Shibuya PARCO Building – Nintendo, Pokemon and Fashion Trends

Shibuya is undergoing a huge facelift bringing it out of the bubble 1980/90s to the 2020s with the new Shibuya PARCO Building, Shibuya Scramble, Shibuya Stream and others.  The backstreet “teen grudge” shopping still exists but new shiny multi-service complexes are now popping up all over. The new Shibuya PARCO Building is a beautiful new Shibuya PARCO building, bait storecomplex with a fancy design, first Nintendo store, 14th Japan Pokemon store, floors of trendy and high end shopping and a theater complex (8th floor). If you need a little break from Shibuya crazy then grab a coffee and head up to the green roof on the 10th floor – beautiful outside space.  Shibuya Parco Building is conveniently located next to Tokyu Hands (our favorite store in Shibuya), Xebio’s new sports flagship store and Hotel Koe (boutique hotel with great breakfast).

Shibuya PARCO Building – Nintendo, Pokemon and Fashion Trends

Shibuya PARCO Building is multi purpose commercial building. General admittance and shopping entertainment for X floors and commercial business space above. The lower half of the building is wrapped with stairs and outdoor gardens which kids will find fun to meander down as you are leaving the budding. Nice way to add some green to Shibuya.Shibuya PARCO Building - Nintendo, Pokemon and Fashion Trends

The shopping is on X floors with most kids wanting to head to the Cyberspace Shibuya on the 6th floor where you will find the first Japan Ninetndo Store and the 14th pokemon store in Japan. Other uber popular Japanese pop culture brands also have stores including; Capcom, Shonen Jumper and game developer shops. You can also hope in the e-sports Cafe for some gaming and a bit to eat.
Shibuya PARCO Building - Nintendo, Pokemon and Fashion TrendsShibuya PARCO is a shopping mall so shopping for fashion is main, although the draw for your family may be the 6th floor Shibuya Cyberspace. The first floor of the mall has a “shotengai” shopping street which is for pop-up shops (very popular in Japan) and the upper floors are filled with teen favorites to high-fashion brands including Alexander Wang and Yves Saint Laurent. You can see a full floor plan and shop list here.
Shibuya PARCO Building Details
Address: 15-1 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo  (google map)
Business hours: 10:00 – 21:00
Access: 8 min walk from Shibuya
Shibuya PARCO Building - Nintendo, Pokemon and Fashion TrendsShibuya PARCO Building - Nintendo, Pokemon and Fashion Trends

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