Shibuya HikarieDistance: 0.1 mi詳しくは 2-18-3, Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
The Shibuya Hikarie is a Tokyu skyscraper and retail complex completed in 2012 and located in the Shibuya shopping district of Tokyo, Japan.
The Hikarie is 183 meters tall. As of November 2013, it was tied for being the 52nd tallest skyscraper in Japan and 40th tallest building in Tokyo.
The Hikarie features extensive use of LED lighting and displays and combines shopping/dining/entertainment in similar ways to the Roppongi Hills project. Its profile and significance are partially due to being immediately proximate to Shibuya Station, to which it is connected by both a 2nd-floor sky-walk and underground walkway.
Although it does not yet have the same cultural significance as the 109 Building, it is a prime retail and office destination. The public access floors are marked by glass-walling, allowing for views across Shibuya and Tokyo.
Shibuya Hikarie features retail sales and event space up to floor 11, at which point access is controlled to the theatre and private office space. Clients include KDDI and a number of headquarters for media companies.