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Moyai Statue, Shibuya

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
1.1/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
A popular quiet meeting place and a landmark near a busy Shibuya Station, Moyai Statue is a giant two-faced stone head springing up from a sprawling mini-garden. A donation from Niijima, a volcanic Japanese island in the Philippine Sea, this sculpture sits in sharp contrast to its surroundings. Erected in 1980 to mark the 100th anniversary of Tokyo as the capital of Japan, this tiny attraction makes a nice short stopover. Before you head to Tokyo, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Tokyo trip itinerary builder, to make sure you see all that Tokyo has to offer, including Moyai Statue.
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  • Statue of doubt that has cultural and historical value rather than a concrete chunk (and also say is only on the neck) is. Where is there... you have established here and the image of the real atmosphere and shape different? Can not understand. Although, to me, sense of beauty and talent they have, and.
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  • Shibuya Hachiko differs from town meeting place is. Hachi more than spot for many people is a little hard to find, so don't know. Once Hachiko, meeting here, not anywhere, try using.
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  • Hachiko is say and meet in the Shibuya scramble crossing, next to the overwhelming majority is the moyai statue of was relatively uncrowded and easy-to-find a partner
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