While neighborhood of Shibuya station is very busy business-commercial area as seen at Shibuya crossing, the district actually have several quiet residential zone just behind main streets.
Also, there is a huge park in this district, called Yoyogi Koen park, located in west of Omotesando street. The British School in Tokyo (Nursery to Year 3) is located in this area; therefore many families who prefer British education for their children live in Shibuya. Luxury residential zones are Daikanyama, Shoto, and Yoyogi-Uehara, where local celebrity and wealthy built homes.
Fashion and the fashionable define the area. Aoyama boasts an avenue of boutiques and locations for designer’s offices and globally affiliate enterprises. Omotesando is where the high-quality name-brand stores converge, along with sterling, uniquely designed restaurants covering gamut of culinary tastes. The Omotesando Hills mall extends the variety along avenues famous for celebrity photo shoots. Adjacent Harajuku teems with teens that define the eclectic fashion modes.
Shibuya sta. (JR Yamanote line, Ginza line, Fukutoshin line, Inokashira line, and Tokyu lines) / Omotesando sta. (Ginza and Hazoumon lines) / JR Harajuku sta. and Meiji-jingumae sta. (JR Yamanote line and Chiyoda line))
Located on west from Shibuya station, Shoto is small but gorgeous high class residential area. The area is mostly designated as Category 1 low-rise exclusive residential districts, and it comprises a quiet area of upscale residences. A classy ambience
defines a residential area in, and to the west of, Yoyogi, that remains attractive to high-income residents.
The huge Yoyogi Park served as the athlete’s Olympic Village during the Games of the XVIII Olympiad in 1964. From swimming pool and tennis courts, to ice skating rink and recreational facilities, the general public continues to benefit (especially at reasonable fees).
Shibuya sta. (JR Yamanote line, Ginza line, Fukutoshin line, Inokashira line, and Tokyu lines) / Yoyogi Koen and Yoyogiuehara sta.(Chiyoda line)
Located south and southwest from the Shibuya station, Daikanyama (Aobadai) is home to embassies and stylish restaurants. It remains a dynamic, yet intimate, location of popular boutiques and cafes, reflecting a chic redevelopment on the west side of Daikanyama Station. Just 600m east from Daikanyama, Ebisu is very popular area, nominated as the first desirable place to live by survey conducted by Recruit Sumai Company Ltd.in 2016. Yebisu Breweries is where Ebisu derives its name, with the popular Yebisu Garden Place having opened in October1994, offering stores, restaurants, a concert venue, a major hotel and business office bordering an expansive tiled, gardened open air plaza. South from Daikanyama and Ebisu, there is Nakameguro, where Toyoko Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line connect. Nakameguro is popular place for local Japanese to live, with small but prosperous shopping street and most of all, full cherry blossom along Meguro River in spring.
Ebisu sta. (JR Yamanote line and Hibiya line) / Daikanyama sta. (Toyoko line)
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