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Points of Interest
Shibuya is one of Tokyo's younger and trendier districts. Known for launching domestic and international fashion trends, Shibuya is frequented by students and fashionistas in their early 20s and 30s. In more recent years, a number of new media startups and gaming ventures have launched or relocated to the area, earning it the moniker "Bit Valley." Outside of the district's main train station, Shibuya crossing is a major intersection that serves as a street fashion hub and offers a 360-degree view of the district's most prominent landmarks. Heavily trafficked Hachiko crossing is named after a wistful story about a dog that waited years at the station for his late master to return.
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Past, present and future are only subway stops apart in Tokyo, where you can stroll past Buddhist temples in Asakusa and the imperial palace in Marunuchi, recall geisha days in Roppongi bars and hostess clubs, see the latest in startups and street fashion in Shibuya, and glimpse ahead of the curve with gadgets and underground anime in the Electric Town of Akihabara.
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