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This site provides information on Shibuya Ward in general.

Shibuya Ward has a wide range from Shibuya Station to Ebisu, Daikanyama, Omotesando, and Harajuku, and each area has many sightseeing spots, attractions, and features.

In the articles on this site, we will introduce not only the outline, history, and traffic conditions of Shibuya Ward, but also the huge shopping facilities of Shibuya Ward, recommended museums, and the legend of Hachiko at Shibuya Station.

In addition, Shibuya Ward tends to be spotlighted in downtown areas and huge complex facilities, but there are also many quaint old-fashioned shops and shopping streets. We are also focusing on shops rooted in such areas and long-established shops.

We hope you will find out about the charm of Shibuya Ward.

A Crazy City and Casino

Shibuya City and the Casino are not the same place at all times. It can be very difficult to navigate the city and the casino at the same time. When visiting Shibuya, you should definitely consider the option of renting a car so you can explore both locations. There are plenty of transportation options in and around Shibuya City and the Casino, all you have to do is ask your local transportation provider what they recommend for you to do first.

A Shibuya tour without visiting the casino at, would not make much sense, so don’t miss out on this opportunity. The Shibuya underground complex is probably one of the most interesting areas in all of Japan and exploring it with a group of friends will provide some memorable moments. Once inside, one can wander through the tunnels and see some beautiful art work.

If you’re interested in gambling, you should definitely head to the Shibuya Central Park first. This is where all of the gambling takes place, and there are always a number of tables available for everyone to play. It is also a great place to try your luck at slot machines and other games. This is also a great place to go for a picnic and relax while watching the world go by. This is also a great place to buy souvenirs for friends and family back home.

The Shibuya Coast is a great place to visit also. The whole area is beautiful, and there are dozens of wonderful little restaurants to choose from. There is always something to eat and drink while traveling along the coast. The whole area has an atmosphere that is loose and casual. There are no strict rules, so you can really get lost if you don’t know where to go or what to do.

Shibuya City can get very busy during the weekends, so plan your visit for a weekday if possible. The best days to visit are Wednesday and Thursday, when traffic is relatively light. On any given weekday, there will be many people on the streets, but the crowds get thinner as the day goes on. You can walk down any of the main streets of Shibuya and look at all the interesting things that are going on. Shibuya truly is a unique and interesting place to visit, and there is plenty to do and see in this huge city!

No matter which route you decide to take, you will never get tired in this wonderful city. There is always something to see and do in Shibuya. Even if you just take a day trip out of town to visit the Shibuya Coast, you will still have a great time. There are tons of great things to see and do in this huge city! If you want to escape the everyday routine and just get away for a few days, then this is a great place for you to go!