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“Grab a coffee at the starbucks here to watch the the worlds busiest crossing in front of Shibuya station. Worth a look”
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Rock-Klub
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“The peaceful oasis in the centre of shibuya. Café, food and drink are substantial. business hour Until 29:00.”
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“Down a little side street, neon sign outside in orange. I don't recommend it! The cats are pissed off, and it's like a garish hospital waiting room. Still ... I know you won't listen! Enjoy! MEEEOW”
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“One of the famous meeting places for Japanese people, Hachiko, is a well-known sightseeing spot for visitors. There are thousands of people waiting and chatting in font of the bronze statue of Hachi every day. Right next to it’s the scramble crossing-one of the busiest intersections in the world. It’s suggested that maximum of 3,000 people cross this street during a single green light and a total of 500,000 people walk by each day. Try crossing the street and you’ll be amazed that a not single person bumps into each other without speeding down. Whenever you go, there are visitors with phones or cameras in their hands to get a snap of Shibuya located on the top of Starbucks, a perfect place.”
  • Von 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
“ stylish cafe. best place to learn japanese "cafe culture". Really cool cafe in Shibuya with a coffee, (alcoholic) drinks, dessert, and small lunch menu. I'm not sure how to describe the style of the cafe, but it has a modern/1960's woodgrain influence that I like. If you're lucky, you can grab the couch and small table by the window for your small group and people watch out of the front window. They're open late too, so go hang out after the clubs!”
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