In the early 1920s, a professor who lived near Shibuya Station kept Hachikō, a small akita dog, who came to the station every day to...
Adjacent to Hachikō Plaza is arguably one of the coolest intersections you will ever see in your life. Made famous in the West following...
Love Hotel Hill
Rubuho (‘love hotels’: places specifically for amorous encounters) aren’t just for the sleazy. Sky-high residential rents means many...
This lovely, airy venue in the Cerulean Tower Tōkyū Hotel books consistently solid acts from Tokyo and abroad. The space seats just over...
A line in front of a restaurant usually means one of two things: it’s recently been on TV or it has a solid reputation for being good...
26-1 Sakuragaokachō · interesting places nearby
Few restaurants in Tokyo can claim more-stunning views than the highly praised Coucagno, which occupies the 40th floor of the Cerulean Tower, one of the most dramatic buildings in both Shibuya and Tokyo. From such lofty heights, the Shibuya street scene looks as if it’s populated by tiny ants, though attention quickly shifts to the food once the chef gets going. As you’d expect, everything from the delicate sauces drizzled across your roast duck to the perfect crust atop your crème brûlée is indeed a class act.