The neighborhood of Shibuya itself is considered the center of Tokyo’s youth culture, with an abundance of traditional Izakaya gastropubs, karaoke venues, arcades, restaurants, boutique stores, manga cafés, and art galleries. The neighborhood’s main attraction is the frenetic Shibuya crossing, where all traffic lanes are stopped for pedestrians to scramble across the road in every direction, but Shibuya is also famous for its fashion scene and is home to such shopping malls as the famed Shibuya 109, Hikarie, and Parco.
HND - Haneda Airport
Nearest train station
JR Shibuya Station
Spa & Recreation
"Hanging out" with sumo wrestlers, cultural Shibuya & fish market tours
Food & Drink
And last but not least, Assembly Room, where visitors are invited to enjoy both coffees and nightcaps throughout the day next to Debbie Lawson’s infamous 'Persian Bear' carpet sculpture.
Conference & Meetings
7 event spaces and a rooftop chapel
Complimentary bikes and sustainable store highlighting local products
Bicycles for rent
A hyperfuturistic vision of neon and next-gen tech meets a place of deeply held traditions from Shinto to samurai: Japan beguiles you with its contradictions, spellbinding nature, and world-renowned cuisine.