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Tokyo Shibuya Neighbourhood Guide

Shibuya is home to what has to be the busiest and most photographed pedestrian crossing ion the world. At first glance Shibuya seems very young, but just away from the station things get a little more mature and there are some real foodie gems here. We especially like the area north west of the station and the view from Bello Vista bar is unbeatable.

Best Hotels in Shibuya

Hotel Fukudaya


Featuring traditional hot public baths, Hotel Fukudaya is a 15-minute walk or 5-minute bus ride to JR Shibuya Train Station. It offers affordable accommodation with free Wi-Fi access. Guests at Fukudaya Hotel can choose between ... Read more

Granbell Hotel Shibuya

€ €DesignFavouriteGood Value

Winner of a TripAdvisor 2012 Travelers’ Choice Award, design hotel Granbell Shibuya is just a 3-minute walk from Shibuya Station and features unique modern rooms with tinted glass, custom lamps, free Wi-Fi/LAN internet access and ... Read more

Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel

€ € € €BarViewsWalkable

Centrally located in Shibuya, Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel offers spacious rooms with panoramic city views. The hotel features a fitness centre, a swimming pool and a range of dining options. The Cerulean Tower is just ... Read more

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Best Restaurants in Shibuya


€ €FavouriteRamen

Reviewed by: EataCity -

Hayashi (はやし). The best food places in Tokyo do one thing and one thing well. Hayashi epitomizes this philosophy with only one type of ramen and three options; their standard bowl, with a marinated egg, ... Read more


€ € € €JapaneseKaisekiModern

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Kihuu (紀風). When you're in Japan you have to try (if your budget allows it) kaiseki cuisine. This is a traditional Japanese meal that consists of 14 courses served in a precise order. The Michelin ... Read more


€ € €IzakayaModern

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Poturapotura (ぽつらぽつら) is a modern Japanese izakaya. It's a little more refined, a little more polished than most other izakaya. In-the-know diners line the small bar and watch the young staff serve up everything from ... Read more


€ € €FavouriteYakitori

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Hinaikomachi (ひない小町 渋谷店). Most yakitori restaurants in Tokyo are casual places where customers consume large quantities of grilled skewers between gulps of beer, shōchū and sake. Hinaikomachi is one of the places that take yakitori ... Read more

Standing Sushi Bar


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This has to be the best and most convenient sushi in Tokyo. You're not expected to stick around long, but stand at the bar, order a drink, and point to what you want. It's crazy ... Read more

35 Steps Bistro

€ €Izakaya

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35 Steps Bistro (BISTRO三十五段屋) is a good example of a typical Tokyo izakaya. It doesn't have the intimacy of some independently owned places - this is more of a casual place to come with friends ... Read more

418 Kamiyama

€ € €Burgers

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At first glance, the Brooklyn Lager sign and burger menu might make you think 418 Kamiyama (神山) is a recent hipster joint, but Kamiyama is the real deal. Its owner previously lived in Brooklyn and ... Read more

Han No Daidokoro

€ €Lively

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Han No Daidokoro (焼肉居酒家 韓の台所 道玄坂店). Yakiniku is a type of Japanese BBQ where customers get their own little table top grill and cook their own meat. If you know anything about beef in Japan ... Read more

Hide Chan Ramen


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Hide Chan Ramen (らあめん渋英) is another ramen shop that has broken out of Japan and stretched its wings into New York City. In NYC you need to queue to get in, here you can pretty ... Read more

Ichiran Shibuya


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Ichiran (一蘭 渋谷店) is actually a pretty big ramen chain now, with outlets in and outside of Japan. But its popularity is well earned. The focus is on the delicious milky pork-based broth. Ordering is ... Read more


€ €SeafoodTouristy

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Kaikaya (開花屋) is quite a large restaurant separated into smoking and non-smoking sections and the customer base is a little more foreign than Japanese. Focus is on fresh seafood cooked over a grill. It's not ... Read more


€ €IzakayaLively

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Nakamenoteppen (なかめのてっぺん 渋谷店) is a casual izakaya, a place for locals to come after work, get a drink and slowly order plates of food between drinks. The focus here is on the grill, in particular ... Read more


€ € €Modern

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It's quite hard to pigeon hole Path. They open for breakfast and dinner, are they a cafe or a restaurant? They serve oysters topped with raw horse meat, daikon with octopus, ham with cumin. Is ... Read more



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Some soba restaurants painstakingly knead, roll and precision cut their noodles. Shinshuuya (信州屋 渋谷店) doesn't, and doesn't try to hide the fact either. Noodles ooze from a giant machine that offers over a boiling pot, ... Read more



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Toritake (鳥竹). Almost everywhere in the world, people gather around BBQs to eat grilled meat. It goes back to the cave man days of cooking on fire. Japan's version of the BBQ has to be ... Read more


€ €CasualIzakayaSeafood

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Uoshin (魚真 渋谷店) is slightly different to most izakaya in Tokyo in that it's mostly a non-smoking restaurant and the focus is on seafood both cooked and fresh. Uoshin is actually a small chain of ... Read more

Afuri Ebisu


Reviewed by: Daniel Food Diary - EataCity - Food File - Food Sake Tokyo -

Afuri Ebisu (恵比寿). Outside of Japan, ramen is typically known for its pork-based milky broth, but in fact there are countless types of ramen with independent outlets creating their own styles or variations of styles. ... Read more

Midori Shibuya

€ € €SushiTouristy

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Midori (梅丘寿司の美登利総本店 渋谷店) features in all the guide books for sushi in Tokyo. It is really good, but... massively popular. We suggest you avoid the queue of people waiting for a seat, and instead get ... Read more

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Best Bars in Shibuya

Mikkeller Tokyo

€ €FavouriteOpen Late

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Mikkeller (ミッケラー トウキョウ) is a Danish beer brewer and one of our favourite brewers in the world. They have a bunch of bars in Copenhagen and this is their only Japanese outlet. They brew great ... Read more

Tower Bar Bellovista

€ € €Views

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Almost everyone knows about the New York Bar in the Park Hyatt, fewer know about Bellovista in the Cerulean Tower Hotel. To our mind the view across Yoyogi park is better and on a clear ... Read more



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JBS (渋谷) stands for jazz, blues and soul. This bar run by Mr Kobayashi, is lined wall to wall with over 10,000 vinyl records. It's small (like all good bars in Tokyo), the drinks are ... Read more

Kurand Sake

€ €BYO FoodSake

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Kurand is a our favourite place for people to get an introduction to sake in Tokyo. They have a huge range of sake, really know they stuff, and often have guest sake makers in house ... Read more


€ €FunWine

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Mayu (ワインバー繭) is a wine bar with a difference, the basement has been converted into tiny little caves, customers literally have to crawl into some of the tables. This is not a bar for claustrophobia ... Read more


€ €Whiskey

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We're in love with Sugahara (すがはら 渋谷別館). It's absolutely everything we want from a Japanese whiskey bar. Located in an old house on a quite side street, there are only about 12 seats, the lighting ... Read more

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Best Cafes in Shibuya

Fuglen Tokyo

€ €BarDesign

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Fuglen (フグレントウキョウ) is a Norwegian based 'multiconcept space'. During the day it's a funky cafe serving really good coffee and in the evening the coffee cups get replaced with cocktail glasses. It's a beautiful space ... Read more


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Camelback is a little sandwich shop hidden in the streets of West Shibuya. The ex-sushi chef puts together tasty sandwiches with the same precision and care as you may expect from a plate of sashimi. ... Read more

Double Tall Coffeebar

Great Coffee

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Double Tall Coffeebar (ダブルトールコーヒーバー). Finding good coffee in Tokyo can be a challenge. Japanese don't tend to be fans of strong coffee. Double Tall have a couple of outlets around Tokyo and manage to brew ... Read more

Double Tall

Great Coffee

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Double Tall (ダブルトール 原宿店). Finding good coffee in Tokyo can be a challenge. Japanese don't tend to be fans of strong coffee. Double Tall have a couple of outlets around Tokyo and manage to brew ... Read more

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