253 results, sorted by most viewed

Sort
Items per page Include past events

Mark City

Shops  |  Sep 17 2009

Shibuya’s version of the multi-purpose mall is a relatively modest affair, housing a handful of ...

Parco

Shops  |  Sep 17 2009

This mid-range clothing store occupies buildings in Shibuya. Part 1 houses a theatre and an art ...

Don Cicco

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Friendly and casual, this mid-market trattoria specialises in the cucina and vini of Sicily. ...

Underground Mr Zoogunzoo

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

This cosy basement wine bar boasts a decor every bit as eccentric as its name. The cuisine is ...

Uogashi Nippon-ichi

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Sushi is the draw here, and it’s surprisingly good for the rock-bottom prices. There are ...

Sorano

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Presenting one of Japan’s most traditional foods with a modern twist, Soranoniwa specialises in ...

Beacon

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Another venture by David Chiddo (the man behind Cicada and TY Harbor), this one is described as ...

Negiya Heikichi

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

A welcome retreat from Shibuya’s brash Center-gai, Heikichi has a rustic, retro feel. The menu ...

Villa Giulia

Hotels  |  Sep 17 2009

From the outside, Villa Giulia looks rather like an Italian restaurant. Inside, it’s clean and ...

Bunkamura The Museum

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

One of the best museums in Tokyo is run by a department-store chain (it’s owned and operated by ...

Shoto Museum of Art

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

The Shoto’s rough stone exterior gives way to curved walls encircling a central fountain. It’s ...

Japan Folk Crafts Museum

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

This museum was founded by Soetsu Yanagi in 1936 and has a wide variety of mingei (folk crafts) ...

Excel Hotel Tokyu

Hotels  |  Sep 17 2009

Situated in the Mark City complex attached to Shibuya Station, the Excel is very popular with ...

Copyright © 2014 Time Out Tokyo