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Our newest Shibuya guide is out in four languages

Our newest Shibuya guide is out in four languages

Spread the word – our revamped 64 things to do in Shibuya along the Tokyu lines guide is out now in four languages – English, Korean, simplified and traditional Chinese. 

While mainly concentrating on Shibuya and Daikanyama, we also venture into Ikejiri, Togoshi Ginza, Futako-Tamagawa – which you can visit from Shibuya on the Denentoshi line – and Jiyugaoka on the Toyoko line. From the iconic scramble crossing and Hachiko Square to Dogenzaka’s septuagenarian curry shop Murugi and fashionable boutiques like Fake Tokyo and Laila Tokio, the guide is packed with everything from the obvious to the truly obscure.

The guide also includes all the deets on how to purchase a one-day ticket for unlimited rides on the Tokyu line – your train of choice for venturing outside Shibuya's hustle and bustle. Visit Jiyugaoka and settle in for a tasty wagyu beef burger at Bareburger, or grab an authentic French pastry on the go from Rituel par Christophe Vasseur. A few stations away are Futako-Tamagawa, where you can find one-of-a-kind handmade goods at DIY Factory, and Todoroki, where you can busk out in the sun at Todoroki Valley.

Grab the free map at a tourist information centre or any major train station in the Shibuya area and get ready for an adventure along the Tokyu lines. 

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