FOOD

The Old and The New- Harajuku, Tokyo

Culture and fashion smoothly collide in the popularly known neighborhood of Harajuku in Tokyo. This area is known for its kawaii vibe and pop culture craze due to the boutiques, thrift shops, themed cafes, and the bold fashion statements made by the people walking its streets. As a tourist in the area, it was unbelievable…
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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,…

Great News for Chocolate Lovers: DARS Chocolat Boutique is Now Open!

Have you ever wondered what it would taste like if some of your favorite sweets or flavors were merged into a small bundle of chocolatey goodness? Well, you do not have to wonder any longer as the DARS Chocolat Boutique that has opened in Harajuku, Tokyo. This boutique will remain open from December 12th 2015…

Top Three Crepe Shops to Satisfy Your Taste Buds!

A crepe is a type of a very thin pancake that is oftentimes made from wheat or buckwheat flour. The word crepe is derived from the latin word acrispa meaning “curled”. While crepes are associated with France, they have captured the hearts and stomachs of people worldwide. Even in Japan. These are three places you…

Harajuku Crêpes – a Famous, Sweet Snack!

If you find yourself in Harajuku (a fun, lively part of Tokyo that is always mega crowded and stuffed full of Cosplay enthusiasts) then you’re sure to spot several of the famous crêpe shops, their lengthy queues contributing to the clogged artery of human activity that is Takeshita street. Marion Crêpes The longest-running crêpe shop…