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Other Sightseeing Spots in Shibuya / Harajuku / Omotesando Area

  • Takeshita Street
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1
    Continuing from Harajuku Station to Meiji-dori Avenue it is a popular street to mainly young people. Talent shops, unique fashions and stores crowd the 350-meter street. It is a one minute walk from the nearest Harajuku station. It is a wonderful spot to have crepe in one hand and enjoy shopping.
  • Cat Street
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae
    “Cat Street” connects Shibuya and Harajuku. In the trend setting Harajuku and Omotesando area, Cat Street is lined with particularly unique shops stocking many street-style fashion brands. It is an eight-minute walk from Meiji-jingumae Station. There are fashionable and tasty cafes and restaurants which are always crowded with young customers.
  • Shibuya Center-gai shopping street
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou
    The Shibuya Center-gai shopping street got its start when the entire area in front of Shibuya Station was renovated as part of a town planning project launched in 1955. Located in the heart of busy Shibuya, the street is constantly bustling--some 50,000 people visit the area on weekdays and 70,000 on weekends and holidays. The bronze statue of the famously loyal dog Hachiko, a popular meeting spot, was unveiled in a grand ceremony all the way back in 1934.
  • Meijijingu Gaien, Ginko Trees
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Kitaoyama 2
    Famous ginko trees which stretch from Aoyama-dori Street all the way to Meiji-jingu Gaien. This is a popular filming location for movies and TV dramas and Japan's No. 1 spot for viewing autumn leaves. 146 ginko trees form a beautiful yellow tunnel in the fall. There are more ginko trees at Aoyama, which is a great location for a fashionable metropolitan atmosphere. View the autumn leaves between November and December when the Meiji-jingu Gaien Icho Matsuri Ginko Festival is held every year and food stands line the streets.
  • SHIBUYASKY
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shibuya 2-24
  • Fire Tori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1
  • Brahms Noshokei
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1
  • Aoyama killer Tori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae
  • Spain Zaka
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho
  • kimuouzaka
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shibuya 2-chome
  • Hachimansaka (Shibuya)
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shibuya 3-chome
  • nankakuzaka
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Higashi 2-chome
  • Yellow Street
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1-chome
  • Penguin Dori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho
  • Sandwich Road
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou
  • Mukokusekidori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou
  • Kuyakusho Dori
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    Tokyo Shibuya Udagawacho
  • Fire Tori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1-chome
  • Bunkamuradori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Dogenzaka 2-chome
  • Inogashira Dori
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho

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