Located in front of Shibuya Station, Shibuya Tokyu REI offers great access to the fashionable districts of Harajuku, Omotesando, and Aoyama. Simple, understated guestrooms are elegant and come with full Internet access.
Twin room has so relaxed atmosphere that you can spend comfortable time for both buisness and leisure.
Double room is suitable for both staying with your partner or by yourself. Please have a good time at a spacuous room with 160 centimeters wide bed.
Japanese green tea set, coffee set, slippers, bath towels, face towels, body wash, facial & hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush set, razor, shaving cream, shower cap, hair brush, body sponge, q-tips, nightwear (sleeping shirts), deodorizing spray
Restaurants and Bars
Hush Hush restaurant
At the lunch time, this restaurant serves various and popular dishes such as roast beef. And also, You can enjoy various menus from light meals to course dishes at the dinner time.
Please start a good day with good breakfast at our hotel.
This restaurant offers you a wide variety of Japanese and Western dishes and drinks for buffet breakfast.
Buffet breakfast (J/W)
Junior meal JPY864
Up to 5 years old complimentary
The world's busiest crossing in Tokyo
Besides Tokyo Tower there's another strong magnet pulling me to Tokyo. It is Shibuya Crossing. Shibuya is one of 23 city wards of Tokyo, packed with well-known brand stores, entertainment areas, and teenage districts. Shibuya Crossing itself is the most crowded place and it can be said it is the center of Shibuya. Clearly, Shibuya Crossing is the busiest crossing in the world. There are at least 45,000 pedestrians every 30 minutes during rush hour. The world's busiest crossing is decorated by colorful neon at night. Here, you can find the famous Hachiko statue. It also is the setting of the Hollywood movie 'Lost in Translation' directed by Sofia Coppola in 2004. Enjoy crossing the busiest intersection in the world!
about 3 minutes by walk from Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel
Tokyo’s popular Shinto shrine
One of Tokyo’s most popular shrines is Meiji-Jingū, a Shinto shrine in the Harajuku area. Shinto is called Japan’s ancient original religion, with no identifiable founder or sacred text, and is based rather on the value of harmony with nature and the virtue of ‘Magokoro’, or sincere heart. The Meiji Shrine is dedicated to the souls of Emperor Meiji (1852-1912) and his consort, Empress Shoken (1850-1914): both leaders who are held in high esteem to this day by the Japanese people. Emperor Meiji is considered one of the founders of modern Japan, due to the encouragement he offered to various modern industries and the support he showed for technological development, while still dedicating himself to preserving Japanese identity. Empress Shoken both supported the Emperor and devoted herself to promoting national welfare and women’s education. The original shrine, completed in 1920, was destroyed in WWII. The current structure dates from 1958, and it is one of the most popular destinations for travelers to Tokyo.
about 20 minutes by train from Shibuya Tokyu REI Hotel
Map & Directions
1-24-10, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002
JR Shibuya Station (2 minutes on foot form Miyamasuzaka Exit) served by the JR Line, Tokyu Toyoko Line,
Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line, Ginza Subway Line, Hanzomon sbuway Line, and Fukutoshin Subway Line
85 minutes by airport bus from Narita Airport to Shibuya Mark City
110 minutes by train from Narita Airport to Shibuya Station
85 minutes by car from Narita Airport
40-60 minutes by airport bus from Haneda Airport to Shibuya Mark City
45 minutes by train from Haneda Airport to Shibuy Station
40-60 minutes by car from Haneda Airport
Nearest interchange: 15 minutes from Takagi-cho exit or Ikejiri exit on the Shuto Expressway