Shibuya is one of the centers of Tokyo’s youth culture and a major transport hub.
Shibuya is one of the centers of Tokyo’s youth culture and a major transport hub. Whatever you’re looking to do—shop, dine, drink, or party—you can do it in Shibuya. When it comes to sports, one of Shibuya’s main draws is the Yoyogi National Gymnasium, which was the location for swimming, diving, and basketball during the 1964 Summer Olympics. It is currently used for ice hockey, futsal, and basketball competitions. Shibuya is also home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.
Access from Narita Airport to Shibuya Station
・Keisei Skyliner to Nippori Station; Change to the Yamanote Line and go to Shibuya Station (about 1h 15min.)
Access from Haneda Airport to Shibuya Station
・Keikyu Airport Express to Shinagawa Station; Change to the Yamanote Line and go to Shibuya Station (about 45 min.)
・Airport Limousine Bus to Shibuya Station(about 1h 20min.)
Things To Do
Nature & Park
Shibuya - Nature & Park
Not only does the newly opened Miyashita Park boast a variety of eateries and shops, it also houses a vast rooftop park where visitors can enjoy outdoor activities. Along with the green lawns there is a skate park, a multi-purpose sports facility, and a bouldering wall—perfect for a day with the family.
Shibuya - History
Old Asakura House
Erected in 1919, for Torajiro Asakura - then the Chairman of Tokyo’s Prefectural Assembly - Old Asakura House stands as an idyllic slice of history remarkably preserved within Shibuya's modernity. Walk, in stockinged feet, through historic drawing and conference rooms, once only enjoyed by elite guests. Spring and autumn provide stunning views of the Japanese garden caressing the cliff line of the premises.
Shibuya - Experience
Increasingly popular in the past twenty years, bouldering offers immeasurable excitement for groups of all sizes, ages, and tastes. With six locations in Greater Tokyo, NOBOROCK's colorful climbing walls provide hours of exhilerating healthy challenges, in a safety-minded environment.