A South by South West and 10th stops from Tokyo Station, Shibuya is a town for young and young at heart people's town. Especially "SHIBUYA 109" is the world well known Fashion center and birthplace for Japanese fashion creators and entertainment trends. Landmark of Shibuya is the "Statue of Hachiko" Hachiko was extraordinary loyal dog, and Hachiko's story inherited to most of Japanese people. Hachiko has waited his master right in front of Shibuya station every day. Even after his master's death, Hachiko has waited and waited every evening for years believing his master would come back.
Hotels around Shibuya Station
Take a Walk
KOEN-DORI: Behind the Hachiko's statue, there is big crossing called "Shibuya- Kosaten"go straight towards Seibu Department store, then make left for "PARCO". Fom there, a gently sloping uphill start which is called Koen-Dori, both sides of this street, there are fashion stores boutiques and some restaurants.At the end of Koen-Dori, you'll reach National TV station called "NHK Broadcast Center" it's a worthwhile to see the inside.
You don't have too much worry. Teenager's looks are normally quite showy but gentle at heart.
NHK Studio Park
Shibuya Center Gai