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We specifically visited this station to see personally the famous statue of Hachiko. This station is also a very busy station. Just make sure that when you get off the platform, ask for or look for indications that will lead you to Hachiko's statue. There's...More
This is a must see for anyone, but especially when traveling with a teenager. The area is very trendy and busy with a lot of different types of shopping and great restaurants. Great area to experience some great sushi with traditional sushi bars, sushi trains...More
after leaving the metro train in Shibuya Station you are in a quiet big shopping mall together with shops restaurants and a hotel.
You may spend quiet good time for buying Japanese handcrafts, cosmetics or accessories here, just before leaving the station building to step...More
Always know what exit to take before coming out of the station. Shibuya is one of the largest train stations in Tokyo. It is popular for Odakyu line as it goes west and south to Kamakura. Also people get off here to see the Shibuya...More
Busy Shibuya station with busiest five pedestrian lanes. Good shopping malls in this station. The famous place of Hachiku loyal dog awaiting for his master every afternoon to pick him up at Shibuya Station. Then his master died. He was patiently waiting for his arrival...More
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Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.