Trips and Itineraries for Shibuya
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Time required: 3 Hours (2 PM-5PM)Cost: 500*2= 1000 YenLine: Fukutoshin Line from Shinjuku station to Kita- Sando stationTake a break and familiarize yourself with the roots of Japan by exploring Meiji Jingu Shrine. The sight of this large wooden gate will guide you straight into the shrine.For 500 yen, you can enter the ‘Treasure House’, and view many of the Emperor and Empress’ belongings, including their personal carriage.If you continue farther up the road, you will see another torii gate to your left. The Inner Garden is hidden in the forest beyond the gate and is known to be a ‘power spot’, so you can upgrade your spiritual status (or something like that) while enjoying the view of a wide range of flowers, for an entrance fee of 500 yen. (Leave by 4.20 PM)
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
Time required: 1.5 Hours (5 PM-7 PM)Line: Odeo Line from Tochomae station to Tokyo Metro BuildingSurvey the city 202m above ground from the observation deck of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building – on a clear day you may catch a glimpse of Mt Fuji. Come at dusk to catch spectacular sunsets and the city burst into neon-lit action. (Leave by 7 PM)North Observatory: 9:30 to 23:00 and South Observatory: 9:30 to 17:30
Time required: 1 Hour (8 PM-9PM)Line: Oedo line - Tochomae Station to Aoyama-itchome Station; Hanzoman Line- Aoyama-itchome Station to Shibuya stationEvery few minutes a wave of humanity flows across Shibuya Crossing. Join the masses or stand back and watch. An ideal vantage point is the bridge corridor linking Shibuya Station with the Shibuya Mark City complex.