Hotel
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
Hotel

Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu

Sightseeing
Hachiko Square, Shibuya Scramble Crossing
Sightseeing

Hachiko Square, Shibuya Scramble Crossing

Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu)
Sightseeing

Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu)

Shopping
Takeshita Street
Shopping

Takeshita Street

Omotesando Hills
Shopping

Omotesando Hills

Oriental Bazzar
Shopping

Oriental Bazzar

Shibuya Hikarie
Shopping

Shibuya Hikarie

KIDDY LAND
Shopping

KIDDY LAND

Art/Culture
Bunkamura
Art/Culture

Bunkamura

Nezu Museum
Art/Culture

Nezu Museum

Park/Amusement
Meiji Jingu Stadium
Park/Amusement

Meiji Jingu Stadium

Yoyogi Park
Park/Amusement

Yoyogi Park

Hotel
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
Sightseeing
Hachiko Square, Shibuya Scramble Crossing
Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu)
Shopping
Takeshita Street
Omotesando Hills
Oriental Bazzar
Shibuya Hikarie
KIDDY LAND
Art/Culture
Bunkamura
Nezu Museum
Park/Amusement
Meiji Jingu Stadium
Yoyogi Park

Shibuya/Harajuku/Omotesando

Shibuya

Shibuya is the origin of Japanese youth culture. You will find many famous shops, restaurants, bars, night clubs and live music clubs. It is full of the latest fashion of young people. Shibuya is definitely the place to go if you want to get the Japanese kawaii (cute) trends published in magazines. Recently many tourists come from all over the world.
Situated in front of Shibuya Station are some of the district's landmarks such as the statue of "Hachiko", "Moai" and the world's famous "Scramble Crossing".


Harajuku

Harajuku has 2 faces.
One is the face of a city of the teenagers’ culture where stylish items such as assorted goods, accessories and clothes are readily available. Takeshita street is constantly crowded with shoppers. Harajuku is the place where crepes, pancakes, and many other trends started. People line up outside popular shops here and there.

The other face is the stillness and mystical energy emanating from the Meiji Shrine. There are about 100 thousand trees within an area of about 700,000 square kilometers. After walking for 10 minutes from the entrance, you can see the Main Shrine where the souls of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken are enshrined.

Next to Meiji Shrine, there is Yoyogi Park, which is famous for its cherry blossoms in the spring and ginkgo trees in the autumn. It has become an oasis for people. Various international events are held during weekends.

Recommended route to the main spot (Wheelchair accessible route)

Meiji Shrine (Meiji Jingu)
From Harajuku, JR Omotesando exit, cross Gorin bridge and the entrance is there.
From Meiji-jingumae, Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line exit 2, cross Gorin bridge and the entrance is there.

Yoyogi Park
From Harajuku, Yamanote Line Omotesando exit, cross Gorin bridge and follow the road to the park entrance on the right.
From Meiji-jingumae, Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line exit 2, cross Gorin bridge and follow the road to the park entrance on the right.
From Yoyogi-koen, Chiyoda Line exit 4.

Takeshita Street
From Harajuku, JR Omotesando exit, bear left towards the Yamanote Line Takeshita exit, and cross the traffic light.
From Meiji-jingumae, Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line exit 2, go to the Yamanote Line Takeshita exit, and cross the traffic light.


Omotesando

Omotesando is a more sophisticated area. Artistic fashion buildings and galleries line up along the zelkova tree-lined street where you can enjoy shopping, gourmet food and art.

Recommended route to the main spot (Wheelchair accessible route)

Omotesando
From Omote-sando, Ginza Line, Chiyoda Line, Hanzomon Line exit A1.
From Meiji-jingumae, Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line exit 5.
From Harajuku, JR Omotesando exit.

The station guide of Omotesando Station is here

ShibuyaJR Line
Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Keio Inokashira Line
Tokyu Toyoko Line
Tokyu Denentoshi Line
HarajukuJR Line
Omote-sandoTokyo Metro