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Best things to do in Shibuya City

Sanat Müzesi
“Tokyo Toy Museum is operated by the Non-Profit Organization (NPO) Japan Good Toy Association. The facilities are the remains of the old Yotsuya Daiyon elementary school building, which was built in 1935.”
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Sanat Müzesi
“Nezu Art Museum: Private collection of Japanese and Asian premodern art. The building was designed by Kengo Kuma. Recommended to stroll the Japanese garden.”
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Gece Kulübü
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“Womb is an iconic nightlub in Tokyo. Especially famous for it`s cool laser shows.”
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Rock Kulübü
“Shibuya (渋谷) is one of the twenty-three city wards of Tokyo, but often refers to just the popular shopping and entertainment area found around Shibuya Station. In this regard, Shibuya is one of Tokyo's most colorful and busy districts, packed with shopping, dining and nightclubs serving swarms of visitors that come to the district everyday. Shibuya is a center for youth fashion and culture, and its streets are the birthplace to many of Japan's fashion and entertainment trends. Over a dozen major department store branches can be found around the area catering to all types of shoppers. Most of the area's large department and fashion stores belong to either Tokyu or Seibu, two competing corporations. A prominent landmark of Shibuya is the large intersection in front of the station's Hachiko Exit. The intersection is heavily decorated by neon advertisements and giant video screens and gets flooded by pedestrians each time the crossing light turns green, making it a popular photo and movie filming spot. Shibuya Station and surroundings are undergoing major redevelopment over the coming years. On the east side of the station, a new large culture, shopping and office complex, the Shibuya Hikarie, opened in spring 2012. A year later, the Tokyu Toyoko Line platforms were moved underground, enabling through-traffic with the Fukutoshin Subway Line. Furthermore, a major redevelopment of the Shibuya Station building is now underway, including the construction of a new, 230 meter tall skyscraper with an open-air observation deck to be opened on November 1, 2019 and the move of the platforms of the JR Saikyo Line next to the platforms of the JR Yamanote Line. In addition, the pedestrian plaza on the west side of the station will be enlarged and made more pedestrian friendly in combination with a rearrangement of the bus and taxi stops. The entire project is scheduled for completion around 2027.”
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Sake Bar
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“Great for families, wide range of Japanese cuisines like Yakitori and sushi. One of the scenes where "Kill Bill: The Movie" was filmed. ”
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Museum
“commemorates the original brewery, displays exhibits about the history and science of beer brewing in Japan and the world.”
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Museum
“Touken-museum is Japanese sword museam. Samurai swords,Ninja swords and any other artistic swords. 10:00-16:30 (Last Entry 16:00) Under800yen so far. Closed Monday.”
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Bar
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“Great little bar with a great selection of music on vinyl. Good vibe and crowd. Great and unique place to grab a drink and chill with friends. Friendly staff who know how to make drinks!”
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Gece Kulübü
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“Very popular club, dancing and drinking and open until 6 am. I have only been there 2 times, I don't like loud places but you might.”
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Amerikan Restoranı
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“View, cocktail and jazz... Park Hyatt Tokyo 52nd floor. No reservation drinks around 1500yen plus music charge around 2500yen”
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Tiyatro
“Historic Japanese traditional arts theater. Noh is a classic stage drama based on historical myths and stories.”
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Sanat Müzesi
“Dating from the early Showa period in the 1920s, this Japanese building shows signs of influence from Western architecture. Inside, the spacious exhibition hall seems to stretch on endlessly, whetting one’s appetite for its treasures. The displays have a distinctive Showa flavor—a glimpse into an interesting era of Japan’s development. Right after opening or before closing, there are fewer people, so you can have a relaxing tour. At those times, it’s quiet enough to hear the wooden floor creak under your feet, which adds to the retro ambience.”
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Museum
“To start with, get yourself to Yotsuya Sanchome Station, head out of Exit 2 and walk into the Yotsuya Fire Museum, which is free of charge. You just have to pick up a visitor pass at the reception and return it at the end. We recommend taking the elevator to the top and then working your way down. For a free museum, this place is pretty great. The main attraction is a helicopter on the roof, which you can SIT IN! The place is a lot of fun for adults kids, as there are interactive exhibits—things you can pick up, buttons you can press, that sort of stuff. There’s also an anime corner where you can watch several cartoons that have something to do with fire safety, but are actually a lot better”
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Sanat Müzesi
“The Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum, in Minami Aoyama, is the original home and studio of the famed artist of the same name, and the darling of Japan's New Ageists. Visitors can see Okamoto's studios and a garden of sculpture featuring his very distinctive creations. (See photo of sculpture below.) Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum is accessible from the Aoyama 5 intersection of Route 246. Head down Kottoh-dori Avenue and at the third set of traffic lights turn left then first right.”
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Bar
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“Bartender is a master of cocktails. There's also a great selection of whiskeys and liquors. Cigar friendly bar.”
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