SHOPPING

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…

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…

3 Shops to Give you a Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Makeover!

It’s no doubt that many people Japanese or not, admire the Harajuku fashion that Princess of Japanese Pop Kyary Pamyu Pamyu flaunts. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has made a number of collaborations with different stores in the past featuring the style and it’s no wonder she’s one of the most iconic people who comes to mind…

Give Yourself a Harajuku Makeover with these 4 Fashion Shops!

Harajuku is a bustling hub of activity in the west of Tokyo, well known for its street fashion and sub-culture. Many tourists flock to Harajuku to experience this aspect of Japan, but it can be difficult to know what to do when you are there. Here are my top fashion destinations in Harajuku. 1. Takeshita…

Harajuku’s Most Famous Lolita Brand – Milk

As the name implies, “Milk” shop looks more like a dainty white chocolate milk bar you’d be tantalized to step into. Milk shop was established during the 1970s, when Harajuku was becoming one of Tokyo’s popular fashion districts. This place is considered to be one of the oldest original shops in Harajuku. Brand’s concept fashion-press.net/…

Shop Kawaii! Get That Japanese Style in Harajuku

If you’re in Tokyo and you are looking for splashes of color, hop on a train and make your way to Takeshita-dori in Harajuku – where you’ll see the most colourful people and their equally captivating style. dqaeric34olch.cloudfront.net/ Aside from crepes, Harajuku is a proud melting pot of style. Japan street style is often described…