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Published on 04.27.2016
Travelling to Japan is a wonderful experience. Japan is one of the most visited country in the whole world. Aside to its best preserved shrines, amazing natural landscapes, efficient public transportations, and delicious food, there are places which are still worth a visit.
Tokyo is a massive and cosmopolitan city. It's difficult to imagine that its finest attraction is a street corner. Rumoured to be the world's busiest, the intersection in front of Shibuya Station is famously the most identifiable landmark in Tokyo known as the "Shibuya Crossing". It is an unquestioned must-visit for any trip to Tokyo.
Walking across the famous intersection, you will see lights turn red, the zig-zag crosswalks are buried under an avalanche of footfalls as thousands of people try to cross simultaneously non-stop. These people may contain teenagers, tourists, workmen, office attire people, school kids, and other well known professionals. It's hypnotic especially when witnessed and viewed from above of a building. The best spot to view this popular crossing is Starbucks. However, many other tourists believe you can viewed the best spot is Shibuya Excel Hotel's elevators.
Shibuya is a youth-oriented neighborhood. Tourists of any age almost always enjoy Shibuya. Shibuya attractions include many department stores and shopping malls filled with boutiques and fashion stuff. The area is so impressive as it features some of the best restaurants to eat, shopping, beauty salons, entertainment, clubs, and nightlife in the city. It is also a major business hub and transport centre.
Across the road from Shibuya station is Centre Gai. It is the busiest and most youth-focused street in Shibuya. It's full of neon lights, advertising boards, and giant TV screens, game arcades, music shops, karaoke rooms and other entertainment.
More than anything else, Shibuya is a place of bright colours and loud noises - a non-stop carnival day and night.
Music: Tom Fosten
Source: Japan Travel