Shibuya O-West

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Shibuya O-West is a concert hall located in Shibuya, Tokyo. It is one of the smaller concert halls in Shibuya, located on the 7th floor of the Shibuya building and across from a larger concert hall known as Shibuya O-East. Both concert halls are owned and run by Shibuya O.

Shibuya O-West opened as “On Air West” in 1994 before it was remodeled and renamed “Shibuya O” in late 2003.



Address (English):

  • Japan Maruyama-cho 2-3 Shibuya O-West Building 2 F
  • Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0044

Address (Japanese):

  • 東京都渋谷区円山町2-3


  • 03-5784-7088


Several Different Trains lead to Shibiya O-West. Catch the Yamanote Line, the Saiko Line, the Shonan Shinjuku Line, Keio, Toyku-Toyoko Line or the Hanzomon Line. Get off at the Shibuya Station.

It is a 7 minute walk from Hachiko to Shibuya O. You can also get off at the Keio Shinsen Station, where it is a 3 minute walk.


Shibuya O-West is not as large as Shibuya O-East, and can only fit about 600 people total in its single floor arena. Only 250 of those are seats, with the rest of the space completely open for standing, dancing and socializing.

In general, Shibuya O-West is for medium sized groups and bands, especially popular for Indie’s rock band scene, though O-West is quickly becoming one of the most famous clubs for underground bands. There are 7 stories to this Shibuya O building, but music can only be found on the top floor. All of the acoustics are centered.

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