Shibuya

It was the sleek storefront and tiny pink neon sign that first drew me in. It was the inviting, chic and admittedly slightly pretentious, café, however, which made me curious enough to stay. 
Perhaps the world’s biggest city, population-wise, doesn’t fit into most people’s idea of a paradise. Even for the people of Japan, Tokyo is not everyone’s cup of tea.
Shibuya Crossing is one of the most iconic cityscapes in Tokyo. Similar to New York City’s Times Square, this “scramble” is a popular meeting spot for locals and tourists alike.