How to Get to Currency Exchange in Shibuya
Do you need to have some cash on travel in Japan? Most of restaurants and shops accept multiple payment methods including credit cards and digital currency in Japan especially urban areas like Tokyo. However, you cannot pay except by cash at some small restaurants, shops and accommodations. It is strongly recommended to carry cash anytime during traveling in Japan.
Check where you can exchange your money with Japanese yen in advance.
This is the guide to how to get to a currency exchange counter in Shibuya, one of the most popular tourist towns in Tokyo. The currency exchange spot Airtrip Exchange is located within only 5 mins walking distance from Shibuya Station.
This guides starts from Shibuya Crossing which is located just in front of Shibuya Station Hachiko Exit.
▽Walk across Shibuya Crossing in this way like the picture below.
▽Pass the gate through the Center Gai Street (Starbucks on your left).
▽Pass the first intersection.
▽Go straight until the second intersection.
▽The currency exchange is located on your right side at the second intersection.
The currency exchange in Shibuya handles 12 types of international currencies and there are staff who speak English. You can also rent a pocket WiFi at the very competitive rate there.
Shibuya, especially the Center Gai Street, has no shortage of dining and shopping options. If you run out of your cash, visit the exchange counter during its business hours until 23:00.
The exchange counter in Shibuya also offers a pocket WiFi rental option at the best rate in Tokyo! If you pick up your WiFi router there, you can get the exclusive discount waiving the shipping fee. And, the time-limited 1,000 yen discount coupon is available: JWWMWINTER19. Why don’t you hiring the unlimited-data pocket wifi with currency exchange? Place your order HERE with the special price!!
Currency Exchange Shibuya
Business hours: 11:00-23:00 (Everyday)
There are countless tourist attractions in Shibuya, and it is definitely recommended to visit especially for first time visitors in Tokyo. For more info about Shibuya, check these articles below!