Shibuya Yokocho

By Weekender Editor

Located on the first floor of RAYARD MIYASHITA PARK, Shibuya Yokocho is a stretch of 19 restaurants where Tokyoites can enjoy culinary delights from all over Japan. Its casual setting suits the various soul foods you’ll find including ramen, gyoza, yakitori and more. Also seek out special eateries such as a restaurant serving rikishi-meshi (food made by ex-sumo wrestlers) and a cozy café that becomes a vibrant karaoke bar at night. Occasionally, the alley itself turns into a party venue with guest DJs and entertainers of all kinds.

Note: Alcoholic beverages are served until 8pm. Parties are limited to a maximum of four people. 

Business hours: 11am–9pm

Address: RAYARD MIYASHITA PARK South 1F, 6-20-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

Website: shibuya-yokocho.com

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