Week 10- Shibuya probably is the most successful and famous pedestrian area in the world.

Week 10- Shibuya probably is the most successful and famous pedestrian area in the world.

A detailed list of things to do in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. | Tokyo travel | Japan travel | Shibuya things to do | Shibuya food | Shibuya shopping | Hanamaru udon

10 Things to Do in Shibuya

Explore Tokyo: A guide to shopping and entertainment in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.

Explore Tokyo: Shibuya Guide

Shibuya, Tokyo | Japan (by Rickuz)

Shibuya, Tokyo | Japan (by Rickuz)

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Little Miss Paint Brush

The famous crossing in Shibuya of Tokyo shows the perfect example of all direction pedestrian crossing, making transporting pedestrians across different blocks more efficiently, and allows free flow throughout. W10 - City Conditions and Strategies

101 things to do in Shibuya

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10 Things to Do in Shibuya

From the moment my butt hit the chair of the train from Narita Airport to downtown Tokyo, I fell in love. I meandered through the city, visited the Meiji Shrine, walked across Shibuya, rode in bullet trains, shopped at Daiso, gawked at the fashionable antics at Harajuku on Takeshita Street, wore in a yukata and wandered the alleys of Takayama and tasted sake all afternoon, soaked in the relaxing hot baths in the onsen experience and drank beer from a vending machine. But it still wasn’t…

5 Things You’ll Regret Not Doing in Tokyo

Hachiko Statue, Shibuya, Tokyo. This is a statue of a dog who always waited for his master to come home on the afternoon train. One day, his master didn't come home. Still, the dog waited at the same time every day for years, until he died. I read a book about this and it's such a sweet story of devotion.

Hachiko Statue, Shibuya, Tokyo. This is a statue of a dog who always waited for his master to come home on the afternoon train. One day, his master didn't come home. Still, the dog waited at the same time every day for years, until he died. I read a book about this and it's such a sweet story of devotion.

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