At Shibuya Crossing, hundreds (and sometimes even thousands) of people cross in various directions. Called “Scramble Crossing” in Japan, Shibuya Crossing is one of the busiest intersections in the world. You can find many tourists taking photos and videos at the intersection, in awe at the disorderly yet well-coordinated swarm of people moving in all directions. To see Shibuya Crossing from above, visit the rooftop floor of MAGNET by Shibuya 109, a building right by the intersection.
2-2 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
【Shinjuku Sta.】JR Yamanote Line / for Shibuya →【Shibuya Sta.】→ about a 3-minute walk
【Tokyo Sta.】Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line / for Ogikubo →【Akasaka-mitsuke Sta.】Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / for Shibuya →【Shibuya Sta.】→ about a 3-minute walk
【Narita Airport】Narita Express / for Shinjuku →【Shibuya Sta.】→ about a 3-minute walk
【Haneda Airport】Keikyu Airport Line KAITOKU / for Inba Nihon-idai →【Shinagawa Sta.】JR Yamanote Line / for Shibuya →【Shibuya Sta.】→ about a 3-minute walk