Takeshita Street is immediately in front of the Takeshita Exit of Harajuku Station. It is crammed with shops selling fashion items such as accessories and clothing. Many of the customers, mostly teens, are dressed in their own style, and it can be said that this street represents Japan's kawaii (cute, pretty) culture.
Gotta eat freshly-fried potato chips!
Calbee is a snack food maker that makes popular snacks such as Calbee Potato Chips and Jagarico potato snacks. At its antenna shop, Calbee+ Harajuku Takeshita Street, you can enjoy freshly-fried Calbee Potato Chips, a signature snack in Japan.
Calbee Plus, Harajuku Takeshita St. shop Calbee＋ 原宿竹下通り店
- Address 1-16-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan
Get your Harajuku Fashion items!
A clothing store hugely popular with teenagers, SPINNS Harajuku Takeshita Street. You can get reasonably priced trendy items for men and women at this store. Many items that represent Harajuku fashion, such as sweatshirts with characters printed on them and lolita-style skirts, are available here.
Spinns, Harajuku Takeshita St. shop スピンズ原宿竹下通り店
- Address 1-7-1, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan
The place to see everything from sundry goods to clothing!
Everything from clothing to sundry goods essential for Harajuku Fashion can be found in the fashion building, Alta. Cute items like character goods are great for souvenirs. On holidays, it is crammed with young people there to see the wide variety of products available at Alta.
The ever-popular crepe shops!
The classic choice of food in Harajuku is crepes. At Marion Crepes, a long-established shop, you can enjoy different kinds of crepes such as savory crepes with tuna and cheese and dessert crepes with heaps of fresh cream. Enjoy strolling down Takeshita Street with a crepe in one hand!
Marion Crepe, Harajuku Takeshita St. shop マリオンクレープ 原宿竹下通り店
- Address 1st floor of Junesu building, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001, Japan
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