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Usually on New Year's Day, people hold mochi-tsuki events near the shrines or governmental facilities.

You can participate in this event.
Entry fee money is 500 yen.
It is 10 minutes' walk from Shibuya Station.

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http://www.kodomono-shiro.jp

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