Going to Shibuya has always been on any traveler's bucket list and Shibuya PARCO just added one more stop-off destination for them. Under the idea of creating a space for any age, any gender, cosmopolitans, Shibuya PARCO brought together five themes: fashion, art and culture, entertainment, food, and technology. These themes merge to create a uniquely Tokyo shopping experience that will appeal to all people.
From high fashion names like Vivienne Westwood to streetwear and casual, the fashion options at Shibuya PARCO are all around you. From the first floor to the fifth, you'll find names you know and love, like Gucci, and some Shibuya-grown brands, like Issey Miyake Shibuya. Fashion isn't all that this shopping experience has to offer, there's plenty of art and culture here too. In fact, there are beautiful displays of art scattered throughout the building. Get your fix of art at the PARCO Museum Tokyo on the fourth floor; their opening show (November 22-December 16) is Akira: Art of Wall from the hit Japanese animation Akira.
There is also plenty to do with family and friends. The PARCO Theater seats 636 people in its premium theater. Beginning from January 2020, there will be monthly live performances by Japanese entertainers and artists at this one-of-a-kind Shibuya theater. Shows will range from music to traditional theater to comedians and just about anything you can think of.
While children and gaming lovers might want to flock to the 6th floor where the first-in-Japan official Nintendo shop waits with merchandise of all your favorite titles and demo stations for you to try the latest games. Not far away, you'll find the Capcom store, Shonen Jump Shop, and many more anime/game stores. And keep your eyes open for Pokemon's Mewtwo floating in a tank, signaling the entrance into Shibuya's only Pokemon store.
It'd be remiss not to mention all the wonderful food options that Shibuya PARCO has to offer. On the basement floor, you'll find Chaos Kitchen, which offers a wide assortment of food in casual settings, from the British pub HUB to a music café and bar Quattro Labo, be ready to try a host of new foods, both Japanese and western. Elsewhere in PARCO, you'll be treated to Thai food, fresh tempura, Italian, and even vegan falafel.
You won't want to miss the ingenuity and excitement that you can't find anywhere else in Shibuya. So, whether it's for picking up a new outfit or dining out with friends, you won't be disappointed with your PARCOexperience. With 193 names to visit, shops open from 10 am to 9 pm, and restaurants open from 11 am to 11:30 pm, any time is a good time to visit Shibuya PARCO.
This premium comfort theater boasts seating for 636 people. Look out for new performances almost every month, theater shows, traditional Japanese theater, rakugo comedians, musicians, artists, and more will be on stage to perform live for you.
The first official Nintendo store in Japan is located on the 6th floor of Shibuya Parco. With exclusive merchandise for hardcore Nintendo fans, game previews, and even demo gaming experiences, this is one stop that you won’t want to miss.Discover more
Shibuya's first and only Pokemon store with Shibuya-exclusive merchandise. Be on the lookout for the lifesize Mewtwo sleeping in his creation chamber tank and be sure not to wake this legendary Pokemon as you wander past and into the store.Discover more
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