Shibuya Stream is a modern dining, retail and commercial complex that opened in 2018, right beside Shibuya Station. The complex takes its name from the small Shibuya River than runs parallel to Shibuya Stream and flows south towards Ebisu. The building occupies the footprint left behind by the former Toyoko Line, which moved underground to connect to Tokyo Metro's Fukutoshin Line.
Just one part of a larger Shibuya redevelopment project alongside Shibuya Scramble Square, Shibuya Fukuras and Shibuya Hikarie, Shibuya Stream offers a range of facilities including restaurants and cafes, a hotel, event hall, and office space.
Find 32 restaurants, bars and cafés competing for your attention, offering a full range of cuisine. From Western (Great Burger Stand), to ramen (Izobaschi Miso Ramen) to other Japanese favourites (Teppan Kitchen, Kushitei, Sushi Tokyo Ten), expect to find something to satiate all palettes.Discover more
Experience open-air cafes and al fresco dining, an event space for monthly markets and festivals and pop-up shops along the Shibuya River - which runs beside the outside of Shibuya Stream and lends its name to the complex.Discover more
Enjoy a comfortable stay in the heart of Shibuya thanks to modern, superior functionality combined with a creative atmosphere.Discover more
Two min walk from Shibuya Station.
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