Tag: Harajuku in Tokyo

  • Paul Stewart

    Paul Stewart is just one of the many international fashion brands that have a store along the up market and very fashionable Omotesando in Harajuku.

  • Favorite

    ONE Omotesando

    ONE Omotesando is a distintive building designed by Kengo Kuma which contains several stores including Louis Vuitton. The ONE Omotesando building is on Omotesando in Harajuku.

  • Favorite

    Oriental Bazaar

    Oriental Bazaar is a famous souvenir shop which sells T-shirts, kimonos in larger sizes to suit the western customers and English language books on Japanese culture. The Oriental Bazaar is large store covering four floors. The exterior is a very distinctive with faux Chinese temple roof. Oriental Bazaar is on Read more [...]

  • Favorite

    Omotesando

    Omotesando is a wide tree lined avenue in Harajuku famous for its shopping. Omotesando is a generic term meaning path or road leading to a shrine. In this case Omotesando, is the road leading to Meiji Jingu shrine located in Harajuku district of the Shibuya Ward. As Meiji Jingu shrine is the most popular Read more [...]

  • Favorite

    Omotesando Hills

    Omotesando Hills (Omotesando) is a very stylish centre that is full of the who’s who of the world fashion brands including Yves Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Porsche Design, Dunhill, Jimmy Choo and Adore.

  • Favorite

    Louis Vuitton Harajuku

    Louis Vuitton is just one of the many international fashion brands that have a store along the up market and very fashionable Omotesando in Harajuku. When Louis Vuitton open this store in 2002 it was their largest store in the world. It occupies 5 floors in this building.

  • Favorite

    Laura Ashley Harajuku

    Laura Ashley is a formerly English fashion brand, now own by a Malaysian company, which distributes ready to wear fashion and home furnishing. This store is along the up market and very fashionable Omotesando in Harajuku.