What a lovely little place this is. It's small, dimly lit, furnished with odds and ends, and kind of tucked out of the way. But the food is really tasty, service friendly, and the atmosphere is so calming after a busy day in Shibuya. When I first came here with my partner, we shared a set dinner for 2, which, in true Japanese style, consisted of bowls of brown rice, miso soup, and lots of small dishes of things to try. Since then, I've been back several times and had various dinner set meals, which have been delicious. There is a raised area with Japanese style seating, and 6 or so 'western' tables and chairs, so it's not a huge place. But I've been on both weekdays and weekends and have never had trouble getting a table. Menu in both Japanese and English, and very inexpensive for what you get. The first time I tried to find it, I did get lost, but it's not that tricky. From around Shibuya station, you want to head towards Cerulean Tower. This is noted on most tourist maps and maps around the station. You have to go over a pedestrian overpass to get across a busy main road. Just before Cerulean Tower , there is a path on the left, take this and walk towards the main road. Cross the road and keep walking straight. You will go past Jonathan's coffee shop on your right and 7-11 on your left. When you reach the end of this street, you will be facing a restaurant called Turtles, and can only go left or right. Go right,and walk for about 5 minutes heading slightly downhill (you should be on the right hand side of the street) You will reach a pedestrian crossing at a 4-way intersection. Cross here and the restaurant is right there on the corner, but down a couple of steps. Small sandwich board outside, which says in English 'vegan food' and it's next door to a fancy restaurant called 'Pinosaluce'.