Exploring The Shibuya Shopping and Fashion District with Kim Dao

When Australian video blogger Kim Dao visits the Shibuya shopping and fashion district in Tokyo, Japan, the experience provides great material for one of her videos.

 

This entertaining video starts with Kim Dao greeting her viewers from outside of the busy railway station in Shibuya. From there, she explores the popular and crowded area around the station.

 

As with all of Kim Dao’s videos, when you watch and listen to her friendly narrating, it’s almost as if you are enjoying a guided tour with a good friend. While Kim navigates the bustling Shibuya district, jazzy instrumental music plays in the background.

 

It’s very interesting to see some of the stores in the Shibuya district closeup, as Kim Dao points out some of her favorite shopping places. There are lots of brightly colored signs and flashing lights on the storefronts, and many of the stores maintain outdoor displays of their merchandise.

 

Kim Dao brings viewers to her favorite sushi restaurant, where a multitude of items are available for the approximate equivalent of one U.S. dollar. A visit to a Japanese dollar-style store offers views of the fascinating items that are sold there.

 

Near the end of this video, Kim Dao leads viewers into a large Japanese chain convenience store. She explains that in Japan, convenience stores often sell large selections of creative and tasty foods. Among the appetizing foods that are shown are salads, noodle dishes, breads, snack foods, prepared meals, pastries, and a wide range of beverages.

 

 

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