What is it? The madness that is the Shibuya crossing is a quintessential Tokyo experience – but first, go pet Hachiko, the statue erected in memory of the world’s most loyal dog. Then, cross the scramble and head up to the Shibuya Sky observation deck at Shibuya Scramble Square for the best views.
Why go? Enjoy a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the busy junction below from 230 metres above ground, plus 360-degree views of the entire Shibuya area from the open-air sky deck. You might even be able to spot Mt Fuji on a clear day. Don’t forget to snap a photo from at the ‘Sky Edge’, a corner where you can look down at the cityscape below without any obstruction.Don’t miss: At night, you'll be able to see a light show called the 'Crossing Light' as 18 beams illuminate the city sky.