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Shibuya 渋谷

Shibuya at night. To the right is Q-Front with the Starbucks Coffee on the second floor.


A city constantly changing and bustling with people, Shibuya is one of the best representations of the megalopolis that is Tokyo.

Shibuya is a popular spot for young women as it is the place where you can get the latest clothes, whether it be from Forever 21, H&M, ZARA, UNI … Read the rest

Shidax Village

Shidax Village シダックスビレッジ


Shidax Village is a large karaoke complex in Shibuya, Tokyo. Shidax is one of the main karaoke chains in Japan and also offers food and beverages to customers.

Customers are guided to private rooms where they can sing freely. Orders are done over phones that are installed inside the rooms.


Shidax Village can be accessed with a few minutes of walking northward from the Hachiko … Read the rest

Tower Records Shibuya

Tower Records Shibuya タワーレコード渋谷

This whole building is Tower Records Shibuya.


Tower Records Shibuya is one of the largest music retail stores in the world with floors 1 through 7 all dedicated to selling music. This megastore also has an event space underground with an audio system comparable to that of a livehouse.

Tower Records in Japan used to be operated by an American company but the management … Read the rest

Shibuya 109

Shibuya 109 渋谷109

Shibuya 109. Proceed to the right of 109 and you’ll reach Bunkamura and Tokyu Honten. To the left is Dogenzaka.


Shibuya 109 is a department store full of stores dedicated to offering mostly young women’s apparel, shoes and accessories. The store is considered by many to be the center of gyaru(ギャル) subculture and an icon of Shibuya. The front of the store also serves as … Read the rest

Hachiko Statue

Hachiko Statue ハチ公像

The Hachiko Statue


The Hachiko Statue is a famous statue of an akita dog in Shibuya. The spot surrounding Hachiko is often crowded with people waiting to rendezvous with other people.


The Hachiko Statue is based on an akita dog, Hachiko, who was adopted by a professor who lived near the area during the 1920s. Hachiko came to Shibuya station every evening to greet … Read the rest

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