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宇田川15地区開発計画: 2019年9月 開業予定


With the birth of new-born Parco, we aim for the revival of "Konomiya culture"!

Shibuya 's redevelopment is focused on just about the station, but towards the year 2020 of the Tokyo Olympics held year, large - scale redevelopment is proceeding even in the park. Among them, attention is "Shibuya Parco". Shibuya Parco (part 1, part 3), who has been driving the "Konoyado culture" boasted of prosperity in the 1980s, is now temporarily closed based on "Udagawa-cho 15 district development plan", and temporary closure of store operations to rebuild the building Has been done.


In the first place, if you comprehend the history of Shibuya Parco, Part 1 was opened in 1973, Part 2 in 1975, Part 3 in 1981. Since then, for over 40 years, it goes without saying that it has played a major role as an information dissemination site leading youth culture such as up-and-coming fashion, avant-garde art, movies, theater and the like. Many people are familiar with it, but the naming "Konen-dori" has been redesigned from the name of "Ward office street" until now due to the opening of Parco. It can be said that the boom in the back streets such as "the Spanish slope" of the main street of today's Koen dori is what Shibuya Parco brought.


Part 2 was closed in 2007, and until last summer until the summer of last year we have been operating with two parts, part 1 and part 3, but due to rebuild work now it is temporarily closed. The construction period is until September 2019 before the Tokyo Olympic Games held. In the area of ​​about 5,380 square meters including part 1 and part 3, it is planned to open a compound commercial facility with a height of about 110 m and a ground floor of 20 stories as "newborn Parco". Creator training facilities and theaters are set up to foster fashion and drama culture, information dissemination, etc. besides sales of goods and food, it is expected as a trigger for the revival of "Konoyado Culture". In addition, the development plan includes the formation of a pedestrian network that enhances crowd and migration of the town, improvement of regional joint shipping places, support functions for persons with difficulty returning home.

A hotel that a popular apparel brand handles is born

imageOpposite Shibuya Parco Part 1, a place where "Shibuya Parco Part 2" was held until 2007 is also beginning to develop. Part 2 On the site after the closing of the building, Kirin Brewery established a limited time beer garden, but full-scale construction work has finally begun.

渋谷パルコ・パート2の跡地、740.93平方メートルの敷地に2017年度中に開業を予定するのは、ヒューリックが新設する商業施設「渋谷公園通り計画(仮称)」だ。地上9階地下1階建ての同施設の1〜3階には、アパレルブランド「earth music & ecology(アースミュージック&エコロジー)」などを手掛けるストライプインターナショナルが、ホテルや飲食スペース、イベントスペースを併設するグローバル旗艦店「KOE(コエ)」をオープンすることが決まっている。3フロア構成、約450坪を誇る大規模店舗の1階は、飲食業態のほか、公園通りに面した立地を活かし、文化や情報を発信するイベントスペースを展開。2階はレディース、メンズ、キッズのアパレルを中心に雑貨などを販売し、3階にはブランドの世界観を体現するホテルをオープンする。将来的には同ブランドの欧米進出も計画しており、旗艦店である同店舗をその足がかりにしていくそうだ。

Redevelopment in Shibuya station center

  • Shibuya station block (East Building, Central Building, West Building)
  • SHIBUYA STREAM (Former Shibuya Station Southern District Project)
  • Dogenosaka 1-chome Station front district
  • Shibuya Station Sakuragaoka port district

Redevelopment around Shibuya

  • Miyashita-cho area: SHIBUYA CAST (Former Shibuya Miyashita-cho Plan)
  • Miyashita-cho area: Miyashita Park etc. development project
  • Koen area: 15 districts of Udagawa-machi development plan / Shibuya Konen street plan
  • Konoyado area: Rebuild of Shibuya Ward Government building
  • Dogenzara Area: Nanpeidai Project
  • Miyama Masaka Area: Miya Masakasa Building Rebuilding Plan
  • Jingumae 1-chome · 5-chome Area: Children's Castle · Aoyama Hospital · Tokyo Metropolitan Children's Hall site
  • SHIBUYA FUTURE Second Stage Back to top

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