This weekend, the Shibuya Music Festival will be adding to the general din at various spots spread throughout Shibuya. Venues include  Shibuya Hikarie, Marui City Shibuya, Shibuya 109, Dogenzaka-dori, and Miyamasu Mitake Shrine and Shibuya Kokaido,

The music and dance offerings will range from traditional Japanese drumming to contemporary styles. Most of the events will be free while the event at Shibuya Kokaido will set you back a few thousand yen. The closest station – as you might have guessed – is Shibuya.

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