Shopping in Shibuya

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  • Raymond
    Los Angeles, CA722 contributions
    This is what you think about when coming to Tokyo.
    Crowded streets with quirky shopping.
    It’s a crowded place but have so much to offer! Good thing we decided to go later at night.
    Do drop by this street for souvenir, it’s cheaper and have so many choices!
    Written 7 October 2020
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  • buttercup1211
    Winnipeg, Canada1,596 contributions
    The variety of food in their food hall will make your mouth water, particularly the cakes and pastries. There was so much food I could spend hours just looking at them! Definitely a feast for the eyes! There was also a Tokyu Hands inside the mall so that was nice, although it isn’t as big as the regular standalone ones. I also bought a Shu Uemura lash curler here but it turns out it was way cheaper at Narita Airport.
    Written 22 December 2019
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  • N_and_R
    Fishers, IN418 contributions
    We visited the Ebisu Garden Place to look at the holiday illuminations. It looked like the place was relatively busy, especially the restaurants on the top of the tower, even on a Thursday evening. The entire complex is rather large, and the brick? paved outdoor areas were pleasantly and tastefully decorated and illuminated mainly with white lights. There was a huge Baccarat chandelier enclosed inside glass that kept changing colors. The buildings surrounding the walkways are very European-looking, and that added to the entire ambience. The huge Christmas tree at the end of the walkway was brightly lit with colorful lights, and there appeared to be a bunch of now-ubiquitous Christmas-market stalls surrounding it, though they were not open when we were there (early December on a weeknight). This was definitely much more low-key than the other holiday illumination venues in Tokyo, and we actually enjoyed it.
    Written 14 December 2019
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  • Samantha C
    8 contributions
    Like many others said, the name "cat" street might be misleading of what the street consists of. There are many cute boutique stores and snacks, but no cats in sight.
    Written 24 February 2020
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  • MarkoJu
    Zagreb, Croatia11 contributions
    Cool place, on a high end side. Accross from new Shibuya Scramble Square.
    Few shops and restaurants. Right above the station
    Written 10 November 2019
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  • Natalia T
    Singapore, Singapore2,233 contributions
    This is a hip area where the shop designs and displays are very attractive. Lots of people walking around, and lots of food outlets. Shops mainly selling branded stuff.
    Written 11 February 2020
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  • mombogogo
    Tellico Plains, TN433 contributions
    My thing when I travel is to buy local art. I'd much rather have something on my walls or my coffee table that is a constant memory of a great trip than a t-shirt or other souvenir that will be thrown away in a couple of years. When I was researching where to buy local art in Tokyo, this was about the only place that I saw. How sad is that?!?

    Anyway, we'd come to Harajuku to get art and maybe see an owl cafe or something equally as quirky Japanese, but Takeshita Street quickly overwhelmed us. Design Festa is just a street or so away, and I'm so glad we went.

    There are several rooms, and it seems that each room highlights a different artist. The styles and types of art were widely varied. Some art was for sale, but not all of it was. While I did walk away with one piece, there were a couple of other things I would have loved to have purchased, but they weren't for sale, or the prints were sold out. Many of the artists were in their rooms and you could talk to them directly about their art, which is something I love. Best of all, none of the art was crazy expensive. The small painting we bought was disassembled and wrapped well so that we could pack it in our suitcase, and they didn't charge any extra at all.

    Everyone seemed happy to let us browse the building. It was worth the detour away from Takeshita St; it has just the perfect artsy vibe to it, laid-back, and definitely affordable artwork that you can bring home.
    Written 24 September 2019
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  • tlarraya
    Community of Madrid, Spain245 contributions
    We went to take pictures in the electric stairways in the entrance surrounded by mirrors. It´s a very Instagram picture and it was very cool to experience it. There are more people wanting to do the same but people just wait for the prior group to take their picture and it doesn´t take long.
    Written 10 May 2020
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  • richiel747
    Richmond, Canada328 contributions
    Good shopping mall but the best is that the Nintendo Store and the Pokemon store is on the 6th floor. There is a great rooftop terrace that gives you a pretty good view of Shibuya and there is a bar/cafe there as well. There are a lot of other great independent stores and a food court on the 7th floor.
    Written 12 August 2021
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  • Fimore H
    2 contributions
    Newly built building. Have a lots of expectations. The view from above is pretty cool. There seem to be quite a number of restaurants and cafes inside. The new trendy place in the Shibuya hub
    Written 15 November 2019
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  • Amanda C-M
    Gold Coast, Australia1,207 contributions
    Liked some of the original
    labels in this funky shopping centre. Had a great food court too, and open style market shops with interesting wares. Great place for a wander and a quieter place for lunch.
    Written 8 June 2019
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  • K T
    Toronto, Canada1,071 contributions
    Visited in January of 2020, and the experience was a very fun whirlwind! Very entertaining, and certainly a has a teenage mall feel, with a focus on affordable, fashionable women’s clothing. A very fun time, certainly recommended if you’re in the area, however personally I did not make a purchase.
    It’s a very fun experience!!
    Written 10 January 2020
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  • Rose D
    Makati, Philippines24 contributions
    Also i nice place to explore, many things to see inside, not just that, a helpful place, u can pass thru here i you want to go to excel hotel tokyu, so many things to eat, so many things to do...
    Written 26 April 2019
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  • BROs IN JAPAN
    Japan182 contributions
    MAGNET by Shibuya 109 is a department store right across the street from Shibuya's famous Starbucks. Inside you'll not only find urban and underground fashion but also a paradise for all One Piece fans: the Mugiwara Store!

    There is an escalator you could use to move between floors, but we'd recommend taking the stairs as each floor showcases amazing wall art.
    Written 2 May 2021
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  • Lauren
    Atlanta, GA139 contributions
    This mall type shopping area is part of the Ebisu train station. There are several floors of shops with designer or handmade items, including a nice bookstore and several restaurants.
    Written 3 August 2019
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