Harajuku brings with it connotation of bright and energetic Japanese fashion but there& a lot more than that going on in this fun city! It& also really easy to get to from Tokyo so if
Time Out's quick guide to Tokyo's centre of kawaii – 50 things to do in Harajuku, from the best boutiques to the trendiest cafés
japanloverme: “ Going to Tokyo and planning to visit Harajuku (a. the fashion mecca in Tokyo)? (=^-ω-^=) Here are the top 10 kawaii activity suggestions! ☆ Eat the famous “Harajuku” crepes.
Harajuku is a district in Shibuya, this is where many Japanese (even foreigners) dress up in their unique fashion style - like Lolita, Mori, Punk, Fairy Kei