The route introduced here is centered around Shibuya, which is a popular trend-setting area, with stops in the neighboring Meguro, Ebisu, and Daikanyama neighborhoods. Visitors can experience art, culture, and nature in the areas around the Meguro and Ebisu stations. In Shibuya, a popular destination for young people and foreign tourists, visitors can enjoy sports and stunning nighttime views. Also, Daikanyama, a well-known fashion spot, offers visitors a chance to experience the latest Tokyo culture. Please fully enjoy this area, which is crammed packed with the charms of Tokyo.
Start from Meguro Station (JR, subway, Tokyu Meguro Line) ➡ 7-min walk ➡ Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum ➡ Travel from JR Meguro Station to Ebisu Station. 5-min walk from Ebisu Station East Exit ➡ Yebisu Garden Place ➡ Travel from JR Ebisu Station to Shibuya Station. 3-min walk from Shibuya Station ➡ MIYASHITA PARK ➡ 5-min walk ➡ SHIBUYA SKY ➡ Travel from Tokyu Toyoko Line Shibuya Station to Daikanyama Station. 5-min walk ➡ DAIKANYAMA T-SITE.
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
Constructed in 1933, the former residence of Prince Asaka is now open to the public as the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum. The main building, with its interior created by prominent French Art Deco designers such as Henri Rapin and René Lalique, was officially designated an “Important Cultural Property” by the Japanese government. Visitors can enjoy the works of art placed among interior decorations, which retain the atmosphere of the time when the building was constructed. The museum allows visitors to enjoy fine art, architecture, and gardens from a variety of perspectives, including strolls through the lush gardens.
Address: 5-21-9 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Yebisu Garden Place
Yebisu Garden Place is the pride of Ebisu, known as a fashionable and sophisticated area. The former site of the Sapporo Beer brewery has been transformed into a lush green oasis with various facilities including a hotel, office buildings, fine restaurants, and the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum. The Center Plaza, located in the middle of the complex, is the site for various events providing visitors with unique and fulfilling experiences. Examples include open-air cinema and yoga in the summer and illuminations around the Baccarat chandelier during the holiday season.
Address: 4-20 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
MIYASHITA PARK is a popular attraction in Shibuya that combines a park, commercial facilities, and a hotel. MIYASHITA PARK, which disseminates the latest culture, has a wide variety of restaurants and stores that are new to Japan, along with izakaya (Japanese-style pubs) and clubs where people can hang out all night. One particular highlight is the park located on the facility’s rooftop. Skateboarding, bouldering, beach volleyball, and other sports can be enjoyed in this rooftop open space. Soak in the charm of Shibuya at one of the hottest spots in the city.
Address: 6-20-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
SHIBUYA SKY, located in Shibuya Scramble Square, is an open-air space about 230 meters above Shibuya that offers some of the best panoramic views in Tokyo, including views of Shibuya’s famed Scramble Crossing and Mount Fuji. This spot is popular as visitors can experience a sense of freedom and floating as if they were one with the sky, along with storytelling that utilizes the latest digital technologies. In the lounge, music and drinks can be enjoyed along with the stunning views. The observation facilities offer exhilarating views in the daytime, as well as dramatic sunsets and nighttime views.
Address: 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Daikanyama is known as an understated streetscape lined with fashionable shops. DAIKANYAMA T-SITE is a lifestyle-oriented commercial facility. It faces Kyu-Yamate-dori, the main street in the area. The main attraction is the Tsutaya bookstore, which offers books, videos, music, and other content to enrich people’s lives. The surrounding area is dotted with cafés, restaurants, electric bicycle stores, and other specialty shops that focus on products, services, and interior design, all connected by a promenade. Enjoy a walk and participate in the various events held on the facility’s grounds.
Address: 16-15 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo