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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Calbee chips, candy floss and crepes await you at Harajuku's Takeshita-dori Street, a pedestrian shopping jungle that is quite the sensory overload with food and fashion options popular among Tokyo's trend-setting youth.
The 350-meter Takeshita-dori Street, starting across the road from JR Harajuku Station, is geared towards Tokyo's fashion and trend-conscious set. Lady Gaga is known to shop here—despite its reputation for being kawaii cute, there are also several boutiques that specialize in edgy grunge and goth fashion.
For an undeniably Japanese experience, check out the purikura photo booths where you can snap, customize and decorate pictures with your friends before they are printed on the spot.
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