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Shibuya Station’s origins can be traced back to the late 19th century. In 1885, the earliest version of the station was built as a stop on the Shinagawa Line. Over the years, Shibuya Station grew in size to accommodate an increasing number of railways. By 1938, Shibuya Station began to resemble its current form. However, the station is still being worked on to this day. The station will experience many more expansions and renovations within the coming decade.
Many of those changes will benefit Shibuya Station’s ever-growing amount of commuters. In 2004 alone, about 2.4 million passengers were serviced per day. To effectively service those many people, Shibuya station will continue to add more railways, platforms, and subways.
Naturally, Shibuya Station has a wealth of transit options for commuters to choose from. The trains and subways that run through the station are great for traveling long distances. However, Shibuya Station is also very close to a slew of bus stops and shuttle pick up locations. Tokyo is also a very pedestrian-friendly/bike-friendly city.
Shibuya Station isn’t just a train station; it’s also a pivotal piece of Japanese culture. The notorious Shibuya Incident took place right outside of Shibuya Station in 1946. This Incident was actually a massive Yakuza war that spilled out onto the streets. Unfortunately, hundreds of citizens were caught in the crossfire. Many older Japanese citizens have their own accounts of the Incident. However, Tokyo has also created several memorials and monuments to honor the deceased. Shibuya Station is also a symbol of progress and is a physical representation of Japan’s industriousness. Lastly, Shibuya Station is where an Akita named Hachiko waited for his late owner to find him until he too passed away. While you’re near this famous station in Tokyo, Bounce recommends visiting these places:
Stop by Shibuya Hikarie, a department store that’s meters away from Shibuya Station
Observe Tarō Okamoto’s “The Myth of Tomorrow” mural inside the station
Visit one of Hachiko’s statues, located next to the eponymous Hachiko Exit
Go to one of the old Green Frog carriages near the station
Take a stroll through Yoyogi Park
Attend a show at Tokyo’s famous NHK Hall
Do some shopping at Shibuya 109
Get a glimpse of the Shibuya River
Make your way to Miyashita Park
Spend some time rail-fanning at any of Shibuya Station’s platforms
Train: JR Yamanote Line for Harajuku, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Ueno, Akihabara, Tokyo, Shinagawa Lines
Subway: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line for Omotesando, Ginza, Ueno, Asakusa Lines
Shibuya, as a whole, is known as one of Japan’s most populated areas. The famous “Shibuya Crossing” refers to the large intersection in front of Shibuya Station. Every day, thousands of pedestrians cross the street as a massive congregation. You can find plenty of videos and pictures of Shibuya Crossings online. If you notice, most of the pedestrians in these videos are traveling light. That’s because it’s extremely easy to lose your bearings in Shibuya, even for people who’ve lived in Japan all their lives. That’s where Bounce comes in.
Bounce is a luggage storage service that operates every day of the week, at all hours of the day. We service travelers all around the world, in cities just like Tokyo, Japan. Our luggage storage stations are located near heavily populated areas like Shibuya Station. If you’d like to learn more about the services we offer, as well as where our nearest partners are located, download the Bounce app.
Luggage Storage Near Meiji Shrine
Long ago, Japan used to be an Imperial Nation. However, power wasn’t consolidated by one clan for quite some time. In fact, Japan had numerous leaders who all sought to mold Japan in their own way. People like Od Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu al had unique visions for Japan’s future that, incidentally, clashed with one another. It wasn’t until Emperor Meiji took power in 1867, and initiated the “Meiji Restoration” that Japan truly came into its own as an empire.
The Meiji Shrine is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and the Empress Shoken. It was destroyed during WWII but was rebuilt not long after. Find a Bounce partner to secure your baggage before you head over. Otherwise, you won’t be able to visit this historic site.
Luggage Storage Near Ota Memorial Museum of Art
Japanese woodblock printing, officially called Moku-Hanga, has achieved international popularity over the years. This ancient and elegant art style became prevalent in Japan during the 1600s. Ukiyo-e is perhaps the most popular genre of Moku-Hanga art in Japan. Ukiyo-e pieces depict people, historical events, and mythological phenomena. Enter the Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art with lots of time to look around. This museum opened in 1980 and is dedicated to preserving Ukiyo-e art.
The collection is comprised of 14,000 items. Between 70 and 100 pieces are displayed every month. A Japanese-style rock garden is found here as well. Leave your luggage and large bags with Bounce and then visit this amazing art museum.
Luggage Storage Near National Noh Theater
Noh Theater hosts one of Japan’s oldest customs still observed in the present day. Noh Theater combines interpretive dancing with extremely expressive acting. The National Noh Theater is one of the best places to go to see one of these performances. Built in 1983, this massive performing arts center can house about 591 patrons.
Performances are quite a spectacle, with elaborate dress and slow movement. Stages used to be solely outdoors but are now seen inside, too. All of the performers are male, and often, masks are a part of the costume. The price of admission is very cheap, and tickets can easily be bought online. Use Bounce to secure your possessions, then visit the National Noh Theater.
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The price for luggage storage near Shibuya Station is just HK$45/bag for the entire day.
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Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Shibuya Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Shibuya Station and in the broader Hong Kong area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.