Shibuya

You may also include Harajuku into your itinerary as well. But, I wanted to make Harajuku/Meiji Shrine into a separate post.

What to do in Shibuya!

Shibuya Scramble/Crossing

Location: 2 Chome-2-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0043, Japan

Probably one of Tokyo’s famous streets where all pedestrians from all directions cross at once. Be quick though, the lights don’t last too long if you wanted a photo.


WWW

Location: Japan, 〒150-0042 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Udagawacho, 13−17 B1F シネマライズビル

This is a pretty nice music venue where shots/alcohol are relatively cheap. The bass travels well in this venue!

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DJ BAR Bridge

Location: Japan, 〒150-0002 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Shibuya, 1 Chome−25−6 渋谷パークサイド共同ビル10F

This is an awesome bar with a DJ (random) playing within it. The mixed drinks at this place were great and the staff is friendly!

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Can*Do

Location: Japan, 〒150-0042 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Udagawacho, 36−6 B1F ワールド宇田川ビル

It’s a dollar store other than a Daiso. Why not peak around!

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Genki Sushi

Location: 24-8 Udagawacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0042, Japan

If you don’t plan on trying conveyor belt sushi (sushi brought to you on a conveyor belt), then you are missing out! So try it while in Shibuya!


Tokyu Hands

Location: 12-18 Udagawacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0042, Japan

I think this General Store is awesome. If you want to bring home bento boxes or a bunch of nonsense you can’t find back at home, then check it out!

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Izakaya

I know Shibuya for its izakaya. There is so many and I haven’t found one where it was bad, so if you see one, head in. I am personally not recommending a spot simply because I just walk into places and hope for the best. Haven’t gone wrong yet though. If you are uncertain, ask the person at the “front desk” if you can see an English menu or if the menu has pictures (“suimasen, eigo no menu ga arimasuka” Or “suimasen, menu wa tabemono no shashin ga arimasuka”)

Please understand that Japanese people often smoke at pubs which is what an Izakaya is.

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