There's a shop in Harajuku called Kumada where you can eat a rarity called "Golden ikuradon." The ikura(salmon roe) used doesn't come from standard, chub salmon, but instead is from the river-dwelling Japanese salmon, and has a unique crunchy texture. This is a treat that is hard to find in Tokyo!
Facebook Japan will be celebrating 11 years in Japan by hosting a pop-up cafe in Harajuku for just 3 days. The Cafe will serve Facebook-themed sweets from Friday, May 17 through Sunday, May 19th.
This week, 'Sweet XO Good Grief' in Harajuku will begin selling sparkling bottles of drinkable 'Unicorn Tears.' If you're one of those people who love drinking the bodily fluids of mythical creatures, this is the shop for you!
Yes, Japanese people are that crazy for bubble tea. The pop-up theme park will be in Harajuku and will feature several types of bubble tea, photo booths and attractions.
Taiwan Cafe Zen serves an original drink: the butterfly pea tea. It serves all kinds of other colourful drinks too, and some popular local foods from Taiwan.
Omurice is a popular Japanese dish that basically consists of a Japanese-style omelette on fried rice. A good place to try this simple, yet delicious dish is at little pool coffee in the Omotesando-Harajuku area.
For some great ramen in Harajuku - that is also vegan! - try Noodle Stand Tokyo. It is one of the most famous ramen joints in Harajuku, all genres included.
Ukai-Tei is perhaps the most famous teppanyaki restaurant in the Omotesando/Harajuku area. Enjoy teppan-grilled Wagyu Beef as part of lunch or dinner courses.