Make your Japan trip larger with Shibuya

Shibuya, spread over an area if 15 kilometers square units are located in the region of Kanto and happen to be one of the busiest railway stations in the whole of Tokyo. It’s merely very famous, especially under the tag of being a shopping sure with various shops and packed with people of multiple ages and usually very chirpy and buzzy especially with young couples, students and travelers.

If you happen to be a foodie just like us, then you are bound and obliged to check out the Tokyo food show which is hit among those who want to explore and learn about different food items and specialties of Japan. The gourmet show happens in the Tokyo Department store at B1 Flo near 2-24-1 Shibuya- ka aka Shibuya station.

Places to visit

The other areas which we visited other than the busy street crossing are Meiji Shrine, Harajuku, Yoyogi, Roppongi, Takeshita street and garden Shinjuku Gyoen. The museums that can be visited are Nezu Museum, Museum of Yebisu Beer, Mori Art Museum, Yamatane Museum along with Cosmo Planetarium.


Away from the busy places, you can find peace at shrines like the Togo Shrine, and the Meiji Shrine or even the numerous parka spread all over the area like Komobano park, Sugekari Park, Shibuya Kuritsu Nabeshimashoto, Sakurazaka Park, Mitake park and Takahashi Korekiyo Memorial park.


The accommodation facilities include JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Shinjuku, Dormy Inn, Hotel Sunroute Plaza, Sakura Fleur Aoyama, Shibuya Tobu Hotel, Hotel Unizo, Shibuya Creston hotel.

TO get around Shibuya trains are the best way, and the transportation system of Shibuya has three leg train lines consisting of the JR train lines, wherein the Yamanote lines can be boarded to reach Harajuku, Shinjuku, Ueno, Tokyo, Ikebukuro, and Shinagawa.

The subway line which is the Tokyo Metro Ginza line for reaching Ueno, Asakusa, Omotesando, and Ginza.