Shibuya and Harajuku

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I always go to Shibuya and Harajuku together so when M and I decided to go to Shibuya, I automatically said let’s go to Harajuku and my favorite place in Tokyo Area, the Yoyogi Park.  M really doesn’t like Shibuya because it is crowded and it is true, but I kind of like it.  I like getting lost in the crowd of the famous cross walk. I like to see if I can meet my classmate in front of famous statue, hachiko.

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What Can you do in Shibuya?
– Karaoke
-Shopping at 109 or other department stores
– Billiard
– Izakaya
– Movie
-Arcade

I often like to walk from Shibuya to Harajuku because it is a nice 15-20mins walk.
I like walking through Yoyogi Park because it is most relaxing place to go in busy Tokyo.

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It is so beautiful in June where you can see Roses ! This park is perfect for picnic, basketball, tanning or simply for a good run ! It is always nice to sit by the fountain with your lover to have a cozy moment.

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Harjauku sells fashionable goods. The Takeshita Street is a street full of high school   students. There are gothic and punk stores and if you are lucky, on Sunday you will see people dressed up in gothic/punk wear.

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Shibuya and Harajuku was insanely crowded and a contagious mix of fashion, style and fun. There were really no rules here in this this district–almost everything and anything goes. All this self-expression on the most famous 

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Social Buttons by Linksku. We tried to get everything into the last day in Tokyo before heading south to Chigasaki. Shopping at Tokyu Hands. Walking around Harajuku. Dodging traffic at the intersection outside Shibuya 

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New Year’s is a huge holiday in Japan, and Shibuya and Harajuku are the centers of youth culture in Tokyo – so the number of people that converge on this area for New Year’s Eve is amazing! As usual, we brought a camera 

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Shibuya and Harajuku! So tons of pictures from my Tokyo trip! Day 2 was a great day! We went back to Ueno park area and shopping at the market! Lunch at TGIFridays! Sooo happy about getting American food on this trip!

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Today I went to Shibuya and Harajuku which I haven’t gone to in a long time! And I had a great time with everyone, I feel good. What should I do! I had a lot of fun (working) in Japan!!!!! T_T I’m slowly thinking of not going back 

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Premier week-end avec mon nouvel appareil photo numérique. Je le prends avec moi pour une journee shopping a Shibuya et Harajuku, déjà une habitude de mes week-ends.

JAPAN DAY TRIP – SHIBUYA AND HARAJUKU, TOKYO …

JAPAN DAY TRIP – SHIBUYA AND HARAJUKU, TOKYO. Haven’t had a Tokyo trip for almost 6 months so took the opportunity to head out for a day of sightseeing! The damn confusing train system. Definitely need to study it 

One in nine million. Tokyo, Japan: shibuya and harajuku

shibuya and harajuku. I began today running in the sauna ( well it might has well been the sauna ) luckily i thoroughly enjoy a warm work out environment. others were not as please with the lack of ac today. Japan is definitely 

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Every year, we enjoy spending time in Shibuya and Harajuku taking photos of girls in kimono (and guys in suits) to document this fantastic holiday. We are always happy to share these pictures of beautiful kimono with all of 

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Tokyo has many great shopping areas, Shibuya and Harajuku being the more trendy and popular among the younger crowd, Ginza and Roppongi focused more on high end goods. With help from our hotel’s front desk, 

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The world is counting down the days until this upcoming April 24th, when the urban fashion event linking the unique and communicative fashion towns of Shibuya and Harajuku, the “Shibuya Harajuku Eva Project” will sweep 

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As part of our nerdy Japan explorations, Mrs. Selfish and I decided we would visit some of Tokyo’s unique neighborhoods – in particular Akihabara, Shibuya, and Harajuku. What were we looking for? Cosplayers.

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It was my last full day in Tokyo and I was determined to make the most of it. I began by wandering through the residential neighbourhood near my hostel. The streets were quiet, flat, straight and the houses were close together.

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During my Japan trip last year, I think I went to Shibuya about 3 times. So I thought i’ll post about other things I did in Shibuya and Harajuku during my trip! It’s always convenient to go to both places in one day because it’s very 

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Dawn of the First Day: Shibuya and Harajuku. July 29, 2013. So I started the day on a quick trip with one of the girls on the program to just wander around Sugamo and picked up some baked goods for breakfast, and naturally we had to get 

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