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Top Things to do at Takeshita Street in Tokyo

Takeshita street in Harajuku is a fun filled, vibrant and crowded street boasting of various unique shopping, eating and photography experience! Having hues of pink, bright lights and mostly hosting many people, Takeshita street is an icon in Tokyo’s tourism list. Here is a list of top things you can do at Takeshita Street- Eat,…

Visit Madosh! the Avocado Specialty Cafe in Tokyo

If you’re a fan of avocado and can’t get enough of it like myself, I highly recommend Madosh! the avocado specialty cafe. Avocado is a fruit that is extremely high in nutrient value and flavor. It contains a lot of potassium, fiber, antioxidants and healthy monounsaturated fatty acids that are good for your heart’s wellbeing.…

Do You Know Where to Find the Longest Instagram-Worthy Snacks in Tokyo?

Finally, the longest food ever is now available in Japan! Thanks to LONG! LONGER!! LONGEST!!!, which has recently opened last March 2018 in Takeshita Street, Harajuku, people in Japan can now buy the “longest” soft cream, tornado potato, churros, and cotton candy. Check it out! Instagram-Worthy Food jp.fotolia.com/ Takeshita Street in Harajuku is famous for…

Enjoy Japanese Cotton Candy Like No Other at This Cute Candy Shop in Harajuku

The fashion street of Harajuku has many interesting shops where you can enjoy delicacies like no other. TOTTI CANDY FACTORY is very famous and crowded all the time because of its rainbow cotton candy, which you can’t find anywhere else. As you walk down Takeshita Street, just look for the pink building with a long…

Want to Sport Candy-Colored Hair? Visit This Kawaii Hair Salon in Harajuku!

Do you love colors? If you’re a fun type of person who loves to sport colorful things then why not take that interest to the next level by dyeing your hair with candy-colored hues? There is a hair salon in Harajuku called “Candye Syrup” that colors people’s hair like they’ve come out of a candy…

100 Things to Do in Harajuku, the Fashion Capital of Tokyo, in 2018!

Harajuku is often referred to as the crazy fashion capital of Tokyo, home to the famous Takeshita Street and the inspiration for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s style, and various subcultures like lolita and gothloli. If you’re interested in trying some unusual shops and cafes, Harajuku in the heart of Tokyo is a must-visit. Here are 100…

Love Unique Fashion? Don’t Miss This 2-Day Steampunk Event in Harajuku!

Have you ever heard of steampunk fashion? It is a style which incorporates 19th-century industrial technology with Victorian aesthetics. Some people in Tokyo are so passionate about this subculture that they formed a regular event called Steam Garden. Steam Garden is held twice a year to gather lovers of the genre to enjoy some fun…

Into Thrift and Vintage Shopping? Check Out These 15 Stores in Harajuku

For many fashion enthusiasts, second-hand stores are treasure troves filled with pieces they can mix and match to achieve their preferred style. In Japan, there are a lot of second-hand stores to choose from to get your daily fix of unique Japanese fashion styles. travelience.com/ Harajuku (原宿), one of Tokyo’s (東京) main fashion districts, is…
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