Harajuku & Omote Sando, Tokyo
If you are in Harajuku don't forget to stop by at Meiji Jingu. The walk from the main gate to the shrine is bit far but total worth it. You feel like walking through time-back to Edo.
Check out the Tanuki shrines like the one in Omotesando.
If interested, the majority are in Chingo-do-ji
The shopping mall "Laforet" is the place where the Japanese Gothic Lolitas stock on clothes and accessories.
Sundays on the bridge next to the Harajuku train station will never disappoint you. Unless It's pouring, I guess....
And my bf was very excited when he saw this girl.. cuz he thought she was pretty.. and look how he smiled when taking the picture... -_-" couldn't even get the post rite.. ai....
Totally can't resist trendy and chic boutiques in Harajuku. Even window shopping and seeing the coz-play teenagers are so enjoyable!
Omotesando-dori, the main street in Harajuku, originally served as the main road leading to the Meiji Shrine. Now it is line with countless gift stores and cafe shops.
Harajuku. That sign above says that smoking on this street is prohibited. Interesting in a country where about 33% of the adult population smokes! (as of May 2000)
Harajuku- Place where you can see Japanese girls wearing exotic clothes.