Shibuya-ku is located in the southwest of Tokyo's 23 Wards and is home to many Japanese and International IT companies and fashion brands. Shibuya continues to be under supplied for office space, but a number of large-scale redevelopments are underway and there has been an increase in the number of office buildings in recent years. Within the ward are the renowned Omotesando, Harajuku, Ebisu, and Daikanyama areas, where Japanese fashion and trends originate.
Shibuya-ku is some of the city's most popular shopping areas, but they are also known for the major Japanese IT companies and ventures that are concentrated in this district. The area around Shibuya Station has been undergoing major renovations and, although it is highly regarded as a downtown area and a town for young people, it is also a popular business district. The renowned fashion districts of Omotesando, Harajuku, Ebisu, and Daikanyama areas are also located in Shibuya-ku. Also located in Shibuya-ku are Hiroo, Shoto, and Yoyogi-Uehara, luxury residential areas, and Sendagaya, the main venue for the Tokyo Olympics and the National Stadium.
Shibuya is home to major Japanese and international IT companies along with a world-famous downtown area
Ebisu is a popular business area and is know for being sophisticated and multicultural with high-class entertainment.
Omotesando/Aoyama is a highly sought-after business area home to many apparel / creative businesses & foreign / IT companies
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