Opened on November 1, 2019, Shibuya Scramble Square is a 230-meter-high skyscraper that forms part of the Shibuya skyline. There are numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options there.
At 47 floors, Shibuya Scramble Square is the tallest building in the Shibuya area. It is a large complex with an observation deck, offices and numerous shops. It is considered a new landmark across from the world famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing.
A highlight is the Shibuya Sky building, which offers a fabulous 360-degree view of Tokyo and interactive exhibitions where visitors can experience the pulse of the city with all five senses.
Shibuya Sky is the crown of Shibuya Scramble Square and it’s not hard to see why this is going to be the new go-to for Tokyo skyline viewpoints. Buy your tickets on the 14th floor and then get ready to visit the observation decks covering the 45th, 46th, and 47th rooftop floors. The panorama of Shibuya and surrounding areas is certain to be breathtaking. Visit during the daytime and nighttime to get two completely different takes on the skyline.Discover Shibuya Sky
Shops from the 2nd to the 14th floor are going to eat up your time and possibly your pocket money. But who doesn’t love a little retail therapy? With 212 urban commercial facilities, there’s sure to be something for everyone. There will be over 40 stores completely new to the world or to Tokyo, so you won’t want to miss this amazing opportunity to shop!
Restaurants and food are a staple of any trip to the mall. And with Shibuya Scramble Square being one of the largest shopping facilities in Japan, you will definitely get hungry along the way. Be sure to fill your stomach at the many food stalls in the basement floors, or head upstairs to the 12th and 13th floors to experience the Foodies Scramble. What sort of flavors will be waiting?
The Urban Core will be a vertical elevator that connects all three buildings. This innovative elevator will be located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of each of the three Shibuya Scramble Square wings, but unfortunately, it won’t be complete and ready to ride until 2028. It’s something to definitely look forward to!
Easily accessible from the East Exit of JR Shibuya Station.
Shibuya Crossing becomes the biggest party in Tokyo for this one-night countdown.
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