A landmark located at the east entrance of Shibuya Station. A tall multi-use facility with 34 stories aboveground and four below.
A tall multi-use facility with 34 stories aboveground and four below. The location is fantastic as it is connected to Shibuya Station, a major railway station where numerous lines converge. The 3rd to 5th floors is ShinQs, a shopping area with about 200 elegant shops. ShinQs is the first Shibuya location for more than 70 percent of the stores there. The 6th and 7th floors are among the largest restaurant floors in Shibuya, with 26 cafés and restaurants. It is popular as a place where you can enjoy not just Japanese food such as ramen, sushi and tonkatsu (breaded deep-fried pork cutlet), but also a variety of food from around the world. On the 8th to 16th floors, there is a movie theater, a musical theater, a large event hall and art museums and galleries. It is directly connected to the no. 15 exit of Shibuya Station on the Tokyu Toyoko and Denentoshi lines and the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon and Fukutoshin lines. It is also connected to Ginza Station on JR, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Keio Inokashira Line through a 2nd floor passageway.