Shibuya is one of the 23 city wards of Tokyo and also a shopping and entertainment spot for locals and tourists too. This neighborhood is situated to the west of Tokyo and is one of the most colorful and busiest districts offering many fashion and entertainment trends. This district is renowned for large department and fashion stores. An important landmark of Shibuya is the Hachiko Exit, the large intersection in front of this exit, decorated with neon advertisements and giant video screens. Some of the major attractions here include Tobacco & Salt Museum, Bunkamura, TEPCO Electric Power Museum, Hachiko Statue and Spain Slope.