For those of you who have been watching from before, welcome back to TOKYO 4.0, for those of you who its the first time seeing this CJ, welcome to TOKYO 4.0 and I hope you come back for more.
In this update I will like to present to you the Shuto-Expressway #3 Line (aka. Shibuya Line), and the area around it.
Above: lets being from the East Exit of Shibuya Station.
Below: The Shibuya Cross Tower stands next to the #3 Line.
Above: Shibuya Cross Tower
Above: going further East, deeper into the city.
Below: The Shibuya Line goes under the Aoyama School.
Above: its a short tunnel, but from around here the area becomes more residential. But the bustle of Shibuya is not far from here.
Above: the homes in central Tokyo, all cramped up together.
Below: the massive Aoyama Grave Yard. Like the homes the graves are also cramped together.
Above: its quiet in Aoyama, but in the above picture its Shibuya, and here the neon lights of Tokyo just add to the bustle and jumble.
Below: this is the area around the National Stadium and a little north of the Aoyama area. (the real stadium is a lot older, and looks kinda like a smaller version of Camp Nou, but I don't have that so... Kashima Stadium. orz)
Above: you can really tell the Japanese peoples love for baseball. There are two baseball stadium here, and there are a further 6 baseball fields next to these two stadiums as well. There's also a football stadium next to this little complex as well. All part of the former Olympic Complex.