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      • Jesus Lifehouse International Church
        1.85 Km from Shibuya Station
        Jesus Lifehouse International Church is a Pentecostal church associated with the Australian Christian Churches and part of the Hillsong Church network of Churches. It has churches located in Japan (Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Sendai, Sapporo, Bali and Hong Kong. The churches senior pastors, Rod and Viv Plummer, began the church in 2002 in Tokyo with a team of 10 Australians and 1 Japanese couple. Currently over 1500 people attend Tokyo services with over 3000 people across all campuses. Jesus Lifeho...
      • Nihonryori Ryugin
        2.46 Km from Shibuya Station
      • Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
        2.50 Km from Shibuya Station
        Roppongi Hills Mori Tower (六本木ヒルズ森タワー, Roppongi Hiruzu Mori Tawā) is a 54-story mixed-use skyscraper located in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo. Completed in 2003 and named for builder Minoru Mori, it is the centerpiece of the Roppongi Hills urban development. It is currently the sixth-tallest building in Tokyo at 238 meters (781 ft). The tower has a floor space area of 379,408m squared (4,083,910 sq ft), making it one of the largest buildings in the world by this measure. The Mori Tower building is pri...
      • Tokyo Camii
        2.54 Km from Shibuya Station
      • Roppongi Hills
        2.57 Km from Shibuya Station
        Roppongi Hills (六本木ヒルズ, Roppongi Hiruzu) is a New Urban Centre and one of Japan's largest integrated property developments, located in the Roppongi district of Minato, Tokyo. The architecture and use of the space is documented in the book Six Strata: Roppongi Hills Redefined. Constructed by building tycoon Minoru Mori, the mega-complex incorporates office space, apartments, shops, restaurants, cafés, movie theatres, a museum, a hotel, a major TV studio, an outdoor amphitheatre, and a few parks. ...
      • 21 21 Design Sight
        2.77 Km from Shibuya Station
      • Tokyo Midtown
        2.80 Km from Shibuya Station
        Tokyo Midtown (東京ミッドタウン, Tōkyō Middotaun) is a 569,000-square-meter (6.1 million sq ft) mixed-use development in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan. Completed in March 2007, the $3 billion (¥370 billion) project includes office, residential, commercial, hotel, and leisure space, and the new quarters of the Suntory Museum of Art. When completed, the Midtown Tower was the tallest building in Tokyo. The project site takes up 78,000 square meters (19.4 acres) previously occupied by the Japan Defense Agency in Ro...
      • Midtown Tower
        2.87 Km from Shibuya Station
        Midtown Tower (ミッドタウンタワー, Middotaun tawā) is a mixed-use skyscraper in Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo. Completed in 2007, it is the tallest of the six buildings within the Tokyo Midtown complex, at 248.1 meters (814 ft), and was the tallest office building in Tokyo until 2014. The building is home to numerous companies and The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo.
      • Akasaka Sacas
        3.51 Km from Shibuya Station
        akasaka Sacas (赤坂サカス, Akasaka Sakasu) is an area in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan, where the TBS Broadcasting Center and the site of the "Akasaka 5-chome TBS Development Project" stand.
      • Nakano Sun Plaza
        6.44 Km from Shibuya Station
        Nakano Sun Plaza (中野サンプラザ, Nakano San Puraza) is a hotel in Nakano, Tokyo. The hotel includes a concert hall, the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall. Built in 1973, this concert hall seats 2,222 people.

      Points of Interest near Shibuya Station

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      • Shibuya
        When you hear the name "Shibuya", those in the know immediately think of the fashion mecca of youth in Tokyo. This area in the vicinity of Shibuya's main train station is an incredible array of people, lights, colors, entertainment, shopping, food, traffic, bars, concerts, and ..whatever else you can think of! Shibuya is also one of the 23 "wards" of central Tokyo so there is more than the famous station district but for the visitor with excitement in their eyes, the area a couple of kilometers or so around the station is a paradise!

        Many world wide trends in Asian fashion and culture start right here! Besides neon and big city lights, a visitor will see every kind of youth and all kinds of fashion. Business men and women abound as well as hundreds of thousands of people from everywhere. Shibuya ward is large and includes many other famous districts such as Harajuku, Ebisu, Daikanyama, Sendagaya, Hiroo, Omotesando, and Yoyogi. These are places with their own local culture within Shibuya ward and can be researched separately. There are neighborhoods, universities, corporations and cultural places. It is a city to itself!

        The famous district includes Center Gai pedestrian zone, and area that has to be walked on a busy weekend evening. The Hachiko statue: the most famous meeting place in Japan. Start here for your Shibuya district tours! Love Hotel Hill, guessed it! And also Dogen-Zaka, a street full of more of....everything. Shibuya is an ultimate Ward and an ultimate district. There are enough places of interest in Shibuya Ward to keep busy with it's many districts but the train station (huge, one of the busiest on earth) area is the city on fire! SHIBUYA IS NOT TO BE MISSED!
        Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
      • NHK Studio Park
        The NHK Broadcasting Center is headquarters for Japan’s public television network-a must for anyone wishing to see how Samurai epics are made.

        The best place for more information is your hotel or the Tourist Information Center which have information on this.  Ask for the “Studio Park” guided tour for the NHK soundstages.
        NHK Studio Park 2 Chome-2-1 Jinnan, 渋谷区 Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-8001, Japan
      • Yoyogi National Stadium
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        Yoyogi National Stadium 2 Chome-1-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-0041, Japan
      • Takeshita Street

        Takeshita Street, Takeshita-dori, just across the railway bridge from Yoyogi park, continues this spirit of Avant-fashion with gangs like the cos-play-zuku, groups of mostly female youngsters in manga-inspired costumes and lemon and blue lipstick, turning the narrow street into a lively and impromptu catwalk of the new and bizarre.

        Takeshita Street 1 Chome-19 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan
      • Yoyogi Park

        The park is remarkable chiefly for the National Yoyogi Sports Center, comprising two stadiums designed by architect Tange Kenzo.

        The park itself was once a parade ground for the imperial Japanese army. After World War II it was taken over by the Occupation for military housing and nick named “Washington Heights,” then redeveloped as the Olympic Village site for the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Game.

        By the 1980s thanks to the broad avenues and new subway stops built for the games, this had become one of the coolest, liveliest, and place where the youngest trendiest people live, neighborhood in the city.

        Street foods to try, body painting to see, the in your face-fashion, the photo opportunities; maybe on a warm spring afternoon Youyogi Park might be more fun than any other place in town!

        Yoyogi Park 2-1 Yoyogikamizonochō, Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 151-0052, Japan
      • Meiji Jingu
        The shrine dedicated to the spirits of the emperor Meiji (who died in 1912) and Empress Shoken. The entrance is marked by two huge torii gates, their pillars made from 1,700-year-old cypress trees.
        Meiji Jingu 1-1 Yoyogikamizonochō, Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 151-8557, Japan
      • Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
        Originally a feudal estate, this collection of gardens (in Japanese, French, and English styles) became part of the imperial household after the Meiji Restoration and in 1949, a public park- the ultimate oasis in this quarter of the city.

        Shinjuku Gyoen is famous for its botanical greenhouse, for its flowering cherry trees in April, and for its chrysanthemum exhibition during the first two weeks of October.
        Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden 11 Naitōmachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tōkyō-to 160-0014, Japan
      • Japan
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        Japan, 〒151-8580 Tokyo, Shibuya, Sendagaya, 5−24−2 タカシマヤタイムズスクエア 13階
      • Tokyo
        Japan’s capital is a hurtling, modernized city in which fads come and go in days and everything seems to be electronic. Its extraordinary subway system is a test of your traveler’s nous, while its humming shopping districts welcome visitors to shopping themes that could only be here: shops dedicated to dressing as cartoon characters, half a plane being used to promote hair accessories, and even a tiny corner shop with an unsubtle specialization: Condomania.

        Underneath the glimmering façade, however, Tokyo still has its traditional side. You can stare across the clear water moat at the Imperial Palace (but, sadly, get no closer), head to the Meiji Jingu Shrine and gape wide-eyed at the mammoth lanterns labeled with oversized Chinese characters, or watch the cherry blossoms fall from the trees of Ueno Park in spring. At the shrines, grab a fortune, ask for a translation, and then tie it to the fluttering strings for luck.

        At the other end of the spectrum there’s Tokyo Central, where a meal means Sushi grabbed one plate at a time from a tiny conveyor belt, and the local teenagers drift around in costume, never stepping out of character. Check out Shibuya and see the young fashion walking the streets. Explore the Tsukiji fish market – the world’s largest – before heading over to ‘geek paradise’ and snapping up a handful of pages of the cartoon artwork fully grown men like to read on the subway.

        There are so many ‘only in Japan’ experiences to be had that you could spend your entire trip doing them. Head to the Sento public baths and relax for the evening, spend a night in a tiny ‘pod’ hotel, stacked up against a wall, slurp Sake in a pricey bar or take an Origami class in a room with paper doors. There’s the Asahi brewery to investigate, Tokyo’s own Disneyland, and the markets displaying extraordinarily ornate fans and tiny mechanical advices to take home with you.

        Tokyo is huge, and it would take years to see it all. Then again, you can pick out your highlights in a few days, and never be bored for a month. Just don’t turn up with a tight budget.
        Tokyo, Japan
      • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
        The city Hall complex was architect Tange Kenzo’s magnum opus, arguably the last great work of this career. It was a staggeringly expensive project, and taxpayers have had an ongoing love-hate relationship with its postmodern monumental design since it was completed in s1991.

        The complex consists of a 48-story main office building, a 34-story annex, the Metropolitan Assembly building, and a huge central courtyard. The main building soars 243 m (797ft.) splitting on the 33rd floor into two towers.

        Weather permitting, the observation decks on the 45th floors of both towers offer views all the way to Mt. Fuji.
        Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building 2 Chome-8-1 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tōkyō-to 163-8001, Japan

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      Climate near Shibuya Station

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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 3.3 50.7 37.9 20
      Feb 4 75.3 39.2 29.6
      Mar 7.2 108.1 45 42.6
      Apr 12.8 131.8 55 51.9
      May 17.2 143.3 63 56.4
      Jun 21 174.9 69.8 68.9
      Jul 25.2 143.2 77.4 56.4
      Aug 26.4 153.4 79.5 60.4
      Sep 22.7 227.7 72.9 89.6
      Oct 16.6 205.8 61.9 81
      Nov 11.1 97.9 52 38.5
      Dec 5.8 56.4 42.4 22.2

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        • Must go to place. Always busy area and full of people. Accessibility is very good.
        • Big station but signed well and very clean. It can take a while to get your head around such a big train network but there always seems to be someone willing to help out if you get lost.
        • When I first got here, it was a large confusing mess, but within a couple of trips, it all made sense quickly. One of the largest metro subway stations I have been to in my life, and it's amazing to see just how everything is structured to manage the flow of people
        • Gateway to the Shibuya area. Great fun at Halloween as most people have wonderful and clevour costumes. Everyone is happy and friendly. Large selection of brand name goods at excellent prices.
        • This station located at Shibuya district. Shibuya is big shopping district. You can buy anything at there with cheap price.


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