In Shibuya, there are a lot of great places to eat and shop. There are also heaps and heaps of people! It can get a little hectic at times. There are so many people that it can be difficult to walk, so watch out.
The last time I went to Shibuya (last month), there were protests against nuclear energy in Japan. It was the biggest protest I've seen. It was interesting because protesters walked across one of Japan's busiest intersections to get their point across.
At the Shibuya crossing, you'll not only see masses of people walking across the intersection in every direction, but tons of foreigners taking pictures out of amazement. It's hard to believe how many people are around!
Here's one of Japan's busiest intersections!
Watching protesters ...
If you like shopping, there are a lot of stores and shops. There's Forever 21, Zara, and Shibuya 109. My sister loves Shibuya 109. It has a lot of cute Japanese clothes, bags, and other goods. There's a men and women's 109 department store.