Planning to visit Tokyo? Put the Shibuya district on your itinerary. It is renowned as the epicenter of Japan’s youth culture.
Here, those in their tweens to twenties brandish the latest fashion and entertainment trends, as they traverse Japan’s most famous intersection, Shibuya Crossing, the busiest street crossing in the world.
Shibuya Station and its surroundings are currently undergoing a major redevelopment, as they realize a “Shibuya-style urban life” that combines “working,” “playing,” and “living.” Their latest vision began with SHIBUYA SCRAMBLE SQUARE, which quickly established itself as an iconic new landmark after its opening in 2019.
Towering over 750 feet, this 47-story development broke records to become the tallest skyscraper in the Shibuya neighborhood. For the best views of the city, don’t miss SHIBUYA SKY, a glass-walled observation deck with locations on the 14th, 45th, 46th and rooftop floors. You can see 360-degree views of the city and even Mt. Fuji on clear days.
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