Shibuya Stream

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Shibuya Stream
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General information
Location Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°39′25.8″N139°42′11.4″E / 35.657167°N 139.703167°E / 35.657167; 139.703167 Coordinates: 35°39′25.8″N139°42′11.4″E / 35.657167°N 139.703167°E / 35.657167; 139.703167
Construction started2015
Completed2018
Height
Roof180 m (590 ft)
Technical details
Floor count35
Floor area118,379m^2

Shibuya Stream (Japanese: 渋谷ストリーム) is a skyscraper and retail complex completed in 2018 in the Shibuya shopping district of Tokyo, Japan. The building is located in the space vacated when the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line terminal in Shibuya was relocated underground in 2013.

Shibuya Stream hosts Google's Japan head office [1] as well as the Excel Tokyo Shibuya Stream hotel. [2]

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