・Meiji Shrine: One of the most famous shrines in Japan, visited by 8 million people annually. There is a forest with its own ecosystem on such a vast site that you cannot imagine it being in the center of the city. Inside of the shrine is cool even in the summer when you step into it, and you can visit it while breathing the beautiful air and feeling nature.
・Takeshita Street: Speaking of youth culture is here! There are many people all year round, and there are many colorful and pop shops lined up. You can eat food, take a photo, or buy some freakish miscellaneous goods! It's a street where you can soak up the cute culture of Harajuku.
・Totti Candy Factory: Harajuku limited rainbow-colored cotton candy, which is bigger than your face, is very popular! There are colorful and pop products in the store. You can see how they are making when you order! Buy a photogenic cotton candy and have a delicious and fun experience!
・Uraharajuku: A quiet residential area spreads out just behind the lively front street, and you can enjoy the contrast with the bustle of the city. There are sophisticated and fashionable shops scattered throughout the residential area, and there are also photo spots that everyone knows.
・Urasando Garden: Let's take a break in an old folk house-style building where you can feel the calm Japanese atmosphere. In addition to traditional Japanese flavors such as matcha and dumplings, there are also the latest original Japanese sweets that have a new look and taste. Enjoy the taste of Japan!
・Nezu Museum: The museum has antique art items unique to Japan and a large and beautiful Japanese garden, which is highly acclaimed by all visitors! The atmosphere is 180 degrees opposite to the lively Harajuku, so you can spend a quiet and calm time. Experience the historic Japanese culture, such as Japanese swords, tea utensils that represent Zen spirit, and folding screens.
・Omotesando: Omotesando, which has 100 years' history since it opened, is one of Japan's leading fashion streets and one of the tourist attractions in Tokyo. Various fashionistas come and go to Omotesando. See the people around you who keep on sending fashion!
・Omotesando Hills: It is a shopping mall that is a landmark of Omotesando. Inside the building are sophisticated fashionable shops, and in the central space there are artworks by famous artists. Enjoy the cutting-edge glittering world of the times!
・Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku: A fashionable park where the front entrance with all mirrors is very artistic. Let's see how everyone is surprised! You can also take a break in the area called "Starbucks in the sky".