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Harajuku Station

General Infomation

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One station north of Shibuya, "Harajuku" is the center of Japan's most show-off place for both teenagers and classy people. Teenager's place starts from Harajuku Takeshita Exit followed by teenager's boutiques, fast foods, crape stores, fast foods Etc. Some of them wear Cosplay (costume play) imitate after Anime or Manga characters, among of them, we see a couple of foreign tourists even Cosplay. In contrast with the teenager's area, in the tree lined "Omote Sando" Avenue, there are cafes, restaurants, and world well-known brand stores for classy people. For this reason, this area is sometimes called the "Champs-Elysees of Japan".

Hotels around Harajuku Station

Shibuya is a bustling, youth-oriented shopping and entertainment district. The town is very popular among the locals. It is an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers.

Shibuya is one of the places where young fashionable Japanese go to do their shopping and just hang out, giving the whole area a vibrant and energetic atmosphere right on the hotel's doorstep, for guests to enjoy day and night. Guests are encouraged to participate in the hotel's ecology programme by presenting a 'green coin' from the bathroom to the reception and a donation will be made from the hotel for saving the amenities.

Take a Walk

MEIJI SHIRINE/ Take a right from the main exit, and soon you'll see a big entrance gate called "Torii." Through there, you are entering into Meiji Shrine, which is built with mourning commemoration for defied spirits of The Emperor Meiji. "Jingu-Naien" = Interior garden is calm and quiet; maybe you would feel like you are in a deep forest. Strolling in and out of Meiji Jingu Shrine might take about two hours.
YOYOGI PARK/ This Park was opened to public on the 10th of October 1967 after being used as Tokyo Olympic Village in 1962. This open-air city park is the fourth largest park in Tokyo Metropolitan area. It has approx 540,529㎡ of land scale and has wide lawn area, pond area, biking area, and big forest areas. It is a great place for joggers, walkers, picnicking, and other outdoor activities.
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Unique Spot

OTA MEMORIAL MUSEUM OF ART/ As literally, this museum is unique, because this museum is well known to Ukiyo-e painting fans world widely, but only a few to Japanese Ukiyo-e fans. The founder Mr. Ota Seizo has collected more than 10,000 pieces of Ukiyo-e, so exhibition shall change every month.

Harajuku Station
Harajuku Takeshita Street
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Harajuku Takeshita Street
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Ukiyo-E Ota Memorial Museum of Art
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