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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Beyond Shibuya Crossing

Above, a view of Shibuya from Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

One of the more popular areas of Tokyo for locals and visitors is Shibuya.

Many of Shibuya's more notable landmarks found their way into some kaiju movies and got themselves demolished.

Channel NewsAsia has an article on things to see and do when one gets further away from Shibuya Station.

They begin with:
When you think of Shibuya, the Shibuya crossing, Hachiko statue and 109 building come to mind. Now, find out about some other lesser-known attractions that are well worth a visit, especially for couples. 
Unlike the famous sightseeing spots, these recommendations are further away from Shibuya station. The further you travel away, the more you can discover unique and wonderful spots. If you like to walk, great! If not, taking the bus or taxi are fair options.
To read more, go here

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