This is Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo, it’s the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing with 2500 people crossing at a time.
Back in 1885 they first opened the station for one line. It wasn’t as busy as it it these days! As time passes, things change... over the years the station became more an more popular and they expanded to serve for over 8 different metro lines.
If you look around outside you’ll probably see a dog statue, that is in memory to Hachikō who lived in this area with his owner, a professor in the 1920s. Hachikō was such a loyal dog, he waited at this station eyery day for the professor to come back after work. One day he did not return, he suddenly passed away and the dog didn’t know obviously, but he kept coming to that place for 9 following years, every day! One of the professors students spread the story about Hachikō’s loyalty. It got so much attention that they erected the canine’s spirit outside the station in 1934. Lovely ☺️ isn’t it?