No matter how many times you visit Tokyo, Japan, Harajuku is always one of the best places to explore. Why? Harajuku is the most trendy place in all Tokyo, maybe even Japan! From the most classic to the most trendy, here is a list of things to do in Harajuku!
The rainbow food trend started in Korea a few years back and now is hitting Japan! The rainbow grilled cheese sandwich is all the rage in Harajuku right now. Try it out at Le Shiner. They serve rainbow unicorn ice cream too.
Opened in April 2018, Gonpachi NORI-TEMAKI is a sushi restaurant located on Omotesando avenue near Harajuku station, that combines elements of modern and traditional Japan. Although most sushi restaurants in Japan serve mainly nigiri types of sushi, this one specializes in sushi rolls (temaki sushi). Affordable and delicious, this is a must-try!
Harajuku is one of the most famous cities in Tokyo, it is known as a place for Japanese youth culture and fashion, it is also famous for its sweet shops. The photogenic and delicious looking sweets would make your Instagram stand out!
In Harajuku, the much talked about Coisof is offering a limited-time only drink from July 7th to 22nd 2018. The Taiwan mango Coi-shake is a refreshing drink made with exquisite mangoes and yogurt. As toppings, they used "oiri" (a Japanese sweet) and is the perfect summer drink!
Aoyama is the area adjacent to Harajuku. It's known for being an upscale district full of stylish cafes and boutiques. You can easily spend an afternoon there. Here are some great spots you should check out!
Eggs n' Things in Harajuku is definitely a place to go if you love western-style breakfasts and have a soft spot for sweets and whipped cream.
Harajuku is not exactly known for sushi but there are a couple of good addresses in the area. Here are three shops worth the go if you are looking for sushi in Harajuku.