Let's go to Shibuya with your lover! 8 date spots in Shibuya

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Shibuya is a symbol of the metropolis of Tokyo, and is also the epicenter of Japanese youth culture. There are many tourist attractions, but in this article we will introduce eight places that are perfect for a date with your lover. Please use this as a reference for your Shibuya date.

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Photo by Haru Momooka<br>
Photo by Haru Momooka

"SHIBUYA SKY" is an observation deck located on the roof of "Shibuya Scramble Square", the tallest building in Shibuya. From 229 meters above ground, you can enjoy a 360-degree view of the metropolis of Shibuya, making it a popular date spot.

If you want to have a relaxing time when there are fewer people, we recommend the morning, and if you want a romantic date, we recommend the time when you can see the sunset and night view.

Enjoy a shopping date at Shibuya Scramble Square as well as a date at SHIBUYA SKY.

Shibuya Hikarie

"Shibuya Hikarie", which is directly connected to Shibuya Station, is a commercial facility with 34 floors above ground and 4 floors underground. Not only can you enjoy shopping for cosmetics, miscellaneous goods, fashion items, sweets, etc., but there are also plenty of restaurants and cafes, so you can spend an entire day here.

The observation space "Sky Lobby" on the 11th floor is also recommended. It is open from 7 a.m. to midnight, and admission is free. This is a place where you can look down on railway lines and the Shibuya Scramble Crossing. At dusk, you can enjoy a spectacular view of the city, including the beautiful colored sky and numerous skyscrapers.


Photo by Capture My Japan<br>
Photo by Capture My Japan

MIYASHITA PARK is a low-rise complex facility with a total length of approximately 330m that was just opened in July 2020. There are parks, hotels, shops, etc.

It is a place where you can have fun in a variety of ways, such as enjoying a shopping date at various shops such as fashion and miscellaneous goods, or relaxing with a cup of coffee on the lawn.

Shibuya Yokocho, a restaurant street, has storefronts decorated with noren and lanterns, giving you a feel of Japan from a long time ago. Drinking here with your lover will be a great memory of Japan.

shibuya stream

Photo by Keiko Kawanami<br>

Photo by Keiko Kawanami

Shibuya Stream, which has an impressive stylish exterior, is a facility that houses cafes, restaurants, hotels, offices, and more. Not only the exterior, but also the interior of the facility has a futuristic design.

It is directly accessible from the 3rd floor exit of Shibuya Scramble Square, where SHIBUYA SKY is located, so it is attractive that you can enjoy the two places at the same time.

There are many stylish restaurants with a nice atmosphere, making it perfect for a date night for adults who want to enjoy a relaxing meal.

Shibuya PARCO

Photo by Keiko Kawanami<br>

Photo by Keiko Kawanami

The flagship store of PARCO, a fashion building located all over Japan. It is no exaggeration to say that it opened its doors in 1973 and created Shibuya, the city of young people.

Since reopening in 2019, it has become a popular destination not only for young people but also for a wide range of generations, with shops selling popular Japanese fashion brands, high-end brand shops, and floors promoting Japanese manga, anime, and game culture. It is a facility that people can enjoy.

If you are interested in Japanese fashion trends, please enjoy a shopping date at Shibuya PARCO.

Cosmo Planetarium Shibuya

Did you know that there is a planetarium in Shibuya? That is Cosmo Planetarium Shibuya, located on the 12th floor of Shibuya Cultural Center Owada, which is about a 5-minute walk from the west exit of Shibuya Station.

Another reason for its popularity is that you can experience the planetarium for as little as 600 yen. There are several types of screenings, including screenings for adults where you can listen to explanations of the constellations by an interpreter, and Kids Time for children, where you can have fun watching the constellations.

Why not enjoy a date under the stars with your lover?

Shibuya Shoto Museum of Art

From the Shoto Museum of Art official website<br>

From the Shoto Museum of Art official website

The Shoto Museum is an art museum located in a residential area of ​​Shibuya. You can spend a relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of the big city of Shibuya.

The exhibits are worth seeing, and the building itself is highly designed, making it a perfect date spot for art lovers.

The museum is often closed during exhibition changes, so be sure to check the official website before visiting.

Yoyogi park

Photo by Miho Okuma<br>
Photo by Miho Okuma

Yoyogi Park is located in the middle of the city, close to the station, but it is a place where you can have a date while feeling nature. We especially recommend the spring cherry blossom season and the fall foliage season, as you can have a date surrounded by beautiful scenery.

In addition to being an easily accessible location, the grounds are quite large, making it perfect for a leisurely stroll or picnic date.

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