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Updated: August 31, 2020


2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo

An Instant Icon at the Heart of Shibuya

When Shibuya Scramble Square opened in November 2019, it quickly established itself as one of the most prominent and recognizable skyscrapers in the whole city. This 230-meter structure—the tallest in Shibuya—is crammed full of shops, offices, and event spaces. And at its summit is a view that no one soon forgets.

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square


  • Shibuya Scramble Square is a great place to find traditional Japanese crafts
  • There are hammocks on the rooftop, so lie back and take your time
  • Tickets to the observation deck can be purchased online in advance

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

The volume and variety of shops contained within Shibuya Scramble Square seems almost inexhaustible. In fact, there are 213 shops in total. Between them they sell almost anything you can possibly imagine, including clothes, cosmetics, books, groceries, and electronics. There are plenty of options for food and drink, too, with both Japanese and international restaurants and cafes.

The 15th floor is given over to Shibuya QWS, an industry exchange facility that brings a diverse range of people together to create new social value.

Shibuya Scramble Square couldn't be easier to find—it stands above Shibuya Station, with direct access.

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

The 14th, 45th and 46th floors of Shibuya Scramble Square, as well as its roof, are dedicated to Shibuya Sky, a one-of-a-kind observation deck. You can gaze down at Shibuya's famous scramble crossing, and across the city to landmarks like Tokyo Skytree®. When the weather is clear, you can even see Mount Fuji. The rooftop is an open-air space with glass walls, providing an experience that's both invigorating, and a little bit nerve-wracking!

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

There's also an indoor observation space called Sky Gallery, with souvenir shops and art installations.

Photo: Shibuya Scramble Square

How to Get There

  • Shibuya StationTokyu Toyoko LineDen-en-toshi LineGinza LineHanzomon LineFukutoshin LineDirectly connected


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