Getting Lost in Shibuya is the Best Way to Feel the Wackiness of the Town!
For food,’Pomme no ki’ is a restaurant on Spain-zaka Hill in between Shibuya and Harajuku is very cute and has detailed samples of their specialty cuisine, Omrice in front of their shop. Omrice is another of Japan’s integrated Japanese-Western meals. It is fried rice with ketchup flavor wrapped with a layer of omelet. The dish is served with ketchup on top and is popular for all generations. The omrice at ‘Pomme no ki’ is especially popular in Shibuya because of its affordability, taste and the size. We would of liked to have done a gourmet report but the time ran out… Next time for sure!
Spain-zaka hill has many more restaurants but also cafes, interior shops and boutiques that are unique and dazzling. The shops are squished into very narrow spaces, where you might find very ‘interesting’ signs suggesting something you may want to steer away from…
Shibuya is jam packed with too many things to do. It’s a long but fun-filled day for any one that visits. Even Saaya was tired exhausted from the overwhelming energy. It wasn’t long but its time to say bye to Saaya for another time, hopping on a train back home from Shibuya Station.
On the JR Yamanote line platform are vending machines for snacks on the go. There are many of these sorts of vending machines at large scaled stations.
Next stop is Harajuku, another sub-culture central for Japanese youths! Be tuned in for the next article on tips around Harajuku!
Written by Ayaya
Translated by Sakurako Suzuki
Photo by Kenta Kuzuhara
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Nearest Station : Shibuya
TEL : 03-3477-5111
URL : http://www.shibuya109.jp