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Rumoured for being the busiest in the world, this intersection is located across from Shibuya Station and it is the most famous pedestrian crossing in the world

 

Shibuya Crossing is like sending people in every direction with every change of light at the traffic light. Sometime at peak times with more than thousand people cross at once, coming from all directions at the same time, but still managing to dodge each other with a practical and indifferent agility..

 

The famous Starbucks cafe has a beautiful view of the intersection of Shibuya. It's worth stopping for a moment to see the aerial view of the crowds at Starbucks.

 

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Shibuya - Tokyo - Japan 2014

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The busy Shibuya street crossing in Tokyo, where up to 2,500 people can transition at every green light. Even though this image looks chaotic, the journey across the street is perfectly ordered.

 

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Tokyo, Japan 2013

At the Shibuya crossing, Tokyo, Japan.

This is a bit of a cliche shot for the spot but it's fun to take. The crossing is in Shibuya, Toyko, and is thought to be one of the busiest crossings in the world.

World famous and always amazing at night.

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Shibuya (渋谷区) is a special ward in Tokyo, Japan.

The name "Shibuya" is also used to refer to the shopping district which surrounds Shibuya Station, one of Tokyo's busiest railway stations. This area is known as one of the fashion centers of Japan, particularly for young people, and as a major nightlife area.

 

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View of the busiest crossing in the world from the 25th floor, so cool!

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Pedestrians at the Shibuya Scramble Crossing

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SHIBUYA SCRAMBLE CROSSING

 

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Wooow a Vespa !!!

  

Panning at Hachiko Crossing, Shibuya, Tokyo

 

I think I will elect this my best shot of the year...

It is not the most meaningful for me, but I like really a lot hoe it came out !!!

 

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Many people are walking on the crossing in the colourful rain.

 

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November 9th, 2013

Scramble Crossing, Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, Japan

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This intersection torments me, and has done so for many years. I have always wanted to get that one great shot of it, but I never quite get the results I want, either the glowing ads are boring and all wrong, or the mix of traffic and people are not right and I spend too long thinking about it and not taking the shot. Thought I would share this one, though the highlights are blown out a bit, that biker to the right really got my eye.

Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo

 

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The famous Shibuya cross walk outside the metro station is supposedly the busiest crosswalk in the world. I tried to give a sense of the crowds that literally attack the walk from all sides once the light turns green. I have no idea where they come form but its really a sight to be seen. I tried to show to the before and after with this diptych.

Shibuya Crossing - Tokyo - Japan 2014

09 winter/Shibuya crossing

 

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