Coming to Harajuku? Check out this new tourist booth for maps, Wi-Fi, crêpes and more!

23 Dec

RocketNews24

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Long before Gwen Stefani was inspired by the Tokyo neighborhood, Harajuku’s status as the center of Japanese fashion and pop culture had been well solidified. From strange footwear to unbearably cute cuisine, a visit to Harajuku is never dull and is a must-see for any tourist coming to Tokyo.

But the crowded streets, small shops and the language barrier might be a bit daunting for a first-time visitor. So to make that trip more worthwhile, a tourist organization is opening up a bilingual information booth in the heart of Harajuku to make sure visitors get the most out of their time in the exciting neighborhood.

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2 Responses to “Coming to Harajuku? Check out this new tourist booth for maps, Wi-Fi, crêpes and more!”

  1. Nagzilla December 24, 2014 at 2:52 pm #

    We LOVED Harajuku! That was our favorite section of Tokyo, and we went back to see it again one of the last days we were there. So amazing!

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    • tokyo5 December 24, 2014 at 3:45 pm #

      Yeah, Harajuku is a popular area of Tokyo…especially with young people.

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