Shibuya is one of the most vibrant and lively areas of Tokyo. This area is daily flooded with crowds of visitors, rushing to numerous shops, restaurants, and nightclubs. Here businessmen are running to the meetings, Japanese women shop fashionable clothes, and white collars get drunk after work.
The streets of this district have become the source of many trends in Japanese youth fashion, culture, and entertainment.There are two major competitor corporations – Tokyu or Seibu – which own huge department stores and shopping centers in Shibuya. They offer fashionable clothes, accessories, interior items, and other goods, competing for the attention and money of the Japanese and tourists.
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