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Start your days in the thriving capital of Japan in Shibuya, a nice part of town located 5 kilometres to the west of downtown Tokyo.
Tokyo boasts many recognisable sights, such as the Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple.
Many visitors to Shibuya are here for the Meiji Jingu Shrine.
It's unnecessary to drive a long way from your hotel to check out the Mori Art Museum. Wake up at The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo, The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, The Westin Tokyo and InterContinental ANA Tokyo and use your time for the good stuff.
Learn about the cultural beliefs of the community by taking a trip to Hikawa Shrine. Check out the rates at The Peninsula Tokyo and Conrad Tokyo to be nearby. Zenpuku-ji Temple is a must-visit for those looking to explore the core of the local religion. For this place, think about the Imperial Hotel and The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo.
Keen on checking out the cafe scene in in Shibuya? Whether you're catching up with friends or just relaxing on a comfy chair with a good book, you can't go past Royal Garden Cafe Aoyama. Once the caffeine kick fades and your belly starts hankering for something a bit more filling, grab a table at Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu. This well-loved eatery dishes up some seriously tasty meals. Before heading back to your hotel, why not pull up a stool at Blue Note Tokyo for a nightcap? Whether you're a beer or wine drinker, you'll find plenty to like here.
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Hotels in Shibuya start at AU$163 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.