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Shibuya center gai「渋谷センター街」

If you give me 1 day in Tokyo, I'll take you to Shibuya. If you give me 1 hour in Tokyo, I'll take you to Shibuya. If you give me 1 min in Tokyo... It'll be Shibuya.

Tokyo is not a monumental city in the sense of Rome or Paris, where there are clear sights that one must see surrounded by charming streets and little corners, tucked away the crowds here and there, often by and for the locals. In Tokyo anything can happen, but you can never tell where, how or why. 

Tokyo is a magic tale where all the people you cross by, play a character.

Tokyoites are one-of-a-kind enchantment that often foreign eyes are best at appreciating, simply because just like with any other kind of striking beauty, it comes to a point when you get used to it. Somehow, I never did. Somehow, I felt the urge to come by on weekly basis, just to feel the city heartbeat, to look at the bright lights, to get lost in the crazy crowd, to believe anything is possible as long as you work hard enough for it.
Shibuya beats from the heart at the Hachiko crossing into Yoyogi, Meiji-Jingu, Harajuku, Omotesando, the Cat street and everything in between - are you ready for it?

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