Shibuya Station, located in Tokyo’s Shibuya-ku, is a terminal for a number of different rail lines: the JR Yamanote and Saikyo lines; the Tokyu Toyoko, Den’entoshi, and Keio Inokashira lines; and the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Hanzomon lines. It is a prominent downtown area of Tokyo rivaling Ginza, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro and Asakusa. Shibuya is unique in that every street and area in the district has a completely different atmosphere. The Center Gai is Shibuya’s main pedestrian crossing. It is always busy and stops all vehicles in all directions to allow pedestrains to cross. It is crowded with a multitude of shops, including youth fashion shops, fast food restaurants, and game centers, and it is famous as the place where new trends are born that quickly spread among the youth nationwide. It is always crowded day and night, mostly with teenagers, and you can get a direct feel for today’s Japanese fashion trends there. There are several interesting landmarks in Shibuya, with each giving off a different vibe.