Harajuku is located in Shibuya District, close to Yoyogi Park and Meiji Shrine. In a contiguous commercial street, Harajuku’s tourists are characterized by hipsters, and there is a way to go to Harajuku. The characteristics are trendy brands, foreigners opening stores to pit foreigners and design sense. In terms of shopping experience, avoid foreign shops and soliciting customers. It is not easy to lose money when buying a brand with a certain reputation. If you have to pay for the design and niche people you don’t understand, when I didn’t say...
amazing place lots of souvenirs and foods especially crepe we really enjoyed the place..
Make sure you go on a week day when it isn’t as crowded so you can have the chance to look at as many shops as you can! Harajuku is filled with treasures, fashion, and it is an amazing place to people watch as well! Get the giant cotton candy, try the long potato, and buy cute wigs and cuter clothes!
Maybe it's all the kawaii buildings or the dessert places with outrageously sweet looking confections, or the people shopping for the pinkest wig or highest platform shoe, but I love this area. It's a major cultural niche hub where cosplayers can go to feel at home. Beyond that, there are shops that offer trendy clothes, sometimes bordering on crazy tacky. This is a must-see when in Tokyo, the center of it Takeshita Dori, unlike any other in the world. Come here for the colors & funky characters. Your best chance to see Harajuku girls would be on a Sunday according to some sources.