Shibuya's most atmospheric little alley is typical Tokyo bricolage with a Mediterranean flavour: a mismatch of architecture styles,...
Shibuya's main drag is closed to cars and choc-a-block with fast-food joints and high-street fashion shops. At night, lit bright as day,...
Purikura no Mecca
It's easy to see why teens get sucked into the cult of purikura ('print club', aka photo booths): the digitally enhanced photos...
Tokyo's newest, big-hitting music venue used to be an art-house cinema. It still has the tiered floor (though the seats are gone) so...
A fantastic French bakery (it apparently imports the flour from the motherland), Viron serves up sandwiches and quiches to take away.
15-1 Udagawa-chō · interesting places nearby
Not your typical fussy department store, Parco customers are more likely to be art-school students than ladies who lunch. Lots of Japanese fashion designers have shops here.