Vue du carrefour de Shibuya, Tokyo, Japon.

The Shibuya crossing, also known as the Shibuya scramble, is without a doubt one of the most famous pedestrian crossings in the world. More than people pass through per day and a whooping people cross every green light.

Shibuya is one of the most famous and busiest shopping and entertainment centers in Tokyo. ヽ(^。^)丿 >▽< Art by Little Miss Paintbrush Version Voyages, www.versionvoyages.fr

Shibuya is one of the most famous and busiest shopping and entertainment centers in Tokyo, Japan

The best 15 things to do in Shibuya, Tokyo - There are so many things to do in Shibuya beyond the famed pedestrian scramble. Find out what to do in Shibuya and what are the best star attractions.

The best 15 things to do in Shibuya, Tokyo

The best 15 things to do in Shibuya, Tokyo - There are so many things to do in Shibuya beyond the famed pedestrian scramble. Find out what to do in Shibuya and what are the best star attractions.

Shibuya, Tokyo

Shibuya, Tokyo where I lived with my girlfriend in a beautiful garden home for twelve years.

50 Exemples de l'incroyable Architecture japonaise moderne (14)

50 Exemples de l'incroyable Architecture japonaise moderne

The building here titled "Ebisu East Gallery" in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is a combination of modern contemporary architecture and brutalism.

Explore Tokyo: A guide to shopping and entertainment in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.

Explore Tokyo: Shibuya Guide

The Shibuya area in Tokyo is a popular district for shopping, entertainment and nightlife. It’s located between the equally popular Shinjuku and Harajuku areas and a good central point to st…

Tokyo, Shibuya, Statue de Hachiko : Une statue très célèbre au Japon.

Hachikō statue (ハチ公) located in Shibuya, Tokyo. This is a statue of a dog who waited for his master to come home on the afternoon train. Still, the dog waited at the same time every day for years, until he died.

A place in Japan, Shibuya! Lovely road with alot of Sakura trees :) So romantic for lovers <3

It's now cherry blossom (sakura) season in Japan and is the national flower. Ever since Japan gave the US cherry trees back in it is celebrated every year at the National Cherry Blossom Festival.

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