Shibuya (渋谷) is one of the twenty-three city wards of Tokyo, but often refers to just the popular shopping and entertainment area found around Shibuya Station. In this regard, Shibuya is one of Tokyo's most colorful and busy districts, packed with shopping, dining and nightclubs serving swarms of visitors that come to the district everyday.
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Harajuku: If you're a fashion geek, this is just for you. Especially on Takeshita Street.
Meiji Jingu: A very famous Shinto shrine where there is a lot to learn about Japanese history and a great place to take a nature walk right in the middle of Tokyo
Yoyogi Park: A popular gathering place for rock bands,ugglers, comedians, martial arts clubs, cosplayers and other subculture and hobby groups. During the spring, thousands of people visit the park to enjoy the cherry blossom during hanami. The landscaped park has picnic areas, bike paths, cycle rentals and public sport courts.
Shibuya Crossing: The world's biggest intersection
Hachiko: A statue of a famous dog who during the early 20th century who would wait for his owner everyday at the Shibuya Crossing even after his owner died. Hachiko would do so everyday until his own death. Many people line up everyday to take a picture by Hachiko's statue at the Shibuya Station
Dogenzaka: Many nightclubs, karaoke bars, shops, and izakaya are on this street. An izakaya is a Japanese style pub that is a casual after work place to eat and drink.
Disney Store (If kids on the tour are interested and would like to buy something from the Disney store)
Depachika: amazing food hall
Yebisu Garden Tower: one of Tokyo's most pleasant cities within the city. Consisting of roughly a dozen buildings and skyscrapers, it features a large array of restaurants and shops including a Mitsukoshi department store, the Westin Tokyo hotel, the Michelin 3-star Chateau Restaurant Taillvent-Robuchon, offices, residential space and a photography museum.
I will be showing the busy life of Shibuya on a daily basis, the mixture of old and modern culture of Japan, and the many attractions in Tokyo. Tokyo has many different attractions and many of them are particularly in Shibuya. Since it can be difficult for those traveling to Tokyo for the first time to find a place to see for themselves, I will be showing people around so that they can have an easier time finding what they would like to do during their stay in Tokyo. I hope that my tourists that I am taking can get the best aspect out of old and modern Japanese culture in Shibuya that can tell their friends about and know what's available to them during the rest of their stay in Tokyo.
Transportation, food, shopping, and karaoke if anyone wants to do karaoke
Shibuya may be a great place to have a fun time and there are many great sights to see. As long as you are able to have fun in a responsible manner, you're always in for a good time in Shibuya. If you enjoy spending time in Manhattan, I guarantee that you will love Shibuya.