It’s been a while since we have had a Shibuya Streets series. The weekends are always busy with foot traffic and with a spare hour, I took a walk out to test my a new camera. Some of the shots I was very pleased with, others got to test out the ‘delete’ button function. The delete function is probably the one I have best mastered now with this camera.
Here are the shots with some brief comments to give you a feel for Shibuya from the street.
I remember traveling to New York some years ago and being surprised at how different the street fashions and street manners were to a comparable big city like Tokyo. It never gets boring watching the movement of the city.
After all those trucks, it’s nice to see the Hachiko small community bus get a chance to hit the road.
That’s a quick round up for this version of Shibuya Streets. There is always a lot of activity in Shibuya, particularly around the crossing. The fashions and the movements of people are fascinating to watch.
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