Massive crowds, neon lights, hachiko statue, shopping, fashion, video games, nightlife, and love hotels.
Train - Yamanote Line, Ginza Line, Or Hanzomon Line to Shibuya Station.
Famous Attractions - Center Gai, Dogenzaka, Love Hotel Hill, and Shibuya 109.
Massive crowds, neon lights, hachiko statue, shopping, fashion, video games, nightlife, and love hotels. (Tokyo, Japan)
This is Shibuya district of Tokyo, where the main streets are seas of humanity and video screens constantly lighting the landscape. Shibuya is very popular among the young people of Japan. This is where new fashion trends are born. Close by is Center Gai. Feels like the heart of Shibuya, with clothing, music, video game shops packed together. This statue is just outside the Tokyo Department store and the Shibuya station, and has an exit named after it. Shibuya 109, or Shibuya Ichi-Maru-kyū, is one of the most famous buildings for buying trendy clothes. Other than trendy and eccentric shopping, the area is teeming with restaurants and nightlife.
This strip is also known as love hotel hill, for all hotels that offer short term stays for couples. As you come in, there is no reception desk, so you choose among those rooms available, press the button, wait for a receipt, and go to the room. Pay as you leave. After a long night out you can you can come relax to this hot springs spa, open 24/7, but only for women. In Shibuya you can also enjoy cultural time. Here at Bunkamura, you can enjoy concerts, ballets, and operas from all over the world. This is Helene Fujita, showing you Tokyo.