Shibuya is the shopping area. There are many shopping stores like Shibuya 109, ZARA, H&M and etc... You can enjoy cafes also. First, I always go shopping and when I feel like tired, I go to cafe. Shibuya is a really popular place, so weekdays are better.
Shibuya district brings you the latest Tokyo fashion trend. Join the busiest Shibuya crossing, feel the crowds yourself and try not to bump on people! During the night, it is the neon forest of Tokyo. Come here and shop till you drop!
When visiting Tokyo it is almost inevitable to not visit Shibuya. Shibuya is the ultimate shopping area (Center Gai and Shibuya 109) in Tokyo for young people. Here you can find many department stores, the latest fashion items and the really cool concept restaurants and cafes. Keep in mind that it's a very crowded and busy area, but there is lots to see. You can get a nice view from the busy Shibuya Crossing from the Starbucks cafe.
Shibuya is just awesome!!!
Whatever is that you are in the mood to do, you can do in Shibuya!
karaoke, bar, cafe, shopping, meeting people, partying and the list goes on!
Shibuya is easy to access and even tho very busy during weekends its always a great place to hang out either alone or with friends! ;)
Shibuya is a great place to visit in any ways!
There is the famous crossroad in front of the station, which is really fun to walk through or for making some excellent pictures.
And if you are getting bored of the crowds and want to take a rest, simply walk to the Yoyogi Park.
I think it is the biggest park in Tokyo and also very beautiful. There are even some small lakes inside of it and it is one of the few parks in which you are allowed to walk on the green area- Perfect for a good picnic!
Ok none of that happens here. Yes very sad indeed, but I will say if you're not a noob, then yes the crosswalk is extremely busy and fun to walk around. This place is always exciting. At night the place is as bright as ever, it really does feel like being in a movie with promotional videos playing on the giant monitors on the buildings. Bring sunglasses for when you come here at night, this place is hot and I am not talking about 109.
For you ladies you have the most amazing shopping mall ever and for guys who like eye candy OMG, I damn near melt every time I go there everyone is a 10. There are many food places but nothing that really sparks my interest. There is shaky's pizza which is good if you like pizza but don't want to spend that crazy amount for Domino's, then go here for all you can eat during happy hour for 900yen.
This is a pretty young crowd and with a lot of people there are many different fashion trends to steal from, everyone has their unique style that I like. Clubs are expensive, (some) places actually watch you and make sure you have a drink in your hands at all time or you gotta leave. But the night life here is where it's at.
You can't come to Japan and not go to Shibuya.
I really enjoy visiting Shibuya for two reasons. One is people watching. I will never get bored of crowds of people photographing a statue of a dog with excitement, or filming others as they cross the busiest road in the world.
The second reason is at night when it is raining, as I wander through crowds of umbrellas reflecting in the neon lights of restaurants and bars, I feel like I have wandered into the 1982 movie, Blade Runner; and I really like the movie Blade Runner.