In the heart of Shibuya night is free and partied.
Shibuya, one of Tokyo’s most vibrant neighborhoods, rekindle its neon lights, giant screens and oversized billboards and Shibuya Crossing becomes a night for the busiest crossroads of the world by pedestrians (and photographers).
Employees (es) models parading the same crossroads in the morning “white shirts and suits” have swapped their suits for trendy clothes at the time and are going back from the crossroads for the party. The modest yet opened grocer tries to take advantage of the crowd to make the last business of the night. Homosexuals freely assert their femininity and girls the same way to proudly display in their super sexy outfits.
The station, it exposes more modestly small statue of Hachikō dog on her place and permanently paint Myth of Tomorrow in its corridors.
Some will end the night lying on the sidewalk was empty of excess alcohol.
The party already ends in Shibuya.
Subways bring their last passengers before midnight. But it always comes back to Shibuya …