Shibuya Street Crossing in Tokyo, Japan
This week’s photo comes from the insanely busy streets of Shibuya in Tokyo.
The famous Shibuya pedestrian scramble, also known as an “X” Crossing or diagonal crossing, is located in front of the bustling Shibuya Station Hachikō exit and stops vehicles in all directions, allowing hundreds (if not thousands) of people to flood into the intersection.
It’s quite the sight, best viewed from the upstairs of the world’s busiest Starbucks that overlooks the heavily populated intersection. We put together a short video from our trip to Japan that does a great job showcasing the world’s busiest intersection (click here to view the video).
Read our other popular posts from Japan:
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Where is the busiest street crossing you’ve experienced?
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