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Rock Club
“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. Shibuya is a center for youth fashion and culture, and its streets are the birthplace to many of Japan's fashion and entertainment trends. Over a dozen major department store branches can be found around the area catering to all types of shoppers. Most of the area's large department and fashion stores belong to either Tokyu or Seibu, two competing corporations. A prominent landmark of Shibuya is the large intersection in front of the station's Hachiko Exit. The intersection is heavily decorated by neon advertisements and giant video screens and gets flooded by pedestrians each time the crossing light turns green, making it a popular photo and movie filming spot. Shibuya Station and surroundings are undergoing major redevelopment over the coming years. On the east side of the station, a new large culture, shopping and office complex, the Shibuya Hikarie, opened in spring 2012. A year later, the Tokyu Toyoko Line platforms were moved underground, enabling through-traffic with the Fukutoshin Subway Line. Furthermore, a major redevelopment of the Shibuya Station building is now underway, including the construction of a new, 230 meter tall skyscraper with an open-air observation deck to be opened on November 1, 2019 and the move of the platforms of the JR Saikyo Line next to the platforms of the JR Yamanote Line. In addition, the pedestrian plaza on the west side of the station will be enlarged and made more pedestrian friendly in combination with a rearrangement of the bus and taxi stops. The entire project is scheduled for completion around 2027.”
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Café
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“Times Square of Tokyo. The most famous crossing of Japan where 3000 people walk at the same time. Most popular filming/photo shooting spot.”
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Steakhouse
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“Two Rooms Grill & Bar: Recommended for brunch/lunch with high quality. Super large cocktails! ”
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Cocktailbar
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“A bar where you can enjoy original cocktails carefully made by the owner bartender who has won the senior division of world championship held in Italy in 2005.”
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Indie Movie Theater
“Fans of artistic and experimental film will love this cinema in Shibuya with an exposed concrete exterior. Whether it’s shorts, feature-length films, or animations, you can experience the latest domestic and international experimental trends here. They also run one of the largest annual visual-art festivals in Japan, Image Forum Festival. They are also a distributor of magazines, books, and videos like The Angel, a hard-to-find 1982 French experimental art film directed by Patrick Bokanowski that is definitely worth seeking out! You’ll find movie flyers all up the stairs, making it a great place to learn what’s showing around town.”
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Sake Bar
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“Japanese-western foods and drinks. Lunch time is also good. Restrant & Dining.”
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Bar
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Night Club
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Gym
“Shibuya Scramble Crossing The busiest street crossing in Japan. At peak times of the day, 3,000 people enter the crossing per minute. F It is the real way to feel as if you have arrived in the big city.  ”
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Café
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“Meals and desserts, cafe both enjoy. It is also good to have open until late at night.”
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Music Venue
“It's a club so hip that they don't even have a website. Trump Room has superseded Aoyama's Le Baron de Paris as the ne plus ultra of Tokyo cool. Under a sea of chandeliers and glitterballs, the city's fashion leaders and victims alike schmooze, booze and boogie to music that feels almost like an afterthought.”
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Bar
“Wander around the ramshackle street of Nonbei Yokocho ('Drunkard's Alley’) where you'll find rows of tiny bars – some so small that they only fit four or five people at a time. ”
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Beer Garden
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