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  • Studio Mon Katsura

  • One Day Experience, Beauty-Others ( Harajuku )
  • My friend really wanted to do this experience, and I'm glad we did it. Even though it was a bit pricey (18000 yen regular price, but 3000 yen off for the Maiko and Geiko plans with a coupon on their w...
  • Meiji Jingu

  • Shrines ( Harajuku )
  • A beautiful place to go to get a breath of fresh air in Tokyo. It is very peaceful, you will forget that you live in a hectic city. Make sure to visit during 'coming-of-age-day' in Japan when all of...
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  • Oriental Bazaar

  • Japanese Goods ( Harajuku )
  • Oriental Bazaar is just that, BIZARRE! If you ever take a Japanese friend here, they will find a lot of goods to be less than authentic. However, people receiving the gifts probably won't notice the...
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  • Carre MOJI

  • Japanese Goods, Art Galleries, Antiques ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Japanese calligraphy, like everything else in Japan, has been effected by modernization. Much in the vein of modern art, modern calligraphy is available. Usually, it comes in the form of abstract rend...
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  • R Style

  • Japanese Sweets ( Harajuku )
  • I'm not a big fan of traditional Japanese sweets, but this place was impressive for its presentation and service. All the desserts and finalized when you order so it takes little longer. But they s...
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  • Fuji-Tori

  • Japanese Goods, Antiques ( Harajuku )
  • Fuji Tori trades in high-quality Japanese works of art and antiques. Their collection includes something for almost every budget, and they've been in business since 1949.
  • Shimizuyu

  • Sento (Public Bath) ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Shimizu-yu is a bath house very close to Omotesando Station. There are koi fish swimming in their inner garden. Gazing at the noble fish after a long dip in the bath will make you forget the busy cit...
  • Harajuku Togasha

  • Classes-Arts and Crafts, One Day Experience, Housewares ( Harajuku )
  • Harajuku Togasha is a ceramics studio, offering classes in painting ceramics in a variety of styles, including classical European and traditional Japanese. There is also a shop selling dishes and deco...
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  • Sakura-do Vintage Japanese Photography

  • Art Galleries, Antiques ( Harajuku, Omotesando )
  • Website is in English is very informative, easy to navigate and lists hundreds of vintage and historic photographs, all original.
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  • Sokendo

  • Japanese Goods, Antiques ( Harajuku )
  • Sokendo carries a wide variety of traditional Japanese weaponary, from swords to armor. Their selection would pique the interest (and fit the purse) of not only avid collectors and experts, but also ...
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  • Tsukioka Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine

  • Acupuncture, Massage, Beauty-Others ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Tsukioka Acupunture & Oriental Medicine is an outstanding clinic only minutes walk from Aoyama Itchome & Nogizaka stations. Not only is Kumi a highly qualified, talented, trilingual acupunctu...
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  • MA by So Shi Te

  • Select Shops, Interior Design & Furniture, Japanese Goods ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • The shop's main products are bamboo furniture, but they are unlike traditional bamboo furniture, but designed with modern touch. They also sell Japanese crafts, but also again modern design. You can p...
  • Kita Aoyama Orthopedics and Acupuncture

  • Clinic-Others, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Massage ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Kita Aoyama Orthopedics and Acupunture uses a variety of traditional and modern treatments to relieve pain and injury. Fractures, sports injuries, pulled muscles and other types of pain and injury are...
  • Speak English
  • Take no Megumi Aoyama

  • Japanese Goods ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Take no Megumi (meaning "Bamboo Blessings") has been the city's only specialty bamboo store since its opening in 1999. Aside from many hand-crafted bamboo wares, they also carry a charming array of a...
  • Chacha no Ma

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Tea ( Harajuku )
  • Chacha no Ma specializes in Japanese tea. They offer an extensive menu with explanations of the different varieties. Japanese sweets accompany the tea. If you speak Japanese, they hold regular seminar...
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  • Cocoro

  • Traditional Japanese, Soba, Sake & Shochu Bars ( Harajuku )
  • Fresh seafood arrives directly from the Noto Peninsula on the coast of the Sea of Japan. They prepare the fish into sashimi, tempura, and also poach it and grill it.
  • Therapeutic and remedial massage directo...

  • Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Massage ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Clinic lists for Relax massage, Shiatsu massage, Sport massage (physio), Seitai therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Reflexology (foot massage) with English speaking staff.
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