Ebisu Garden Place is a complex in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo. Department stores, restaurants, museums and residences are accumulated here. The complex houses Ebisu Garden Place Tower, Glass Square, Ebisu Mitsukoshi Department Store, Westin Hotel Tokyo - 10 facilities altogether. The area is popular, and many people visit here every day; it is a particularly popular date spot, for there are a lot of restaurants and drinking establishments and the area is lit up at night.
Ebisu Garden Place Tower is a landmark of the area. The building has 40 stories and 5 more underground; The 5th floor – 37th floors are an office space; cafes, convenience stores, fast food stores, wine shops, fitness clubs, hospitals etc. are located from the 2nd to 4th underground floors. The 38th and 39th floor areas are a food court that hosts various Japanese and Western restaurants. You can dine here while enjoying the view.
Glass Square is a building consisting of two floors: an underground one and ground-level one. Its distinctive feature is a glass roof that covers a large space. Here you can also find a lot of shops and restaurants, as well as fashion-related boutiques.
Mitsukoshi Department Store operates under the "casual and daily" concept. It mostly caters to ladies; hence there are a lot of cafes and restaurants. Besides that, there are a lot of shops that specialize in kids’ clothes and magazines, so the whole family can shop here.
Apart from these, there are a lot of other facilities such as the Sapporo Beer Headquarters (a company that owns this complex) and Ebisu Museum, K-POP Theater etc.
Train: Ebisu Station on JR and Marunouchi lines. On rainy days, you can use Ebisu skywalk to get there; it will only take 5 minutes.
Car: Use Tengenji exit on line 2 of Metropolitan Expressway. The parking is open from 7:00 to 24:00, 15 minutes – 160 yen. You can get parking discounts if shopping on the premises, so don’t lose your parking ticket.
Description: Ebisu Garden Place
|Sights||Ebisu Garden Place (恵比寿ガーデンプレイス)|
Ebisu Garden Place, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
|Phone / Fax||Phone: 03-5423-7111|
|Closed dates||7 days open|
|Admission Fee||Free admission|
Spring (March - May)Summer (June - August) Autumn (September - November) Winter (December - February)
|Recommended target||Family Couples Child (ages 7-17) Adult (ages 20+) Single traveller|