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Harajuku is a section of Tokyo that takes in fashion and culture from around the world and turns it into its own original culture. One of those sections of Harajuku garnering much attention from around the world right now as the birthplace of Japanese “kawaii” (cute) culture is “KAWAII MONSTER CAFÉ.”
Orgel Doh is a music box specialty shop based in Otaru, Hokkaido. They also have branches around Japan, in places like Kamakura, Kyoto and Okinawa. In December of 2017, a new shop opened in Tokyo's Omotesando district. Once you step inside this shop, with a wide variety of music boxes made of glass or wood, the gentle tone colors will captivate you!
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Takeshita Street is directly outside of the Takeshita Exit of the JR Harajuku Station.
Takeshita Street is a popular and trendy fashion hub, where young people who enjoy unique and eccentric fashion enjoy shopping!
Last time we introduced you to ISLAND VINTAGE COFFEE`s top 3 drinks. ISLAND VINTAGE COFFEE proudly serves coffee from the finest Hawaiian beans (Kau/ Kona coffee).
ISLAND VINTAGE COFFEE, serving the finest Hawaiian coffee. What are their most popular drinks?Read Later
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When you buy clothes in Japan, don’t go home without taking "Tokyo style" with you. In this article shop staff from Tokyo GAP will show you how to style yourself, in the Tokyo way, using the world famous American casual brand GAP.
Take the opportunity to take the fashion items you buy to the next level with a 5% discount! Let us introduce popular brand stores in the Harajuku area!Read Later
The Harajuku area offers an array of popular brands which take your stylishness to the next level! XLARGE®, X-girl, MILKFED., X-girl Stages are especially popular amongst people who would like to enjoy a street style which sets them apart from others. At these four stores, a campaign is underway, of
This is an article intended for people with a high fashion-consciousness who would like to enjoy styles which set them apart from other people while still being aware of trends. Seven shops with branches in Japan’s Shibuya and Shinjuku district have introduced recommended outfits and items.