Shibuya Scramble Square

230-meter high shopping and office complex with an open-roof viewing deck on its top floor.

Rayard Miyashita Park Shopping Mall

As park of Shibuya’s redevelopment, Miyashita Park re-opened as a shopping/entertainment complex in 2020. The park above has been redesigned and below it sits 3-floors of shops, boutiques, and restaurants.

Shibuya LALL Japanese Language School

A Japanese Language School in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. LALL school teaches you the Japanese way of studying, politeness…

Kagoshima Shochu & Music Festival

A chance to try the different varieties of shochu from Kagoshima. “Taster wristbands” costs ¥3,000 and get you…

Omotesando Hills

Upmarket shopping mall with a walkway that spirals up six floors of fashion stores and restaurants.

Oriental Bazaar

The souvenir store on the boulevard was originally an antique store but moved to Omotesando Dori in 1951 to target the U.S. army personnel in the area (it is modeled after a shrine and stocks “Japanesey” items).

Tokunoshima Fair

Fair to promote tourism in Tokunoshima and Amami-Oshima—two islands lying about 100km northeast of Okinawa. Stalls will be…

Oedo Antique Market at Yoyogi

Every so often Oedo Antique Market is held in Keyaki Street near the events area Yoyogi Park instead…

Daikanyama Hillside Terrace

One of Daikanyama’s most well known residents is home to shops, restaurants, and art exhibitions. It is spread…

Daikanyama T-Site

Opened in December 2011, T-Site aims to be the next trendsetter in Daikanyama. Designed by Tsutaya, the book…

Ebisu Yokocho

Opened in 2008, this indoor alley of twenty restaurants and bars might not have the authentic appeal of other yokocho in the capital, but it is nevertheless a fun and friendly place with a very lively atmosphere.

Yebisu Garden Place

A modern commercial zone with shopping, museums, and restaurants. The Michelin 3-star Chateau Restaurant Taillvent-Robuchon sits at the other end of Yebisu Garden Place when you come out from the walkway.