Opening Hours

  • 10:00-21:00


    *Varies by floor, store, and/or facility
  • Closing days: Irregular
    *Varies by floor, store, and/or facility


Varies per establishment

Facility Info

  • RestroomsDining facilitiesSmoking areasParkingWiFi
  • Disabled parkingAutomatic doorsEscalatorElevatorWheelchair accessible elevatorMulti-purpose toiletOstomate restroomsToilet with handrailsDiaper changing facilitiesBaby chair/high chairWheelchair loanStroller loanBreast feeding roomAccessible communication formats

For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.