Harajuku Transport - How to get to Harajuku Tokyo Japan.

Getting to Harajuku

By train
JR Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line is the obvious way to get to Harajuku. The station is very conveniently located next to both the entrance to Meiji Jingū and the beginning of Omotesando. A smaller entrance in the centre of the platform is convenient for Takeshita-dori, another famous area in Harajuku.

Harajuku Station
Harajuku Station - Harajuku

By subway
Despite the name, Meiji-jingu-mae station on the Metro Chiyoda line is a little further down Omotesando, but the subway can be a good option depending on which part of
Tokyo you are coming from. Naturally enough, Omotesando interchange is also on Omotesando, and you can reach this via the Metro Ginza and Hanzomon lines as well.

On foot
Harajuku is only 15 minutes away from Shibuya by foot, just walk along Koen-dori from Shibuya Station or wind your way through the shops of Shibuya. Refer to either the Harajuku map or the Shibuya map.

Harajuku Hotels

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