Tokyo’s second city-centre Ikea is near Shibuya Crossing, in the building that formerly housed the Forever 21 Tokyo flagship store. This new Ikea is an extension of the Swedish brand’s new city concept, which debuted in June this year with the opening of the Harajuku store. This Shibuya store, however, is much bigger, occupying six floors of retail space. The seventh floor is reserved for a restaurant serving sustainable food, but that won't open until spring next year.
Don't worry, you wont go hungry while shopping at Ikea Shibuya. There's a bistro on the first floor specialising in plant-based hot dogs. There are ten different options available starting at just ¥80, six of which are fully vegetarian. Plus, you can get a set with chips and a drink from ¥220.