Features: Fashion street like Takeshita Dori and Omotesando
Metro Station: JR Yamanote Line Harajuku Station, Tokyo Tohoku Line Meiji-Jingume Station, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Meiji-Jingume St and Omotesando station, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line Omote-sando St.
Going down from the Harajuku Station, you just have to walk across the street and your in the fashion area of Harajuku. If you're interested in kawaii (or the cute stuff), you enter Takeshita Dori. If you're interested in Major Brands and local Japanese artisan brands, then you enter Omotesando st.
Photo taken from The official Tokyo Tourism Guide
Crossing the street from Harajuku Station, look for this entrance arch and you're in Takeshita Dori
Daiso is a 100 yen store which is everywhere in Japan, but this particular Daiso has Kawaii stuff on the second floor which is a real bargain!
Mostly young people mostly fill up these streets
There are also a lot of crepe shops in the area, selling these bundles of joy for around 500 yen. You relly gotta try these while you're here!
A Sushi and Ninja Toilet?! Well you better come here to see this.
This crepe shop has people lining up! Must be that good!
Once you ended the Takeshita Dori St, you're in Meiji Dori St. Which is packed with designer brands like H &M, Forever 21, Desigual Etc. If you planning to buy Japanese Denim ( which arguably is the best denim in the world), there are a lot of shops in this street.
This Audi building is so amazing!
First time I saw homeless people in Japan
This amazing mall is the Omotesando Harajuku which is in the intersection of Omotesando and Meiji Dori
When you thought you have seen everything, a condom shop just happened to appear
I didn't know that they still have these around?
This is one of the place in Tokyo that is great to get lost, because you'll never what you'll discover! Just remember to bring lot's of cash coz I'm sure you'll never leave this place empty handed!