11. Dogenzaka Street (Dori)Dogenzaka Street is one of Shibuya's main streets. It's packed with everything you'd expect in Shibuya — shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife. It also has a odd row of houses from the 1950s (one of the few under-developed plots of land in the area).
12. ParcoParco is a large department store located in multiple buildings in Shibuya (Koen-dori). It has women's and men's fashions, books, restaurants and a theatre.
13. Manga Cafe (Internet Cafe)Manga Cafes are a recommended Tokyo experience. Shibuya is one place where they're easy to find.
14. Love Hotel HillLove Hotel Hill is a district of Shibuya known for its love hotels, clubs, bars and live houses (concert halls).
15. Womb (Club)Womb is one of the largest clubs in Tokyo with 4 massive floors.
16. LoftLoft is another urban do-it-yourself store similar to Tokyu Hands.
17. Mos BurgerJapan has plenty of unique fast food establishments. Most have a location in Shibuya. Try one of Mos Burger's Shibuya locations.
18. PachinkoPachinko are Japanese gambling establishments that make more money (gross revenue) than the entire nation of New Zealand (GDP) each year. They're essentially complex slot machines.
19. Hachiko StatueLost in the enormous crowds waiting for friends at Hachiko square is a small statue of the famous dog who gives the square its name. Hachiko was a dog who waited at Shibuya station each day for his master. He continued to wait each evening after his master past away.
20. Koen DoriKoen Dori (literally: park street) is a tree lined street of posh shops.