#113: Shibuya (Semiweekly-pedia of Japan)

  

#113: Shibuya (category: downtown)

Shibuya Japan

Shibuya is one of the largest downtowns in Tokyo (refer to #036), along with Shinjuku (refer to #111) and Ikebukuro (refer to #112). Japanese late-teen girls love this town, especially the department store named 109 (pronounced as "ichi-maru-kyu" or just "maru-kyu").

In front of Shibuya Station stands the statue of Hachiko, the most famous dog in Japanese history. You might know him because the story of this dog was made into a movie titled "Hachi: A Dog's Tale" in 2009, starring Richard Gere.

Shibuya

(Monday, April 28th, 2014)    See Archive

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