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Shibuya is a lively district located in Tokyo, surrounded by popular areas such as Ebisu, and Daikanyama. The district is renowned for its fashion, entertainment, and nightlife scenes, making it a popular destination for a young and trendy crowd. Shibuya is home to many department stores, boutiques, and cafes, as well as several iconic landmarks such as the The Hachiko Statue, honoring the most loyal dog in Japan and the Shibuya Crossing.

Shibuya is not only a popular destination for entertainment, fashion, and nightlife but also a transportation hub with excellent access to different parts of Tokyo. Its famous Shibuya Crossing is a meeting point for many commuters and tourists, and the Shibuya Station serves several train lines, including the JR Yamanote Line and the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, making it one of the busiest stations in Tokyo.

The area has a mix of residential and commercial spaces, with high-rise buildings dominating the skyline. Despite being a lively area, Shibuya also has peaceful neighborhoods like Shoto. Shoto is an upscale residential area that offers a sense of exclusivity and tranquility within the bustling city of Tokyo. The neighborhood is characterized by its spacious and luxurious properties, often featuring beautiful gardens and green spaces.

Due to its popularity, properties in Shoto can be among the most expensive in Shibuya. The area attracts a wealthy and affluent community, with many expats and Japanese elites calling it home. Despite being a quiet residential area, it is located close to Shibuya’s bustling shopping and entertainment districts, offering a perfect balance between peace and convenience.

Access: Shibuya Station (Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line and Toyoko Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon, Fukutoshin and Ginza Line)