101 things to do Shibuya
Time Out Tokyo

101 Things To Do in Shibuya guide map – 13th edition out now

Discover the best of Shibuya with our guide map: top restaurants, shops, attractions and things to do

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Time Out Tokyo Editors

Released in April 2020, Time Out Tokyo's '101 Things To Do in Shibuya' guide map, now in its 13th edition, features all the best attractions in the vibrant neighbourhood, along with places to eat, shop and party.

To give you a preview of what's in the map, here are some of the recommendations featured in the handy guide.


This cosy restaurant and bar feels like an underground hideout, and you'll be wise to seek it out for its selection of healthy eats and quality cocktails. Sta is currently closed until May 31 due to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak. However, you can purchase tickets for a lunch meal (¥1,400) or dinner course (¥5,000), which you can redeem when Sta reopens. Otherwise, order Sta's frozen curry roux (from ¥1,900) for delivery.  

Aya Agaoka

Stylish, comfy and durable, the made-in-Japan socks by local designer Aya Agaoka makes an ideal present. In addition to the unique and colourful designs, each sock is produced at the company's factory in Nara, the heart of Japanese sock-making. The shop may be closed for now, but you can still purchase a pair or two through the official website.

Miyashita Park

A scruffy, inner-city hangout turned urban oasis, Miyashita Park now occupies the rooftop of a three-storey, 330m-long shopping centre. The park's former skatepark and climbing wall have both been upgraded, too. The opening date is still TBC. 

Get a copy of this guide map at major hotels and tourist information centers within Tokyo. Or download for free below.

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