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Shibuya Cat Street, Shibuya

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Shop for cutting-edge Japanese fashion at Shibuya Cat Street, a modern strip offering the latest in clothing. Serving as home to Tokyo's vibrant fashion culture, it draws hip teens dressed in elaborate, uber trendy styles. The street provides a quiet atmosphere and a perfect opportunity to browse Japanese brands that you could not find elsewhere. Many cafes also operate in the area, perfect for taking a break from shopping. Using our international travel planner, Tokyo attractions like Shibuya Cat Street can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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TripAdvisor
  • The street is narrow and very calm compared to the large avenues of Tokyo. However there are many shops that you can find in many Western countries, so unless you like shopping, it's not so interestin...  more »
  • Great little shopping street with many boutiques. It is a much more interesting shopping experience that Shibuya 109 but the boutiques are more expensive. Recommend going there.  more »
  • I simply loved the sphere and vibe of cat street. It feels very retro / vintage with all the nice and cosy stores. If you want something different from the big shops than this street is the perfect op...  more »
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  • It's a street with foreign brands, nothing you haven't seen before. It's a very quiet shopping street, no cars will pass and there are surprisingly a lot of coffee shops too! A nice walk here but I didn't buy anything!
  • For all who are not really enjoying the Shibuya main shopping district with the hectic scramble. This street is much more beautiful and has more exquiste shops.
  • Built when the first Tokyo Olympics was held over the retired Shibuya river. This street connects between Harajuku and Shibuya, and it is surprisingly quiet. Considered as the back street of Harajuku, it is now filled with new shops and perfect for strolling away from the craziness of the main streets.
  • I love this street. It just feels like you suddenly leave the panic of Shibuya and you just stroll around a young-oriented cool shopping street.
  • Expecting cats or anything cat-related? You'll be disappointed. Expecting smallish and high-end clothing boutiques of interesting variety? This is your jam.