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Shibuya

Shibuya is a quarter of Shibuya-ku[?], which is part of Tokyo, Japan. It sets the latest fashion style in Japan. People can get to Shibuya by Tokyu Toyoko line, Inokashira line, JR Yamanote line, Hanzomon and Ginza metropolitan subway, or metropolitan bus.

Shibuya has achieved great popularity among young people in the last 30 years. There are several famous fashion department stores in Shibuya, but the most famous one is called "Shibuya-109(ichimarukyuu)". This department store is very popular among young people, especially teens, and it is famous with its unique fashion called "Gal-fashion". Now many elementary school children are starting to enjoy the fashion in Shibuya as well, wearing colorful boot-cut jeans, platform sneakers, and vivid colored tops.

Shibuya is also famous for its crossing, which is located in front of Shibuya station. A surprising number of people are always waiting for the signal to change to green. Furthermore, the scrambled crossing is famous for three large TV screens, which are on the buildings facing the crossing.



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