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IMG_6529After walking around the Meiji shrine, we had to check out Harajuku since we were already there.

We started on Takeshita Street.

IMG_6515I noticed the Wolfgang Puck Express immediately on the right. There are a lot of shopping to be done on this street if you have the money. I managed to buy just a few socks. There were also African guys hawking some merchandise like hats and other things too which was a bit of a surprise.

IMG_6520Calbee was giving out samples of fries covered in parmesan which was delish. Too bad, I wasn’t hungry or I would have bought a tub.

IMG_6524There were plenty of crepe stands. Apparently, they are popular in these parts.

IMG_6525Now, on to the real Harajuku..

IMG_6530There were a lot of trendy and concept stores and cafes on this street.

IMG_6535IMG_6537Then we found our way on this street where a lot of designer stores with the likes of Bvulgari and Ralph Lauren.

IMG_6539We noticed that it was already close to 3pm so we headed back to our hotel.
JR Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line
Meiji-jingu-mae Station (on the Chiyoda and Fukutoshin subway lines)
15 minutes away from Shibuya by foot