日本での一年間

August 13, 2008

Shibuya Crossing

Filed under: Tokyo places, Yamanote-Sen — myyearinjapan @ 11:10 pm

I know I already posted pictures of Shibuya, but I went there again and took some new, better pictures. Shibuya Crossing is allegedly the busiest intersection in the world. It feels like Tokyo’s Time Square with its tall buildings covered with huge video screens.

During the day

During the day

Shibuya 109 building at night

Shibuya 109 building at night

The Shibuya 109 building is famous as a hot spot for fashion. Actually, it’s about a block away from Shibuya crossing. The 109-2 building however is actually at Shibuya crossing. While the 109 building has lots of stores for women, the 109-2 building has shopping for men.

Shibuya crossing at night

Shibuya crossing at night

Shibuya crossing from above

Shibuya crossing from above

Actually, this doesn’t look that busy for Shibuya crossing…

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3 Comments »

  1. Listen, you. it’s “its”, not it’s.

    nice pictures so far, thanks for NOT telling me.

    And were the clothes at Shibuya expensive?

    Comment by Asaf — August 25, 2008 @ 12:22 am

  2. oh, thank you for the grammar correction. My grammar has been falling apart without immersion in English.

    Glad that you were able to find my blog. Sorry for not telling! I forget who I’ve told and who I haven’t.

    As for the clothes in Shibuya, some of them are quite expensive and some of them are reasonable. There are a ton of tiny stores in the 109 building and the prices vary a lot.

    Comment by myyearinjapan — August 25, 2008 @ 3:01 pm

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