We were pretty chuffed with our first 101 things to do in Shibuya guide, which condensed the most mind-boggling of Tokyo neighbourhoods into a pocket-sized pamphlet, complete with map. Judging from the feedback we've had since then, it seems that you lot liked it even more than we did – which is why we've gone and made another one. Keep your eyes peeled for the updated 2nd edition of the guide, featuring all your favourite Shibuya spots, plus a few new faces. Now available at Time Out Café & Diner, Haneda Airport, Khaosan Tokyo guesthouses and venues throughout the Shibuya area – oh, and you can check out the online version right here.
Until October 31, you can also pick up the guide at the old-school green train carriage opposite Hachiko, which has been transformed into an information centre for overseas tourists. There'll be English-speaking volunteer staff on hand from 1-4pm daily, and copies of both 101 things to do in Shibuya and its pink-hued cousin, 50 things to do in Harajuku. (Note: closed on Oct 26-28 and rainy days.)