Filipino man goes viral for walking down Tokyo’s ‘Sibuyas’ Crossing with an onion

To properly tick Tokyo off the holiday bucket list, one would have to already cross the world-famous intersection, Shibuya Crossing.

For the uninitiated, Shibuya Crossing is one of Tokyo’s busiest landmark, with numerous pedestrians scrambling across from all directions right outside the city’s Shibuya Station. You could call it Japan’s own Times Square. 

On his first trip to Japan, 31-year-old Filipino entrepreneur Reece Hugo took on the crosswalk with a fun little twist from back home. 

In a clip of his walkthrough on Facebook on Friday (Nov 15), Hugo making his way through the crowd with an onion in his hand. 

Why an onion? Because the tagalog word for onion is “sibuyas”. Get it? Sibuyas, Shibuya. 

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