One of Neo Shibuya’s newest buildings, Shibuya Scramble Square is open, together with Shibuya Sky, their roof deck!
Shibuya Scramble Square has opened, and boy is it packed! Their roof deck, Shibuya Sky, is also open now, and it gives you a view of the city from high above. The new complex houses 213 restaurants and shops, and you can see all of them on their site. For those curious, you can also view their floor guide.
The city of Shibuya is getting an overhaul with the openings and renewals of several major buildings, including this one. Others include Shibuya Parco (which houses the new Nintendo Store Tokyo) on 11/22.
Shibuya Scramble Square
We checked out the new building — it has 14 floors, which is quite a feat! You’ll receive a floor guide when you walk in.
Inside, we found many, many stores, and really nice ones too. The first floor functions as a sort of omiyage floor, selling a lot of gifts and snacks. Upstairs, you’ll find clothing, home goods, and more.
High atop the building sits the Shibuya Sky roof deck, where you can see the sunset if you come at the right hour. You’ll get a great view of the famous Shibuya Scramble Crossing, together with the rest of Tokyo.
To get to the entrance, go up to the 14th floor using one of the elevators. If you choose to, you can also go on escalators all the way up, while checking out the cool stores on other floors.
Getting Tickets to Shibuya Sky
You’ll need to buy tickets to get in, and they’re already on sale online for the coming month! Ticket Prices are as follows.
Adult: 1,800 yen
High/middle school student: 1,400 yen
Elementary school student: 900 yen
Kids 3-5 years old: 500 yen
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