For fans of the manga series Cardcaptor Sakura, a collaboration cafe event is taking place at Shibuya Parco from November 13th until..
The new Shibuya PARCO is a shopping center in Tokyo's Shibuya district and belongs to the PARCO chain of the same name. The original Shibuya PARCO has existed since 1973, but was rebuilt in 2019 to meet the growing demands of Shibuya visitors.
The concept of the new shopping center is based on five themes: fashion, art & culture, entertainment, food and technology. All aspects should be present on every floor, so that the around 190 different shops merge into a unique shopping experience.
The architectural design of the department store, with its variously sized components and the construction, which is partly reminiscent of a spiral staircase, is intended to be reminiscent of the elevations and streets of Shibuya itself. In addition, due to its efficient CHP system, the building was chosen as a pilot project for sustainable and energy-saving building construction.
This premium comfort theater boasts seating for 636 people. Look out for new performances almost every month, theater shows, traditional Japanese theater, rakugo comedians, musicians, artists, and more will be on stage to perform live for you.
The first official Nintendo store in Japan is located on the 6th floor of Shibuya Parco. With exclusive merchandise for hardcore Nintendo fans, game previews, and even demo gaming experiences, this is one stop that you won’t want to miss.Discover Nintendo Tokyo
Shibuya’s first and only Pokemon store with Shibuya-exclusive merchandise. Be on the lookout for the lifesize Mewtwo sleeping in his creation chamber tank and be sure not to wake this legendary Pokemon as you wander past and into the store.Discover Pokemon Center Shibuya
A 5-minute walk from Shibuya Station’s Hachiko Exit.
Nintendo's first-ever Tokyo flag shop is coming to Shibuya PARCO!
Shibuya Parco just opened on November of 2019. The current exhibition at the new Parco Museum is a tribute to Katsuhiro Otomo's..
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Shibuya Loft, the largest Loft in Tokyo is a 7 floor store and a common place to shop for gifts. The store is tax free and visitors who show their foreign..
Shibuya Tower records is an iconic landmark in Shibuya located a three minute wak from Shibuya Station.
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