Harajuku, the Kingdom of Kawaii Culture which is home to hundreds of chic and stylish boutiques, trendy shopping malls and cafes. Harajuku’s Takeshita Street is the center of teenage culture where you can hunt trendy and colourful fashion items and unique variety goods at surprisingly affordable prices . Moreover, there are numbers of cafes and street food stands (crepe, cotton candy, etc) to stop for a break by while shopping. Harajuku is also a great area to explore street art and finding cool photo spots.
There are also numbers of high street clothing brand stores on the backstreets of Harajuku area such as Bape and Supreme. On the main streets of Harajuku, Omotesando Street and Meiji Street, there are large shopping malls like Laforet, Tokyu Plaza, and Omotesando Hills which are also suitable for adult. Harajuku is located near Shibuya area which you can easily walk inbetween (takes around 20 mins).
Explore the center of Tokyo’s pop culture, Harajuku in a half day! Join the “Harajuku Fashion and Pop Culture Tour” and you can experience the best highlights of the neighbourhood including the important historical monument, the street of Kawaii culture and the colourful Instagram-Worthy cafe! See the link below and book the tour with special discount!
Harajuku is a district in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Harajuku is the common name given to a geographic area spreading from Harajuku Station to Omotesando, corresponding on official maps of Shibuya ward as Jingūmae 1 chōme to 4 chōme