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NO/28 TACKLING TOKYO

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The colourful Shibuya district is everything the movie Lost in Translation made it out to be… and more. It prides itself on offering some of the best nightlife in Tokyo – karaoke, arcades, clubbing, shopping and restaurants. Its position on the Yamanote Line makes the stop just a few minutes away from Harajuku, Omotesando, Meguro, Roppongi and Shinjuku. It also has direct transport options to both Haneda and Narita airports.

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