Tokyo Travel Guide : 10 recommended shopping complex in Tokyo

Tokyo is dotted with numerous attractive commercial facilities. In this article, we will introduce 10 places that we especially recommend to all visitors to Tokyo. Enjoy shopping and dining experiences that combine Japanese tradition and modern culture!

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Shibuya Scramble Square (渋谷スクランブルスクエア)

Shibuya Scramble Square (渋谷スクランブルスクエア)

Shibuya Scramble Square, a landmark tower directly connected to Shibuya Station, opened on Friday, November 1, 2019. The 230-meter-high, 47-story building, Shibuya’s highest point, is home to more than 210 of the world’s latest stores, including those that have landed for the first time and new business models.

In addition, SHIBUYA SKY, the highest observation facility in Shibuya from which visitors can view Tokyo’s famous landmarks, is a popular tourist attraction for its beautiful scenery in the evenings and at night.

Miyashita Park (ミヤシタパーク)

Miyashita Park (ミヤシタパーク)

Located a 3-minute walk from Shibuya Station, this facility combines a park, commercial facilities, and a hotel. There are many first-time restaurants and stores in Japan, as well as spots where you can play all night long.

The rooftop park area has an observation terrace and café, and skateboarding and bouldering are also available. Shibuya Yokocho, where you can feel the good old days of Japan, is a place where you can enjoy drinking and eating soul food from various regions.

Azabudai Hills(麻布台ヒルズ)

Azabudai Hills is a new compact city in Minato Ward, Tokyo. Surrounded by greenery despite its central location in the heart of the city, the entire town is home to approximately 150 stores offering restaurants, sweets, lifestyle, beauty, and more. TeamLab Borderless, a museum without a map, has also opened at this facility and is attracting more and more attention.

Access is directly connected to Kamiyacho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line from Exit 5 on the basement floor, so it is not affected by weather conditions.

Roppongi Hills (六本木ヒルズ)

Roppongi Hills is directly connected to Roppongi Station on the Hibiya Line via Exit 1C. With more than 200 restaurants and stores, Roppongi Hills has attracted attention since its opening as a new “cultural urban center” in Tokyo. With public art, a Japanese garden, movie theaters, and art museums, visitors can enjoy themselves all day long.

GINZA SIX(銀座シックス)

GINZA SIX is a shopping facility located in Ginza 6-chome. With a focus on high-brand stores that catch people’s eyes, there are many brands that Japan is proud of, and you can get your hands on some of the best Japan-quality products available. It is the perfect place to find a gift for yourself or a loved one that conveys the best of Japan.

There is a garden on the rooftop where visitors can freely rest, and the Kanze Nogakudo, an authentic Noh theater, is located on the third basement level, bringing the proud Japanese tradition to the present.

Tokyu Plaza Ginza

Tokyu Plaza Ginza has become a landmark in Ginza, attracting attention with its new design featuring Edo faceting, a traditional Japanese craft. The 13-floor building is lined with stores that are both prestigious and trendy, and also houses Lotte Duty Free, the largest duty-free store in Tokyo, making it a more enjoyable shopping experience than shopping at the airport.

There are also free public spaces on the 6th floor and on the rooftop for visitors to relax and enjoy.

Tokyo Midtown Yaesu(東京ミッドタウン八重洲)

Opened in March 2023, it is a large building complex directly connected to the basement of JR Tokyo Station. It opened as the third “Tokyo Midtown” following Akasaka and Hibiya in Minato-ku. In terms of gourmet food, the most noteworthy restaurants are a casual standing sushi restaurant, a restaurant specializing in Okinawan soul food pork and egg onigiri, and Yaesu Public, a fashionable food court where you can eat and drink in free seating.

You can also check out a large selection of high quality Japanese goods and traditional crafts.

Tokyo Solamachi(東京ソラマチ)

Tokyo Solamachi, located in Sumida-ku, Tokyo, is a commercial facility directly below Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest building in Japan. With the theme of a new downtown, it offers a space where you can feel Japan with a fusion of cutting-edge and downtown culture. In addition to climbing the Sky Tree, there is also an aquarium and a planetarium.

Since it can be visited on foot from Asakusa, it is a popular sightseeing course that can be enjoyed in combination with sightseeing in Asakusa.

DiverCity Tokyo Plaza (ダイバーシティ東京プラザ)

DiverCity Tokyo Plaza, famous for its life-size Gundam, one of Japan’s most popular robot animation series, is a place where you can find just about anything you need. The Plaza offers a wide variety of stores, including fashion, general merchandise, restaurants, confectionery brand collaboration stores, and anime stores.

The “ROUND1 STADIUM” leisure facility, where both adults and children can enjoy themselves to the fullest, the “Zepp DiverCity (TOKYO)” live music club, and barbecue facilities can also be enjoyed within this facility.

Urban Dock Lalaport Toyosu (アーバンドック ららぽーと豊洲)

Located near the Toyosu Market and the Ten Thousand Guests, which opened in February 2024, is Lalaport Toyosu. In addition to about 180 stores and restaurants, there is KidZania Tokyo, where children can experience work, restaurants with a beautiful night view of the Rainbow Bridge, and a movie theater.

It is also easily accessible, and you can take the Yurikamome train or a water bus to enjoy the view of Tokyo.

Introducing Tokyo’s popular sightseeing areas

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