is the most popular fashion and consumer electronics shopping in Tokyo,
and underneath all the glamour and glitz, there lies even more glamour and
glitz. 109 Shibuya, the hallmark cylindrical building on the corner
is packed with a mixture of the trendiest and oddest fashions, many out of
date with the United States. For the television commercial fans out
there, Applied Materials filmed their commercial in one of the large
intersections in Shibuya and LLNN pretty much tried to do the same.
Additional interests to be observed were the constant rolling billboards
for the latest products, a popular meeting place which features the statue
of Hachikou a faithful dog who waited for his master even after his death
back in 1925, and of course, the multitudes of smaller shopping stores,
fancy restaurants, and posh cafes overlooking the busy intersections.
Comic Market 60
[Shibuya Gallery 1] [Shibuya Gallery 2] [Shibuya Gallery 3] [Shibuya Gallery 4] [Shibuya Gallery 5] [Shibuya Gallery 6]
[Akihabara Tour] [Shibuya Tour] [Shinjuku Tour]