Friday 22 April 2016

Japan - Tokyo : Harajuku + Shibuya

Japan : Tokyo - May 2015

Harajuku 原宿

We headed for our brunch place (Sakuratei) at Harajuku straight to avoid full house like what we encountered the night before. 

Okonomiyaki is like our pancake — the batter is mixed with the ingredients, then fried. In Japan, usually is do-it-yourself style.

The 90-minute lunch course (available from 11:00 am-3:00 pm) costs 1,060 yen on weekdays, and 1,200 yen on weekends. 
Address: 3-20-1 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo (back alley of Harajuku)
Nearest subway: Harajuku station

Across us is Takeshita Dori (Takeshita Street). This street targets on teenager age group and famous for its crepes.

People on cosplays are often be seen on weekend afternoon.

omg.... creamy die me... We scooped most of cream away to a rubbish bin nearby *very throwface*

teabreak time~ lol
Pompompurin cafe is at level 3

at LINE shop

Meiji Shrine 明治神宮

Meiji shrine is a ten minute walk from both the southern entrance near Harajuku Station.

On a side note, their crows are really big.

Shibuya 渋谷

Hachiko Statue

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant 牛角

We queued for 1 hour for this BBQ and really worth it~

The famous Shibuya crossing

Managed to catch a selfie in the crowd before we split way.

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