Shibuya

A youth district full of kawaii (cute) Japanese products. Famous places include the all-time favorite meeting place, the Hachiko statue, and the “Shibuya Scramble Crossing.”

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The Shibuya Scramble Crossing, frequently appearing in movies and TV dramas.

Shibuya district is the origins of youth culture. You will find several famous restaurants, bars, night clubs and live music venues flourishing among rows of stylish department stores and shops with a constant vibrant and youthful atmosphere. Shibuya is definitely the place to go to if you want to get the latest kawaii (cute) trends published in magazines. In addition, you can also enjoy dining at fashionable cafés and affordable eateries. Situated in front of Shibuya Station are some of the district’s landmarks such as the statue of Hachiko and the “Shibuya Scramble Crossing.” A short walk from the station would lead you to the lushly green Yoyogi Park, which has become an oasis for people and where various events are held during the weekends.

A park, away from the hustle and bustle around the station.

Shibuya’s landmark, a fashion building popular among young people.

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