The district of fashion and kawaii culture of Harajuku took another turn in summer 2015, opening its best representative in the form of a restaurant. Stepping into Kawaii Monster Cafe it’s a one way trip to Wonderland and a sweet experience to enjoy. Would you adventure into this sweet experience?
It’s becoming a tradition to spend some winter time in Tokyo for the last years, and the plans just got better every year. From the check in at the hotel on the last day of the year, to the first night of the new one. Here’s a follow up of how I celebrated New Year in Tokyo, and other plans to spend an awesome New Year in Japan capital city. Anything you miss on the list? Feel free to leave a comment with any recommendation, or plans you made on last New Year in the section below.
Harajuku, located in Shibuya district, is the youth culture and fashion district in Tokyo, craddle of all fashion trendy gear and style comes mainly from Harajuku.
Along with Harajuku you can visit Shibuya, yoyogi park and Meiji jingu Shrine, a nice walk around these areas for a complete day. If you’rinto the japanese fashion, pop culture and latest trends, Harajuku is the place to be.
Takeshita Street is the most known place in Harajuku, among the backstreets of the area, packed with trendy shops and fashion. Right next to it there is Omotesando, place for top quality brands, shops and luxury.