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Shibuya Shopping – 10 Shops & Malls You Should Buy From

Shibuya Shopping – If you know Shibuya then you have probably seen the Hachiko Memorial Statue and the famous crosswalk. However, excluding these two things, you might not be familiar with what else there is in Shibuya.

Thankfully though, we have prepared a set list of the top 10 shops in Shibuya! If you are on the hunt to buy some Japanese goods, then you are in luck. Shibuya not only has countless delicious restaurants but also trendy shops. Here you will find a many stores offering you a great deal and experience.

 

Shibuya Shopping #1: Seibu

If you are looking for a department store that has top quality goods, then Seibu is a great option for you. This department store is split into two buildings, Building A and Building B. In Building A you will find mostly Women’s wear, while in Building B you should find more Men’s Wear. Both buildings have a lot of top-notch brands, so if you have money to spend and are looking for the best quality, you must definitely take a look here! 

What can we find there: High-end brands, Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear, Cosmetics, Accessories, Food, Restaurants

Price: $$$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM; Sundays and Holidays 10:00 A.M. – 8:00 P.M.

More info: Seibu Shibuya

 

Shibuya Shopping #2: Shibuya 109

Shibuya Shopping 109

Credits: Keira 555

Shibuya 109 is one of the more popular department stores for the younger generation, especially women. Due to its history with “gyaru” fashion, this building soon became a fashion haven for young Japanese women. Hence, this is a place you must visit if you are one who keeps up with fashion trends as it is still very popular today.

What can we find there: Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear, Accessories, Cosmetics, Restaurants/Cafe

Price: $$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

More info: Shibuya 109

 

Shibuya Shopping #3: Hikarie

If you are looking for a place to spend your whole day on, Hikarie would be a great choice. Hikarie is a multipurpose skyscraper consisting of 34 floors. Not only does this place have restaurants and stores, but also theater floors and events. Due to this, this place is a common spot for people to meet and hang out.

What can we find there: Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear, Accessories, Restaurants/Cafe, Theaters, Museum, Cosmetics

Price: $$ – $$$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

More info: Hikarie

 

Shibuya Shopping #4: Loft

Shibuya Shopping Loft

Credits: Fletcherjcm

If you are a fanatic of stationary goods, Loft is the place you will want to go for shopping in Shibuya. Here you will not just find cute pens and notebooks, but also souvenirs you can gift to your friends and family. 

What can we find there: Stationary Goods

Price: $ – $$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

More info: Loft

 

Shibuya Shopping #5: Disney Store

Shibuya Shopping Disney Store

Credits: Disney Store

Are you a fan of Disney? Do you wish you could buy some Disney products? Well you’re lucky because in Shibuya there is a Disney Store! Affiliated with Disney, this store has all the official products and toys incorporating Disney characters. Here you will find numerous cute and beautiful items that you won’t help but want to buy once you lay eyes on them. 

What can we find there: Toys, Dolls, Stationary, Plates, Keychains

Price: $$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:30 PM

More info: Disney Store

 

Shibuya Shopping #6: Tower Records

Shibuya Shopping Tower Records

Credits: Bfishadow

If you’re a fan of music and wish to go back to those times where you’d listen to cd samples at the store, Tower Records is the place to be. Here you can take your time to scan all the CDs you want and simply enjoy the music. You can also look at DVDs and hang out at the cafe on the second floor if you wish to chill and relax.

What can we find there: CDs, DVDs, Stationary Goods, Cafe

Price: $

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM -11:00 PM

More info: Tower Records Shibuya

 

Shibuya Shopping #7: Tsutaya

Tsutaya is a DVD rental store that also sells books and CDs. Although you might not go for the DVDs, this place is worth checking out at least once due to its wide selection of products. This building is also located right across from Shibuya station and in front of the famous crosswalk. If you are curious as to what is within this building, it is worth a try checking it out! 

What can we find there: CDs, DVDs, Books, Stationary Goods

Price: $ – $$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 2:00 AM

More info here: Tsutaya Shibuya

 

Shibuya Shopping #8: Shibuya Center-Gai & Inokashira-Dori

This place in Shibuya is not a specific store, but rather a street filled with multiple restaurants and malls. Walking through here you will find a wide variety of shops that I doubt you will not find something you are looking for. This road also includes other famous brands like H&M, Forever21, and Zara. 

What can we find there: Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear, Shoes, Restaurants

Price: $ – $$$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: Open 24 Hours

 

Shibuya Shopping #9: Mandarake

Shibuya Shopping Mandarake

Credits: Danny Choo

Mandarake is a great place to go to if you are curious about Tokyo’s manga and anime scene. Here you will be astounded by the amount of manga books they have and the amazing figurines. If you are a fan of Japanese anime then you might just find something you like here! 

What can we find there: Manga, Figures, Toys

Price: $ – $$$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM

More info: Mandarake

Shibuya Shopping #10: Mark City

Shibuya Shopping Mark City

Credits: Mitch Altman

Mark city is a complex mall connected to Shibuya station, hence it is very convenient for those shopping on a rainy day. You will find a lot of restaurants and different shops here where you can spend all the time you want simply hanging out with your friends and/or family.

What can we find there: Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear, Accessories, Restaurants/Cafe, Convenience Stores, Cosmetics

Price: $ – $$

Google Map: Here

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

More info: Shibuya Mark City

Shibuya Shopping Crossing

Credits: Benny Ang

So there you have it! These are these are the top 10 shops to go to in Shibuya. As you can see there are many different shops, each one offering a different experience. Hopefully, these will help you get around the city and assist you in your shopping endeavors. 

Do you want to check other shopping areas in Tokyo? Take a look at our list of the Best Areas for Shopping in Tokyo.

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Song Y Yoon

Originally from South Korea, I moved to Japan for university and have come to love the Japanese culture. Other things I love are photography, reading, listening to music, and food. Especially food 😉

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