Yoyogi Village


Shops, Restaurants & Cafés


Overseen by Takeshi Kobayashi, a musician and record industry heavyweight best known as producer of rock band Mr. Children, this ambitious complex aims to provide a more eco-conscious alternative to the average Tokyo mall. Yoyogi Village includes an organic Italian restaurant, Code Kurkku, and a music bar where the selection is overseen by Kobayashi and hip DJ/producer Shinichi Osawa. You'll also find a good coffee shop, Roots & Beat Coffee, alongside a travel agency, art gallery and Urban Research fashion store specialising in 'pre-organic' cotton clothing.



1-28-9 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku

Transport Yoyogi Station (Yamanote, Sobu, Oedo lines)


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