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With this summer’s trip to Japan, I managed to cross another item off The List:

#14. Visit Tokyo.

Here’s a time-lapse video of the intersection at Hachiko Exit of Shibuya Station. It would have been great to set up camp at the Starbucks cafe this video was shot at for 24 hours, to get an entire day worth of footage. But for some reason Anniken didn’t want to spend 24 hours of her vacation looking at an intersection. So this is about 15 minutes compressed down to 18 seconds. Keep in mind that this is far from the busiest time of day, and you’ll find much better videos on YouTube.


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