Tokyo Shibuya City free walking video in UltraHD 4K – Shibuya station, shops, bars, restaurants, street musicians, and buildings.
Shibuya Free Walking UltraHD 4K Video
A Rambalac named Youtuber has filmed Shibuya City in Tokyo with an UltraHD 4K Lumix GH4 camera.
The video is starting at 7 pm at the Shibuya station, where many shops, bars, restaurants, street musicians, girls, boys, and buildings are to see.
Also, he makes a stop at the Hachiko statue (a trendy dog that has waited for his dead owner everyday day on the same point with the hope to meet him).
He takes a free walk into massive crowds and gets a fantastic atmosphere from the megapolis city with his colorful peoples.
Just take your time and enjoy the 4k video if you were self-walking there.
Content Source: Rambalac / YouTube
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