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Popular Attractions near Harajuku

If you're a first time visitor to Harajuku, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Harajuku.


What are some good attractions near Harajuku?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Harajuku.

Harajuku Street
渋谷区, 東京都
Gallery Kawano
Japan 03-3470-3305
Omotesando Hills
Shibuya, Tokyo 03-3497-0310
Laforet Harajuku
神宮前1-11-6 渋谷区, 東京都 +81 3-3475-0411
Kiddy Land
Shibuya, Tokyo 03-3409-3431
Takeshita Street
渋谷区, 東京都
Harajuku Station
Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to
Jinguubashi
神宮前1/代々木神園町1 Tokyo, 東京都
Yoyogi National Stadium
Shibuya, Tokyo 03-3468-1171
Meiji Shrine Honden
Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 03-3379-5511
Meiji Jingu Shrine
代々木神園町1-1 渋谷区, Tokyo

Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"I really don't have idea where to find this particular one, but you should visit the Harajuku district (and therefore, the Harajuku Street) in Shibuya, they have many markets selling goods like this, good luck!"  See More

"You can stop at Gallery Kawano to see/buy vintage Kimonos and Yukatas."  See More

"Below is a list of areas and places that are totally worth shopping: Marunouchi Ginza Akihabara Shinjuku Shinjuku Station Tokyo Station Harajuku Shibuya Shibuya Station Omotesando Omotesando Hills Asakusa"  See More

"Walk on until you get to end of Takeshita, and turn right which will take you past Laforet Harajuku which is a mall full of dozens of fashion and accessory boutiques."  See More

"From Takeshita Dori, head back to Omotesando and cross over to the opposite side, if you want some souvenirs, definitely stop at Kiddy Land-- several floors of seriously awesome toys and beyond."  See More

"Last time we went to Tokyo with my wife we staid in an airbnb near Harajuku, in Omotesando."  See More

"From Shibuya you can also walk to Takeshita Street in Harajuku which is excellent for people watching."  See More

"Last but not least, visit the Harajuku Station neighborhood."  See More

"Start by getting off at Harajuku Station and get out from the Omotesando Exit - Turn right as you come out and take another right turn and there is a famous bridge called Jinguubashi which is where all the kids are dressed up in cosplay (usually on weekends during the day) and some may or may not be obliging to pose for photos but try your luck!"  See More

"For really local boutiques go to Omotesandō."  See More

"Yoyogi National Stadium- drop in ¥600, 2."  See More

"I suggest u to visit Meiji Shrine Honden, Shinjuku, and Koganei."  See More

"Tsukiji fish market Meiji Jingu Shrine Omotesando and Harajyuku Gyozalo shopping area Asakusa (Sensoji temple, souvenir shopping"  See More

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  1. Harajuku Street
  2. Gallery Kawano
  3. Omotesando Hills
  4. Laforet Harajuku
  5. Kiddy Land
  6. Omotesando
  7. Takeshita Street
  8. Harajuku Station
  9. Jinguubashi
  10. Omotesandō
  11. Yoyogi National Stadium
  12. Meiji Shrine Honden
  13. Meiji Jingu Shrine
Where can I find out more about Harajuku?

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