Shibuya

Sightseeing information about Shibuya in Japan.

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Shibuya is often referred to as a center of youth fashion and culture as well as the birthplace to many of Japan's entertainment trends. The energy is electric and the hurly-burly continues until late at night. The pedestrian street Center-gai is the young shoppers heaven packed with shopping malls, boutiques, restaurants and bars. Other major streets are lined with trendy department stores, electric appliance outlets, cinemas, theaters and pharmacies.

Trend-conscious people flock here to soak up the cutting edge of almost anything associated with youth culture. The statue of Hachiko dog, sitting at a corner of the famous intersection near the station, is one of the most well-known meeting spots in Tokyo. Here you will enjoy people-watching, too.

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At present, Shibuya is undergoing large-scale development plans especially around Shibuya Station, where you can get to and from every corner of the Kanto Metropolitan District. I once lived in Hiroo near Shibuya and am very familiar wi...

At present, Shibuya is undergoing large-scale development plans especially around Shibuya Station, where you can get to and from every corner of the Kanto Metropolitan District. I once lived in Hiroo near Shibuya and am very familiar with the hustle and bustle of the town.

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Shibuya is the urban subcenter of Tokyo, and is famous for the statue of faithful dog, Hachi-ko. Shall we meet at Hachi-ko?. About 10 minutes walk leads you to the most fashonabble shopping area, Harajyuku and Meiji Shrine.

Shibuya is the urban subcenter of Tokyo, and is famous for the statue of faithful dog, Hachi-ko. Shall we meet at Hachi-ko?. About 10 minutes walk leads you to the most fashonabble shopping area, Harajyuku and Meiji Shrine.

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