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Shibuya Crossing, or the Scramble, is the most famous touristic spot in Japan. Situated near Shibuya Station, people cross this intersection from many directions. It is amazing to see so many crossing the road at the same time. It is quite a daunting task for first timers to walk through this chaotic crossing! It is a mystery that no one bumps into each other although 3,000 people cross the street at the same time when its most crowded. It is also a great place to see the latest fashion and trends in the cool area of Shibuya.
- Dogenzakashita, Shibuya, Tokyo
- 1-min walk from Hachiko Exit of Shibuya Station on JR Line
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500 thousand crossing everyday
There is an average of three million people who use Shibuya station daily. In addition, about 500 thousands people cross this Shibuya Crossing. It is amazing to see 3,000 people cross the street at the same time as the light turns green during peak hours! Wouldn't it be interesting to see how people cross the street here?
At the corner of Shibuya Crossing, there is a statue of Hachiko, a dog who would wait everyday for his deceased master for a long time. It is also a famous meeting spot for Japanese people. You can see people waiting for their friends and lovers.
Popular for taking photos: Starbucks!
The best place to see Shibuya Crossing is the view from Starbucks Coffee. Across the station, you will see a Starbucks on the second floor of Shibuya TSUTAYA. If you sit by the windows, you can see the Shibuya Crossing at a close distance. It is the best place to take pictures of this place!