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What you should know about Shibuya
Hotels in Shibuya
For such a busy Tokyo neighborhood, hotels in Shibuya offer a limited choice of accommodation mainly catering to mid-budget to upscale hotels. A popular 3-star Shibuya hotel is the Shibuya Creston Hotel, reasonably priced in a central location, slightly tucked away from the hustle and bustle, with comfortable, clean rooms that offer great value for money. For an upscale Shibuya hotel try the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel where you’ll find well-appointed rooms and suites, an on-site restaurant and a roof-top bar that offers spectacular views, all right in the heart of this district’s action.
Things to see in Shibuya
Neighborhoods don’t come much more diverse than Shibuya which totally embraces the eclectic, cool, and offbeat side of Tokyo. Shibuya is the hub of Tokyo’s street fashion culture where anything goes and Shibuya gals sport avant-garde and outlandish outfits unique to this part of the world—it’s the perfect spot for people watching! Tokyo’s answer to Time Square can be found at the Shibuya Pedestrian Crossing, be prepared for controlled chaos and an exciting mix of bright lights, neon signs, and lively crowds. This is the Tokyo we see on the big screen, with buildings lit up with huge advertising boards and streets lined with wide-ranging boutiques, shop, clubs, and bars. A little serenity can be found at the Meiji Jingu, a traditional Japanese shrine honoring the Great Emperor Meiji. Housed in quiet gardens, visitors will get a true sense of the Japanese cultural heritage that still has a strong presence in today’s society.
Good for young travelers
Shibuya is perfect for younger travelers who want to get a true feeling of the quirkier side of Tokyo and immerse themselves in its frenetic energy and dazzling bright neon lights and see the unique fashions of its unusually styled younger generation first-hand. Shopping sprees in this district won’t break the budget and night-times will be filled with eating, drinking, and dancing in some of Tokyo’s hippest bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. A Shibuya vacation is ideal for young travelers wanting to be in the mix of Tokyo’s offbeat and unique offerings.
How to get to Shibuya
Situated only 50 miles from Narita International Airport, traveling to Shibuya is relatively easy. The Narita Express runs from Terminal 2 at Narita Airport to Shibuya, with trains running every 2 hours and journey times taking approximately 80 minutes. Alternate routes include the Keisei Skyliner which involves two transfers. Pick up the train from Terminal 2 at Narita Airport, travel to Nippori and change on to the Yamanote line heading to Osaki, jumping off at the Shibuya stop. Expect the journey to take approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes.
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