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Monday, July 6, 2015

The Changing of Shibuya Station

Above, the Shibuya Station of old. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

It won't be too long before the Shibuya Station we recognize (starting with Gamera 3) will be a thing of the past.

The work has begun to redevelop Shibuya Station into a modern facility with high rises.

According to RocketNews 24:
If you’ve been to Shibuya Station recently, you’ll have seen one area in particular that’s filled with crowds, noise and trucks; and it’s not the meeting place around the famous statue of Hachiko. 
It’s the massive redevelopment project currently underway to revitalise the district and deliver a completely new-looking Shibuya by 2027. Latest pictures of the next high-rise in the pipeline reveal just how amazing life in Neo-Tokyo will be.
To see what the new Shibuya Station will look like, go here.

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