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This shrine was given the name of 'Togo Hehachiro', who was general in Taisyo age..
This shrine was given the name of 'Togo Hehachiro', who was general in Taisyo age.
Japan, 〒150-0001 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya-ku, Jingūmae, 1 Chome−5−３
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This gigantic tower resembling a granite Empire State Building, south of the station, is owned by NTT DoCoMo, Japan's largest cell-phone carrier
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This peculiar institution owes its existence to Japan's peculiar government monopoly on these two substances
A large public garden, and one of the most popular places for viewing cherry blossoms in the spring
A diminutive statue of a dog tucked away in one corner of the big plaza outside the station, best known as a meeting place and for the story (see box)
The narrow street leading away from the station to the left of the giant video screen, it's famous as the birthplace of many of Japan's youth fashion trends
More remarkable for its location than its appearance, but it's a nice place to take a breather