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"Shibuya", the trendsetting base station of information and culture. With 8 rail and subway lines connecting at its station,
a major highway and Metropolitan Expressway running through, the area's accessibility is one of the best in Tokyo.
The surrounding area of the hotel is interspersed with art and cultural facilities attracting artists in Japan and from abroad,
and much talked about shopping areas within walking distance.
Shibuya also features great accessibility to popular tourist and shopping areas, such as "Ginza", "Roppongi", "Aoyama", "Daikanyama", "Jiyugaoka", "Meguro", and "Kichijoji", all located just a single train or bus ride away.

Walking around Shibuya

- Come to know art and culture, and thoroughly enjoy shopping. Have a wonderful time with the hotel as your base -

"Shibuya" boasts excellent accessibility in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
The hotel is surrounded by art and cultural facilities attracting artists in Japan and from abroad, and popular shopping areas within walking distance.
It also offers easy direct access by train or bus to such areas as "Ginza", "Roppoingi", "Daikanyama", "Jiyugaoka" and "Kichijoji".

Shibuya Scramble Intersection

A "scramble intersection" differs from a normal pedestrian crossing. The flow of car traffic completely stops as pedestrians cross in all directions. The world's busiest scramble intersection can be seen in Shibuya, with 500,000 people crossing per day. At peak times, up to 3,000 people cross during one green light.
If you take a look, you can see almost every type of person imaginable, from people in eccentric fashions, students to business persons. Once you have taken in the view, why not take a photo as a souvenir? We recommend using a selfie-stick with the "scramble intersection" as the backdrop.
This is probably the place where you can take a picture together with the largest group of people in the world!

Shibuya Hikarie


In 2012, "Shibuya Hikarie" opened as a new symbol of "Shibuya", becoming a much talked about spot to visit. With the aim to be the "platform for creating and introducing new values", it's a multipurpose high-rise facility where art, fashion, and various genres of entertainment come together. Hikarie features include the shopping floor "ShinQs", for the trend-conscious woman, "TOKYU THEATRE Orb", Japan's largest musical hall, and also "dining6", "TABLE7," dining areas full of popular restaurants.

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku


Based on the concept of bringing shape to products that are available "only here, because it's here", OMOHARA (Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku) opened at the Jingumae intersection as Japan's center of fashion culture. Aspiring to be a "fashion theme park" to be enjoyed by each and every visitor, OMOHARA introduces not only the latest apparel and goods, but lifestyle trends as well. It offers a special space and time for customers to take home a refreshing experience to their lifestyles with every visit.

Meeting spots (Hachiko & Moyai statue)

待ち合わせスポット(ハチ公 & モヤイ像)

There are sites to see right in front of Shibuya Station as well, such as the popular meeting spots at Hachiko, the statue of the famous faithful dog, and Moyai statue. Shibuya Station itself is a famed location as the gateway to and from the city.

Tokyu Department Store Honten


Adjacent to Tokyu Group's multipurpose cultural facility Bunkamura, the HONTEN is Tokyu Department Store's flagship store, operating as a new integrated commercial facility of culture and department store. Showcasing high-quality items among the prestigious boutiques gathered on the 1st floor "Signature Avenue", and pursuing the best in hospitality through the shopping support service "Guest Solutions", the HONTEN answers to their customer's needs.

Tokyu Department Store Toyoko Store


Since opening in 1934, the Toyoko Store is proudly built upon its 80-year history as a station department store. The entire store is open for business until 9:00 p.m., making it a lively shopping location for customers on the way home from work. With its high sensitivity for refined tastes, the food-related theme park "Tokyu Food Show" originally sparked the "depachika" (department store basement floor) boom. Joined with "Tokyu Noren-gai", the shopping spot lined with high-quality food shops, the area is renowned as Shibuya's largest base of culinary delights.



Bunkamura was founded in 1989 as Japan's first large-scale, multipurpose cultural facility. The creative atmosphere is comprised by the "Orchard Hall", where various classical concerts, operas and ballet performances can be enjoyed under the choicest auditory environment, and unique cafes and shops. Attracting visitors since its opening, Bunkamura has continually been a popular spot in Shibuya.

Shibuya Mark City


This urban multiplex facility was built with the redevelopment of the Dogenzaka area of Shibuya. Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu also comprises the East building of Shibuya Mark City, contributing to its development. Enjoy an enriching day at the sophisticated shops and cafes.



Since its opening in 1979, the "SHIBUYA109" has been a landmark tower and symbolic presence of Shibuya. Acknowledged as the capital of young women's fashion, the proposal-type tenant mixture leading the latest trends is the basis for defining the landmark's uniqueness and rarity.

Tokyu Hands Shibuya Store


From kitchen and home décor goods, stationary, to DIY materials and kits, you can find almost any kind of lifestyle product at this specialty store. Original orders are also available, enabling customers to pursue their own individual lifestyle.

Daikanyama T-SITE

代官山 T-SITE

Focusing on cultural contents such as books, movies and music, T-SITE operates as a "lifestyle navigation commercial facility" to introduce enriching elements to lifestyles.
At its initial developmental stage, Daikanyama T-SITE conducted a survey among Daikanyama residents and those who work in the area, asking what kind of facility they wanted. The results began with a café as the most requested facility, followed by a bookstore, and so on. T-SITE took in most of the requests and integrated them all to establish a small town. Various shops are interspersed within the 13,223-square meter area full of greenery, which include the Daikanyama Tsutaya Books, a restaurant, a camera store, battery-powered assisted bicycle shop, pet services, and a toy store, all connected by pathways for a refreshing walk.

Omotesando Hills


Based on the key concepts of "traditional, genuine, high-quality", Omotesando Hills is the new face of Omotesando, the boulevard lined with approximately 100 shops and restaurants selected from Japan and abroad. The central building has a 6-level atrium surrounded by the "Spiral Slope" ramp, which spirals in a gradient roughly equal to that of Omotensando's incline. Shops and restaurants are lined along this slope like street-level facilities. There's also a parking area located in the fourth underground level with a capacity for approximately 180 vehicles.

Roppongi Hills


Divided into 5 different styles such as casual, trendy, luxurious, Roppongi Hills is a multipurpose facility. Various features include the Tokyo City View, a window-fitted observation deck for a 360-degree view, TOHO Cinemas Roppongi Hills, a cinema complex equipped with cutting edge audio facilities, and Mori Art Museum, centering on modern arts, where exhibitions are held for a wide range of genres.

Meiji Jingu


Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine dedicated to the divine souls of the Meiji Emperor and his consort, Empress Shoken. The area is comprised of the pure and solemn inner garden and the outer precinct, which includes many sports facilities. The evergreen Meiji Jingu forest is known as the home of the Japanese heart, and a popular location for relaxation.

Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park is the 4th largest city park within Tokyo's 23 districts. The park is separated by a road into 2 sections: A district is a forested area and in contrast, B district has an athletic field, outdoor stage and other facilities.
Once used as a military parade ground, the site became Washington Heights, the US army barracks after the war, then the Olympic Village for the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games, and eventually became the park it is today. The young saplings from the park's opening period have now completely grown, becoming part of a deep forest along with the adjoining Meiji Jingu trees.
In 1990, the park was reborn when water facilities comprised of 3 small to large fountains (15 - 30 meters in height) and water circuits were completed, blessing the park with further greenery and water.

Shibuya Bunka Project

Shibuya, a city where various ideas and sensations freely intermingle to continually create a new "culture". While providing information on "movies", "music", "theater", "art" and "events" centered in Shibuya, Shibuya Bunka Project is also a site which presents "Shibuya's cultural features & movements" through the activities and ideas of varied creators of the city's multicultural scene.

Cerulean Tower


The super high-rise tower was founded on the concept to be an "international exchange hub for 24-hour global communication of information and culture".

Nearby Attractions & Sights

Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel boasts excellent accessibility to all areas of Tokyo, including popular locations such as <Tokyo Midtown>, <Roppongi Hills>, and <Omotesando Hills>.


Nearby Attractions & Sights

Station Spot
Roppongi 12 minutes Ginza Line(Aoyama-itchome)⇒ Oedo Line Roppongi Hills
Tokyo Midtown
Suntory hall
Kamiyacho 16 minutes JR Yamanote Line(Ebisu)⇒ Hibiya Line Tokyo Tower
Omote-sando 2 minutes Hanzomon Line
Ginza Line
Omotesando Hills
Daikanyama 3 minutes Tokyu Toyoko Line --
Jiyugaoka 10 minutes Tokyu Toyoko Line --
Minatomirai 33 minutes Tokyu Toyoko Line --
Bashamichi 35 minutes Tokyu Toyoko Line Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
Motomachi-Chukagai 39 minutes Tokyu Toyoko Line Yokohama Chinatown
Shimbashi 13 minutes Ginza Line Shimbashi Enbujo
Hama Rikyu Garden
Caretta Shiodome
Ginza 15 minutes Ginza Line Hibiya Park
Tokyo 17 minutes Ginza Line(Akasaka-mitsuke)⇒ Marunouchi Line Tokyo Station
Marunouchi Building
Shin-Marunouchi Building
Marunouchi Oazo
Nihombashi 18 minutes Ginza Line Mitsukoshi Department Store
Takashimaya Department Store
COREDO Nihonbashi
Currency Museum
Ueno 27 minutes Ginza Line politan Art Museum
Ueno Zoological Gardens
Ueno Park
Shinobazu Pond
Korakuen 24 minutes Ginza Line(Tameike-sanno)⇒ Nanboku Line Tokyo Dome City
Koishikawa Korakuen Garden
Asakusa 33 minutes Ginza Line Kaminarimon Gate
Sensoji Temple
Sumida Park
Narihirabashi 39 minutes Ginza Line(Asakusa)⇒ Tobu Isezaki Line Tokyo Skytree
Ryogoku 28 minutes JR Yamanote Line(Yoyogi)⇒ JR Sobu Line Edo-Tokyo Museum
Ryogoku Kokugikan
Ningyocho 26 minutes Ginza Line(Shimbashi)⇒ Asakusa Line Amazake Yokocho
Meijiza Theater
Suitengumae 19 minutes Hanzomon Line Suitengu Shrine
Tokyo City Air Terminal(TCAT)
Kiyosumi-shirakawa 22 minutes Hanzomon Line Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
Kiyosumi Park
Kasai-rinkai-koen 41 minutes Hanzomon Line(Nagatacho)⇒ YurakuchoLine(Shin-kiba)⇒ Keiyo Line Kasai Rinkai Park
Maihama 35 minutes JR Saikyo Line(Shin-kiba)⇒ JR Musashino Line Tokyo Disney Resort
Odaiba-kaihin-koen 37 minutes Ginza Line(Shimbashi)⇒ Yurikamome Odaiba-kaihin Park
Rainbow Bridge
Aqua City Odaiba
Tokyo teleport 19 minutes JR Saikyo Line Fuji Television
Venus Fort