Shibuya Scramble Square is set to open on November 1, 2019. Located right above Shibuya Station, it is connected to Shibuya Stream and Hikarie as well as the station (including the Tokyo Metro and JR lines).
With over two hundred stores, this 230-m skyscraper will definitely be one of the most popular spots in Tokyo for months to come. Want to know what’s in store? Then read on!
The basement (B1F, B2F) and the 1st floor are dedicated to a range of eateries, from well-known and loved traditional Japanese establishments to patisseries and bakeries.
There are also some first-time stores here like Mori Yoshida Paris. And of course, plenty of limited goods related to Shibuya or Hachiko!
From the 2nd to the 9th floor, you can find international luxury brands as well as high-end Japanese ones. Givenchy, sacai, Saint Laurent, United Arrows, Tatras, Nike, Converse to name just a few.
Each floor is also dotted with a few cafes and eateries. We loved the packaging of the coffee packs at Maruyama Coffee. You can lounge in Tullys or enjoy a vegan snack at Truberrys.
The 6th floor is dedicated to beauty and you can find a whole range of cosmetics on one floor. From Shu Uemura to BOBBI BROWN, there is something for everyone. Duty free is also available, so why not shop here instead of the airport!
The 10th and 11th floors are for lifestyle goods. Tsuchiya Kaban, Tokyu Hands, Nakagawa Masashichi, Kiwa Products are some of the household names in Japan when it comes to lifestyle products.
On the 10th floor is also ocha room ashita ITOEN. The aim of this tea cafe is to bring about a change in the attitude towards traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It aims to connect the youngsters with this beautiful aspect of Japanese culture.
TSUTAYA BOOKSTORE is on the 11th floor with rental spaces starting for just 1500 yen. With city views, Wi-Fi, snacks and coffee, you can relax here after a long day of shopping around.
For those who want to enjoy a meal, the 12th and 13th floor has a range of Japanese choices but also international cuisine including Spanish, Chinese and even Middle Eastern cuisine.
The 14th floor is your gateway to the rooftop but it also has a few more lifestyle goods store like the GOOD DESIGN STORE TOKYO by NOHARA; Kyukyodo, known for its paper products; Hyozaemon, known for its chopsticks.
There is even an exhibition area called NHK PLUS-CROSS SHIBUYA.
Photo Credit: 渋谷スクランブルスクエア
For years, Shibuya did not have an observatory to take in the city; finally, you can enjoy the dazzling view of the city from the 45th floor and rooftop called SHIBUYA SKY. On clear days, you will get a view of Mt. Fuji in the west while Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree can be seen in the East. Of course, the Shibuya Scramble Crossing can also be seen.
The interiors of the facility are absolutely fascinating, so even if you don’t plan to shop or eat, just walk around and you will be inspired by all the thoughtful design elements!
Do check our other features on this new facility and what else you can do in the area!
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