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    Shibuya, Shops


    Postalco have a serene space in bustling Dogenzaka, filled with lovely products such as cards, notebooks, wallets and bags. Started by designers Mike Abelson and Yuri Shimizu, the ranges are made in small batches…

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    Shibuya, Sights

    Nanzuka Gallery

    Nanzuka is a contemporary art gallery hidden in the basement of a towering building in Shibuya. During my first visit they were displaying a collection of paintings and sculpture by the infamous Hajime Sorayama in…

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    Eating, Shibuya

    Pizza Slice

    Even from the outside Pizza Slice looks like a building straight out of downtown Manhattan. I found it incredible, staring agape at the large glass windows, subway tile and letter grade sign. Inside it…

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    Coffee, Shibuya

    About Life Coffee Brewers

    Our list of local coffee haunts is growing! About Life Coffee Brewers is a tiny stand found on a busy street corner in Shibuya. The founder Sakao Atsushi trained in Australia and his…

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    Drinking, Shibuya

    Karaoke Kan

    Most people head to karaoke (カラオケ) after a big night out to indulge in a few hours of out-of-tune singing. There are plenty of karaoke places around Tokyo where you can rent…

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    Drinking, Shibuya

    JB’s Record Bar

    Hidden in a basement in Shibuya, this bar is totally lined with vinyl records in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. The wonderful owner knows where each and every album is located and…