Shibuya's the place that most quickly comes to mind when people think of Tokyo. Shibuya Crossing is often considered Tokyo's Times Square, with its throngs of pedestrians and stacks of large advertisement screens. It's also home to a lot of Tokyo's youth culture, with tons
of entertainment and fashion crammed into a pretty small space.
With that in mind, here are the five essential activities for Shibuya, which could easily take care of an entire day of your vacation:
When you arrive at Shibuya Station, make sure you take the Hachiko exit. This will put you in the famous spot pictured here. The Hachiko area is a popular meeting spot, so you'll see lots of people standing around waiting. By the way, Hachiko's a dog with a fantastic story – make sure you find his statue!
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