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Do you love all things Japanese? Explore the land of sushi, samurais and sakura, and say “kon ni chi wa” to Tokyo!
This famous street in bustling Harajuku is famous for its wild fashion, mini cafes, J-pop idol stores and amazing no-need-for-photoshop quality purikuras (photo booth).
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Goth Lolitas, French maids, and other avant garde fashion fiends all come together on the streets of Harajuku every weekend to showcase their flamboyant style.
The happiest place on earth gets a distinct Tokyo twist with its funky merchandise, super cute food, and ultra-high tech electrical parade, Dream Lights.
The street crossing made famous by the movie Lost in Translation is a literal sea of people any time of the day/or night. Surrounded by indie stores, big chains like Zara and HMV and cool architecture, this is a hotspot for the young and hip.
This financial and shopping district comes to life at night with all the buildings, shops, and even the train station all lit up with bright neon lights.
These multi-storey superstores are like giant versions of the 99-peso shops you find in Manila. Containing everything from pretty stationery to head massagers, fun costumes to multi-colored bicycles – these stores are a must-see for any visitor.