101 things to do in Shibuya

Pick up the 2nd edition of our guide to Tokyo’s most famous ’hood

101 things to do in Shibuya

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.)

By Time Out writers
Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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