Shibuya City
Meiji Shrine
Meiji Shrine is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Tokyo. Located just a stone's throw away from the hustle and bustle of the Harajuku area, it offers a beautiful contrast and a sense of tranquility away from urban noise.
Hachiko Statue
Hachiko Statue honors a loyal Akita dog and is a popular meeting spot in Shibuya, Tokyo. Symbolizing devotion and fidelity, it's a must-see for tourists and a cultural touchstone for locals.
Night Life
Shibuya scramble crossing
Shibuya Scramble Crossing is Tokyo's iconic intersection, buzzing with energy and people. Witness the organized chaos as hundreds cross simultaneously from all directions. A must-experience urban spectacle.
Shibuya SKY
SHIBUYA SCRAMBLE SQUARE (finished in 2019) with its fascinating “SHIBUYA SKY” observatory area offers a 360-degree panorama view of a city that never sleeps.
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Why Just Follow Trends When You Can Create Them? Welcome to Shibuya.

Youth Culture Meets Corporate Giants

Shibuya is not just Tokyo's playground; it's also a business powerhouse. Home to major tech companies and startups alike, it's where traditional industries and the gig economy intersect.

Technology & Trendsetting

In Shibuya, the future is now. Known for its leading role in technology and fashion, it's a hotbed for innovation and new trends, attracting young creatives and tech-savvy professionals from around the globe.

The Pulse of Tokyo

Shibuya is more than just a famous crossing; it's the heartbeat of the city. From its bustling streets to its lively nightlife, it offers a unique blend of business and pleasure that captures the essence of modern Tokyo.

Shibuya, one of the 23 wards in Tokyo, is known as the center for culture and the most startup-concentrated area in Japan. We now would like to welcome startups from oversea to make us more diverse. So, this is why we decided to provide a one-year startup visa to entrepreneurs from all over the world.
#Startup Support, #Incubators, #Accelerators, #Networking, #CoWorkingSpaces, #InvestorRelations
If you move to or within Shibuya City, register your new address. If you leave Shibuya City or Japan, notify the City Office. For arrivals from abroad or visa changes to medium/long-term, complete residence registration.
#ExitStrategy, #CapitalAllocation, #PermanentResidency, #VisaRenewal, #StudentVisa, #WorkVisa
Wei Chai (MaWaRoute)

Wei Chai, who was born in China and studied in England, France, and Japan before starting a startup to promote local charms in Japan, talked about his path, challenges, and findings.

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Bilal Kharouni (ekei labs)

Bilal Kharouni could have been a professional kickboxer or a screen writer but instead he lives in Tokyo and works as co-founder of wellbeing startup ekei labs. Bilal tells us how he ended up founding a startup, what he has found out along the way, and about life in Japan in general.

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Art Meets Technology, DIG SHIBUYA


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AsiaBerlin Expansion Lab and Shibuya Startup Support are teaming up to host a community gathering event.

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