Updated: November 06, 2018
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Famous Crepe Shops Near Harajuku Station

Tokyo's famous Harajuku district, known primarily for it's eccentric fashion, has also become a popular spot for crepe lovers. Unlike the traditional French crepe, the sweet treat of Harajuku is served tightly wrapped filled with a variety of ingredients such as whipped cream, fruits and chunks of cake.

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Sweet Box

The original store is located at the entrance of Takeshita Dori, and a newer store is located just a little further down the street. You can enjoy your treat inside at the nearby Noa Cafe. Sweet Box's claim to fame is its use of rich thick cream and sweet fresh fruits all rolled up in a handmade thin crepe.

Angels Heart Cafe Crepe

Angels Heart is the original Harajuku crepe store and has been featured many times on Japanese television. This store only uses eggs and milk, not water, in their raw ingredients. You can chose from a selection of ingredients that include fresh fruits, whipped cream and ice-cream.

Marion Crepes

Originally from France, Marion Crepes established itself in Japan by re-imagining the French crepe into a Japanese-styled one 40 years ago. This store prides itself in having an original secret dough that will make your experience unforgettable. Some French spices are added to the products which gives their crepes a subtle distinctive flavor. Chose from over 70 different kinds!

Lastly...

This article reviewed three very popular crepe shops in Harajuku! Next time you go shopping in this popular area, be sure to try them out!

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