Shibuya is perhaps the most known and visible central of Tokyo, it was the place which was well featured in American movie Lost in Translation. Shibuya crossing could be called world's busiest crossing. It is possible to see amazing masses of people in the crossing in one sight. JR Yamanote line, as well as Chyo-Sobu Line or Saikyo Line will drop you here. Plus, of course you can always use the Tokyo Metro to get to Shibuya. The famous dog Hachiko (Akita dog) is standing near the Shibuya station.
Shibuya is the place with the most coolest brand shops, and this is where you find the young people hanging out. Yoyogi Park in Shibuya as well as the Olympic Hall are common sights. And Harajuku is just around the corner here.
Nightlife in Shibuya is very active. Gaspanic, and other gaijin bars are here. It is recommended to watch out a little in Shibuya. Although Tokyo is generally a very safe place, Shibuya as well as Shinjuku's Kabukicho are getting popular for foreign criminals.
If you like shopping, Shibuya is good place, and Tokyo's second biggest Apple Store is located here (Ginza has the biggest one).
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