Gyre stands at the corner of Omotesando and Cat Street. The name of the building, Gyre, means swirl, and as the name suggests it's a unique building whose exterior looks like the floors revolve in shifted layers. There are terraces on the spaces created by these shifted layers from which you can view the rows of Japanese zelkova trees on Omotesando. In addition, visitors to the building will be greeted at the 1st floor entrance by a wall of trees that is 5 meters wide and 3 meters tall designed by French botanist Patrick Blanc. Gyre is made up of 18 shops rich in individuality. These shops include the MoMA Design Store, New York's contemporary art museum shop in its first advance overseas, the popular wine bistro where it is difficult to get a reservation in Paris, Le Pre Verre, and the world's first Bulgari cafe, Il Cafe, as well as the organic market and kitchen store, Cinagro. While the shops are charming, the space allows you to enjoy the greenery of the wall of trees on the 1st floor facade as well as look down upon tree lined Omotesando.
5-10-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Restaurants are open 11:00am - midnight (the time of last order varies depending on the restaurant)