This is a street with nearly 30 stores, including restaurants, cafes, clothing stores, and sundry shops.
Spainzaka or the Spanish Slope is a street that runs from the back of the Shibuya PARCO Part I building to Inogashira Street. It is just short of 100 meters in length. The street was given its name in 1975 by Yasuo Uchida, the owner of the Café Arabica, who was asked by PARCO to name the street. Uchida was so fascinated by the Spanish scenery he saw in photographs that it motivated him to decorate his own café with Spanish-style interiors. He did not hesitate at all when naming the street. After the street had been named, the residents of the area all cooperated to remodel the buildings into a Southern-European style. More than 30 stores, including restaurants, cafes, clothing shops, and sundry shops, line the street. The TOKYO FM Spainzaka Studio is located in PARCO Part I. The studio hosts live broadcasts on weekday evenings and Saturday afternoons. A swarm of fans can be seen standing outside whenever a celebrity guest star pays a visit to the studio. It is a five-minute walk from the Hachiko Exit of the JR Shibuya Station.