Shibuya Area Map

To get here the fastest/cheapest way by train, enter your starting location into the

Train Finder

or download a free Japan Travel mobile app to your phone (I use Navitime Japan Travel)


How to get there:

•Get off at the Shibuya Station (Yamanote JR train line, or the Ginza, Hanzomon, or Inokashira subway lines)

•Go out the Hachiko exit

You will be facing an intersection where five streets come together. Standing on the curb looking at the 2nd floor Starbucks across the street, here is what is on each of the streets fanning out in front of you:

HARD RIGHT (the street that borders the plaza and goes under the train tracks)

Miyashita Park: From the Hachiko exit of Shibuya Station, cross the street that goes under the train tracks to your right and duck left into the first narrow alley you reach after you come out from under the tracks. It will dead-end at some stairs going up to your right. Go up the stairs and you’re at the park. If you want to skate or climb, buy a ticket at the clubhouse, located in the middle of the park.

RIGHT (the street that borders the right side of the Starbucks building)

Seibu 1 &2 (left)

Men’s 109 (right)  and the Hoshino Cafe, where you can get super fluffmonster pancakes, is on the 2nd floor. 🔎 Google map

McDonald’s (left)

Tower Records & Books (right)

If you turn left at the first corner after Seibu 1 and keep right at the fork:

Loft (right) 🔎 Google map

Mandarake manga (comic book) & anime store (left)

•Traditional Japanese souvenir store (right)

Tokyu Hands (right) 🔎 Google map

Butler Cafe (KK Building, 5th floor, 11-6 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya) 🔎 Google map

Tuesday – Friday:

Cafe Time from 12:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Bar Time from 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.


12:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. (Bar Time starts at 6:00 p.m.)

Parco department store 🔎 Google map

CENTER (the street that borders the left side of the Starbucks building)

•Shoe & fashion boutiques

•Small inexpensive eateries

LEFT (the street that goes to the 109 building)

•109 🔎 Google map

•Don Kihote 🔎 Google map

•Tokyu Bunkamura Department Store 🔎 Google map

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