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A short walk away from Harajuku Station, Omotesando is the shopping destination for higher-end brands like Louis Vuitton or Porter. Part of the fashion capital of Harajuku, Omotesando is a great street to walk along to learn the latest fashion trends or for a bite at a cafe. Many of the best desserts can be found along this street, making it a great stop for food, shopping, and Japanese culture. Guests can find popular stores like the Sailor Moon store in the Laforet Department store, the five story Harajuku Kiddy Land, and many popular brands along the way while exploring this upper-scale shopping district. The street is also located close to Takeshita Dori, in case you wanted to get a crepe before or after shopping during your Japan tour.
Omotesando boasts some of the top retail stores known around the world, including boutiques by Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, in addition to popular fashion retailers like H&M, Zara, the Gap, and more. Known as Tokyo's Champs-Elysees, there's a wide range of high-end and affordable shopping options in this popular metropolitan. While your Japan tour is exploring the sights of Harajuku, Takeshita Street, and Omotesando, Japan Deluxe Tours has a few can't miss stores we highly recommend exploring during your vacation:
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Interested in the Desserts & Sweets of Harajuku after shopping around Omotesando? Check out our Takeshita Street
Recommended Desserts & Restaurants page for a brief list on the best desserts around Takeshita Dori, Omotesando, & Harajuku.
Explore this high-end district for shopping and snacks during any of our Highlights Japan Tours or Cherry Blossom Tours through Tokyo. You can also customize a Japan tour package to include Omotesando, Harajuku, and the rest of Japan's best shopping areas!
The center of Japan's most extreme teenage cultures and fashion styles
Popular snacks in Japan, especially among younger teens in Harajuku
Largest retail store selling toys, novelty goods and stationeries
Incredible desserts and extra kawaii street fashion shops
Enjoy Rainbow Pasta and the unique designs of the Monster Cafe
Well known as the city's most popular nightlife district among foreigners
One of the 23 city wards of Tokyo and the world's busiest railway station
The Tallest Television Broadcastine Tower in The World