Harajuku Kawaii Sunday

Harajuku area is known for being at the forefront of Japanese young fashion and cultural trends. Takeshita Street (竹下通り) for the youthful, Omotesando (表参道) and Aoyama (青山) for the chic, and Cat Street (キャットストリート) for the individual — this area has something for everyone.

JR Harajuku Station, the oldest wooden railway station in Tokyo. This is the main entrance at the southern end of the station, Yoyogi Gym and Meiji Shrine are around there. A smaller entrance leading to the centre of the platform is convenient for Takeshita Street.

JR Harajuku Station

Yoyogi Gym.

Yoyogi Gym

The entrance of Takeshita Street. This street is filled with teenagers every time.


Marion Crepes, one of Harajuku’s most popular delicacies.

Marion Crepes in Takeshita Street

The end of Takeshita Street. Going south the main street “Meiji Street (明治通り)”, cutting across in front of Takeshita Street, you will come to Omotesando.

The end of Takeshita Street in Harajuku

Laforet Harajuku, one of the most known department store in Japan is at Meiji Street and Omotesando.

Laforet Harajuku

Recently, new department store “Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku” has opened just across the street from Laforet Harajuku.

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku

Signs for young people.

Meiji Street and Omotesando crossing

There are thousand of people around this crossing.

Many people in Omotesando


Omotesando, the most stylish and chic street…Champs-Elysees in Japan.


This area is filled with Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ)! She is a trend today.

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu in Omotesando

The landmark of this area, Omotesando Hills occupies a 250-meter stretch of the Omotesando boulevard and is home to over 130 shops as well as 38 highly sought and highly priced apartments.

Omotesando Hills

“KIDDY LAND Harajuku” in Omotesando, the large toy shop across the road from Omotesando Hills, features everything from Hello Kitty to Relakkuma and cuddly toys.



Turning left before Ralph Lauren building will lead you to Cat Street.

Cat Street in Harajuku

Drinking beer in broad daylight…It’s special to Sunday afternoon!

Beer spot in Harajuku Cat Street

Many stores inspired Harajuku style fashion can be seen in this street. Candy Stripper is one of them.

Candy Stripper

Your dogs also can be Harajuku boys or harajuku girls!? This is my favorite dog’s goods shop “PARIERO MART”. These dog clothes make my dog kawaii.


★Shop data
TEL: +81-3-5785-3350
4-26-35 Jingumae Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0001 JAPAN
Official Website: www.pariero-mall.com

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