Welcome to Japan and Shibuya!
Shibuya-san is a tourist information centre located on the ground floor of the Shibuya Fukuras building, right where buses from Narita and Haneda airports arrive in Shibuya. As the very first sliver of Tokyo that travellers experience upon arrival, Shibuya deserves more than just your average tourist center – it needs a hub that provides information you can’t find online. Shibuya-san is that and more: it also functions as a gallery during the day and as a bar at night, inviting locals and visitors to interact in a laid-back setting. It’s where you can learn things that only Tokyoites know and meet people who open up new opportunities. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, Shibuya-san, on the ground floor of Shibuya Fukuras, is always worth the detour.
Multinational staff introduce you to their Shibuya
The concierges at Shibuya-san represent several different nationalities and viewpoints. Each guide has their own take on what makes Shibuya great, and can suggest activities unique to the neighbourhood according to genre. These local experts provide you with information that simply isn’t available online, inviting you to experience Shibuya in an all-new way – no matter whether you live in the area or have only just arrived.
Where locals meet newcomers from around the world
Shibuya-san also functions as a gallery during the day, focusing on cutting-edge Japanese culture, and turns into a bar at night. Aiming to provide a space where locals and travelers from around the world can interact, the centre puts on a variety of seasonal events, allowing even short-term visitors to look beneath the surface of Japan’s fascinating and intricate culture. Expect interaction and plenty of new experiences.