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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Shopping Centre
“'Omotesando Hills' a building packed with high-brand boutiques, interiors, gourmet restaurant, and even the art gallery And don’t miss out the building itself, the spiral slope at the heart of building is a must-see.”
  • 46 locals recommend
“Harajuku is a town next to Shibuya, well known as a center of Japanese youth culture and fashion. Kawaii icons are everywhere especially in Takeshita street, where hundreds of fashion shops gather. You will be able to see lots of people with unique clothing styles. Popular food in Harajuku is crepe, where you will see many crape stands and young girls having them as a break of shopping. Getting There By Train: JR Yamanote Line – Harajuku Station Tokyo Metro Chiyoda & Fukutoshin Line – Meijijingu-mae Station”
  • 42 locals recommend
Theme Restaurant
“Famous COSPLAY Cafe. Direct along the Green Subway line, at HARAJUKU / Meiji-Jingumae, no train changes. 27 mins.”
  • 24 locals recommend
Dumpling Restaurant
“Gyōza (dumplings) are the only thing on the menu here, but you won’t hear any complaints from the regulars who queue up to get their fix. Have them sui (boiled) or yaki (pan-fried), with or without niniku (garlic) or nira (chives) – they’re all delicious. Expect to wait on weekends. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
“Fashion Mall. Fashion brands on Women's and Men's Clothing, Accessories, Jewelry, Beauty, Shoes and Home Products.”
  • 40 locals recommend
Toy / Game Store
“Kiddy Land Harajuku is Omotesando’s landmark entertainment store that offers merchandise themed around popular characters from Japan and abroad, products featuring the latest trends, and toys and variety goods. It’s also home to specialty shops for characters including Hello Kitty and Rilakkuma.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Bus Station
“This regal boulevard was originally designed as the official approach to Meiji-jingū. Now it's a fashionable strip lined with high-end boutiques. Those designer shops come in designer buildings, which means Omote-sandō is among the best places in the city to see contemporary architecture.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“if your looking for japanese Kawaii item must visit the Harajuku Takeshita street. there are so many Kawaii items and foods.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum, in Minami Aoyama, is the original home and studio of the famed artist of the same name, and the darling of Japan's New Ageists. Visitors can see Okamoto's studios and a garden of sculpture featuring his very distinctive creations. (See photo of sculpture below.) Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum is accessible from the Aoyama 5 intersection of Route 246. Head down Kottoh-dori Avenue and at the third set of traffic lights turn left then first right.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Train Station
“From Cos'play to funky looking stuff.... This is a place where you can have a lot of fun just walking for the whole day. Another a must visit place!”
  • 81 locals recommend
“The small and elegant Ota Memorial Museum of Art exhibits selected ukiyo-e paintings and prints from the vast collection of the late Mr. Ota Seizo, which comprises of more than 10,000 pieces of art. Exhibits are changed every month.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Train Station
“Probably the most crowded street in this country. Clothing shops and accessory shops of Japanese latest trend are clustered along this street. ”
  • 85 locals recommend
“Two Rooms Grill & Bar: Recommended for brunch/lunch with high quality. Super large cocktails! ”
  • 21 locals recommend
“Teenage-beloved fashion conscious alley, which connects Shibuya and Omotesando. If you want some street style, come and walk around the townies select shops and rag shops. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
“原宿にある、安さと美味さで評判の餃子店「原宿餃子楼」。焼き餃子、水餃子共にニラとニンニクは有/無が選べ、オンオフを使い分けられるのがポイント。餃子は1枚¥290、ライスがスープ付で¥180という安さも驚き!さらに、味噌で炒めた挽肉をのせたもやしがシンプルながら陰の人気メニュー! Harajuku Gyouza-rou. Gyōza (dumplings) are the only thing on the menu here, but you won’t hear any complaints from the regulars who queue up to get their fix. Have them sui (boiled) or yaki (pan-fried), with or without niniku (garlic) or nira (chives) – they’re all delicious. Expect to wait on weekends.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Tonkatsu Restaurant
“Delicious pork cutlet restaurant. This shop has been made to repair the 'Sento = traditional public bath house in Japan'.”
  • 13 locals recommend