Stock Photo - Modern style metal entrance gate with the name of Shibuya Center Gai Street on each side, which literally means Shibuya Central District. The busiest street once intersected with Shibuya Station, it stretches for 350 meters and incorporates the adjacent streets of Bunkamura, Inokashira and Utagawa into its neighborhood. After the collapse of the old portal that caused several casualties during a typhoon in 1997, the current portal was built and in 2011 the street was renamed Basketball Street in reference to the holy place of Japanese basketball which is the Yoyogi National Gymnasium to which this street leads. The photo is taken in summer at the Tanabata Star Festival where the portal is adorned with paper decorations in the shape of shooting stars for the occasion.

Stock Photo: Modern style metal entrance gate with the name of Shibuya Center Gai Street on each side, which literally means Shibuya Central District.

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