Hold my hand and run away with me, we’ll set off to somewhere fun.☆
But first, let me take a #selfie. *inserts song The chainsmokers- Selfie* XD
Harajuku原宿 is a district in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.
It is immensely known as the center of the youth culture and fashion.
Check out this ig account. They post very fashionable people in the streets of Harajuku.
Heaven’s gate to a shopping spree to fulfill all you fashion-hungry beasts. Protect your wallets!
The famous Marion Crepes
I forgot what I ordered. It’s banana with cheese cake and whipped cream with chocolate sauce drizzled on top. I would rate it 2.5/5. It’s not that bad, but it’s just not really worth the hype.
I prefer Santa Monica’s crepe WAY better. Theirs are reeeaaaally yummy.
Mine was green tea ice cream, with vanilla curd and cherry blossom ice cream. Super yum!
Unfortunately, my iphone died on me just as I was about to capture that delicious beauty. T.T
I’m definitely going back for my crepes cravings next time.
And plus, the design is even cuter!
I promise i’ll take a good picture by then.
Snack food maker Calbee serves the freshest potato crisps you’ll ever taste at this Harajuku outpost.
Mine was cheese tomomi’s was ebi-sakura.
Ok, i admit. Eating it freshly-made served straight from the fryer while walking along Harajuku does make a difference!
At least, you can show off to your friends la. Saying “ehhh, I ate it right straight from the calbee store! It’s in Harajuku! Been there before? No right!”
Purikura (Japanese sticker photo booth)
No girls simply leave Japan WITHOUT taking purikura(s).
These machines are SUPER FAST. Pose at your own risk.
Don’t tell me I didn’t warned you.
Oh, btw, did you guys know that McDonald’s in Japan serves Sakura burgers?
I’m amazed by how they put effort into EVERYTHING. This is why I love you, Japan.
The limited editionMcDonald’s ‘Sakura Teritama’ burger. This pink burger are made up of a teriyaki patty, egg, lettuce and a mayonnaise-based, a little teeny bit cherry blossom-ish pickle sauce. This meal is more to the sweeter taste-bud.
My Sakura burger
A set for ¥680 #onlyinjapan
You can find it anywhere in Japan’s McDonald’s. But make sure it’s still spring time.
With my frizzy Sakura float. ♡
I’m not a soda person. I hate sodas. But I can forget about that if it’s Sakura-related. And it’s PINK. #Neversaynotopink
Did my nails at リトルハピネス(Little Happiness)
It’s a 3-minute walk from Harajuku station.
Japan, 151-0051 Tokyo, Shibuya, Sendagaya, 3 Chome−60−6, B1