Shibuya Scramble Crossing ,Qfront,Center-Gai
Shibuya Scramble Crossing was scrambled in 1973.
It is the most crowded intersection in Shibuya, one of Tokyo’s busiest shopping districts and a trendsetter.
It is also known as “the most famous intersection in the world” as a symbol of Japan’s urban landscape.
QFRONT is a commercial building located in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo. It is one of the landmarks around Shibuya Station facing the Shibuya Scramble Crossing, and the Shibuya Center Street entrance is located on the side of the building.
Shibuya Center Gai (Shibuya Center Street) is a shopping district in Udagawa-cho, Shibuya Ward, Tokyo.
It is located right in front of Shibuya Station across the scramble crossing. In particular, from the Hachiko Exit of Shibuya Station
The main street that runs westward between Inokashira-dori and Bunka-mura-dori.
These streets are also called “Main Street” or “Center Komichi”.
There are many restaurants, fast food restaurants, large record stores, game centers, and many other businesses.
These streets are often referred to as “Main Street” or “Center Komichi. The street’s common name
The slang name of the street, “Center Gai,” is derived from the name of the shopping district.
However, there is no official explanation of the origin of the name “Shibuya Center Gai”, and it is generally understood to mean “the center of Shibuya (=center)”.
However, there is no official explanation for the origin of the name “Shibuya Center-Gai,” and it is generally understood to mean “the center of Shibuya.
Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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