Cooking Classes in Shibuya Area

Known for its fashion, food, and nightlife, Shibuya is one of Tokyo's most famous areas. There are people strolling about at every time of day (and night), and the neighborhood is very popular among youth culture especially. Shibuya's place as a cultural and transportation hub makes it a fun and convenient place to take a cooking class in Tokyo!


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Shibuya Sightseeing Spots

  • Meiji Jingu Shrine

    Meiji Jingu Shrine

    Located in Harajuku right next to Yoyogi Park, Meiji Jingu Shrine is a Shinto shrine built to honor the deified Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. You'll walk through a large wooden torii gate on your journey to the shrine, leaving the chaotic streets of Harajuku behind for a serene forest setting.

  • Hachiko

    Hachiko

    For nine years following his owner's death, the dog Hachiko faithfully went to Shibuya Station to wait for his owner. Celebrated for his loyalty, Hachiko has been immortalized into a statue at the entrance of Shibuya Station. It is a popular meeting point today.

  • Shibuya Crossing

    Shibuya Crossing

    Just outside of Shibuya Station lies the famed Shibuya Crossing, a massive intersection that has mobs of people crossing as soon as the pedestrian signal turns green. Enormous billboards and television screens look down on this lively area.

  • Shibuya 109

    Shibuya 109

    This massive, 10-floor department store in Shibuya is a fashion mecca particularly appealing to the youth and women. You can easily lose track of time exploring Shibuya 109's shops, loaded with quirky and trendy fashion products.

  • Yoyogi Park

    Yoyogi Park

    Yoyogi Park is a sprawling park in Harajuku, where you'll find all kinds of people and groups gathered on any sunny day. A stroll through Yoyogi is the perfect way to unwind after a Harajuku excursion.

  • Shibuya Hikarie

    Shibuya Hikarie

    Shibuya Hikarie is a newer shopping mall in the neighborhood, where you can browse beauty, fashion, and home goods. In addition, there are plenty of dining options housed in this mall located right by Shibuya Station.

Access to Shibuya

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/tokyo.php' style='text-decoration: underline'>Tokyo</a> Station to Shibuya Station

    From Tokyo Station to Shibuya Station

    Take the JR Yamanote Line to Shibuya (25 minutes).

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/asakusa/' style='text-decoration: underline'>Asakusa</a> Station to Shibuya Station

    From Asakusa Station to Shibuya Station

    Take the Ginza Subway Line to Shibuya (34 minutes).

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/ginza/' style='text-decoration: underline'>Ginza</a> Station to Shibuya Station

    From Ginza Station to Shibuya Station

    Take the Ginza Subway Line to Shibuya (15 minutes).

Why Taking a Cooking Class in Shibuya is a Must-Do

When visiting Shibuya there is of the list of things that must be checked. It is highlighted as the Youth Culture Spot of Tokyo. Witness art, visit the center-gai street, make your way successfully through the scramble crossing, etc. The place is known for its numerous eateries of different kinds.

Shibuya is the place where you do not only get to taste traditional Japanese dishes but also regional delights. Nonetheless, the shopping spots in Shibuya have no comparison. They were equipped with every item and brand you have been looking for.

The classes will take place in the homeliest and accommodating environment. Feel free to ask any type of questions that you want from our master chef and they will guide you in all the ways they can.


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