Shopping and office complex that opened in November 2019 and now dominates the Shibuya skyline (at 230 meters it is the highest skyscraper in the area). The 45th and 46th floor of the building are reserved for Shibuya Sky, an open-top observation deck with glass walls that offers a 360 degree view of the surrounding city.

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Location
Shibuya Scramble Square, 2 Chome-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0002
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Shibuya Sky: ¥1,800 if booked in advance online; ¥2,000 same day. Discounts available for students and children.
Shops 10:00-21:00 / Restaurants 11:00-24:00 / Shibuya Sky 9:00–23:00 (final admission is at 22:00)
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