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Shibuya Parco

Shop til you drop in the heart of Tokyo with Pokemon, Nintendo, Capcom and more!

Rebuilt in 2019, the Shibuya Parco shopping complex contains a lot more than the luxury stores on the ground floor suggest. With ten floors and an eclectic mix of shops ranging from Gucci to Nintendo, Parco definitely has something for everyone.

Shibuya Parco shopping complex in Tokyo Japan

Photo by: Peter Austin Find Mewtwo up on the sixth floor in the Pokemon Center!

The floors are separated by theme, but the coolest is definitely the sixth-floor Cyberspace Shibuya which is dedicated to games, manga, and otaku culture. This is where you’ll find Japan’s first and only shops dedicated entirely to Nintendo and Capcom. If that isn’t enough, there’s the Shibuya Pokémon Centre, a Shonen Jump shop and eSports cafe too.

The rooftop terrace of Shibuya Parco in Tokyo Japan

Photo by: Peter Austin Spend a relaxing afternoon on the rooftop terrace after you’re done emptying your wallet.

Inspired by the winding alleyways located all over Tokyo, the “Chaos Kitchen” on the basement floor is not your typical department store food court. Highlights are a very rare vegan izakaya (Japanese pub), an outpost of Shinjuku Ni-chome’s LGBT bar Campy and another pub where you can eat a cicada parfait. Yes, a cicada parfait. We weren’t feeling brave enough to try it on our visit, we’ll leave that up to you.

Photo by: Wikipedia Commons The old Shibuya Parco closed down in 2016 after being destroyed by Shin Godzilla.

The rest of the floors are filled with even more stores, art galleries, a cinema, and a rooftop terrace with aerial views of the city. You can even find the neon letters that made up the old Parco sign. In short, this place rules.

Check out some of the exclusive shops inside below.