Harajuku Tourist Information CENTER

Departure point for Tokyo sightseeing

Harajuku Tourist
Information Center

the start of a new journey in Tokyo

1-minute walk from Harajuku Station.
Welcome to Harajuku Tourist Information Center, the departure station for travelling in Tokyo. Place to fulfill each customer's wishes for Japan trip.
Information in the center is available in up to 18 languages.And for Japanese, English, Chinese and Thai speaking staff will always be available.

Harajuku Tourist Information Center
Harajuku Tourist Information Center
Harajuku Tourist Information Center


Branch Infomation

Harajuku SightSeeing Spot

  • Takeshita Street

    Takeshita Street

    Harajuku's center of Kawaii culture!
    Harajuku Takeshita-dori Avenue, the birthplace of kawaii culture that attracts people from all over Japan and the world, is located right in front of JR Harajuku Station, just off the Takeshita-dori Exit.
    Even if you don't want to buy anything, you can enjoy just walking around and looking at all the cute fashion items, sundries, and sweets, but Takeshita-dori has long been full of take-out stores where you can easily eat crepes and other items.

  • Omotesando


    Fashionable main street lined with luxury brand stores.
    Omotesando is a path set aside for worshippers to the Meiji Shrine, and is an adult town with high-brand boutiques, fashionable select shops and cafés.
    It is also home to a wide range of buildings by famous architects and art spots. The beautiful landscape with its rows of zelkova trees is another of Omotesando's attractions, and the illumination during the winter months attracts large numbers of tourists to the area.

  • Jingumae intersection

    Jingumae intersection

    New landmark in Harajuku/Omotesando area
    The Jingumae intersection, where Omotesando and Meiji Dori cross, is lined with commercial buildings such as Laforet Harajuku and Tokyu Plaza.
    The street also has many food shops and select shops popular with foreign tourists, and is attracting attention as a centre for the creation of new culture. Many of the shops attract a lot of attention, with queues forming even on weekdays.

  • Cat Street

    Cat Street

    1 km street connecting Shibuya and Harajuku!
    It is lined with unique and high-brand stores, and in recent years has also been the location of an ever-increasing number of gourmet eateries and stylishly designed cafés.
    There are stylish spots everywhere, many people take fashion snaps and the walls have become famous for being used as backgrounds for Instagram.

  • Meiji Jingu Shrine

    Meiji Jingu Shrine

    An urban oasis of tranquility and greenery
    It is hard to believe that the shrine is located in the middle of Tokyo, surrounded by lush greenery and abundant nature.
    It is truly an "urban oasis" surrounded by such serenity and greenery that you may forget that you are in the heart of the city. Enjoy a soothing stroll around Meiji Jingu Shrine.

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