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Amazed by Japanese
Sweets in Harajuku

Tokyo

  • Food and Drink

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KiwakoAkane

Kiwako & Akane

Locals

01

Oasis of The Metropolis, Meiji Shrine

We went to Meiji Shrine first to feel refreshed. You can see the main shrine as you pass through wooden Trii (shrine's gateway) and walk straight. I taught her how to purify as a worship in shrine.

02

Very Excited by Cute Shops

After taking a rest at a cafe, we visited Takeshita street finally! There are hundreds of small shops on both sides of it and she loved it! She bought a hut which matchs her favorite red stole.

03

Visit The Most Popular Ice Cream Shop

We had an ice cream in the new style sweets shop which you cannot find on a guidebook. Tomodachi Guide can run alongside trends. I felt that the ice cream was the best in my life!

04

Have One of Japanese Common Foods, Udon

We walked and did sightseeing a lot so we had dinner! She tried Udon noodle as she wanted anything the locals have even it seems not for her. I'm happy when foreigners try to get to know about Japan.

Timeline

13:00

Meet up up at her hotel

13:30

Arrive at Meijijingu Shrine

14:30

Break at Cafe and eat acai bowl

15:10

Explore Takeshita Street

16:00

Buy Kimono at Omotesando

17:00

Dinner at Udon restaurant

18:00

See you again

Number of people: 1 (one_person)
Total Cost:
JPY 4,450 + guide fee
Duration: 5.0hours

Trip Highlight

KiwakoAkaneKefah

The guests were interested in especially Japanese sweets so we had various kinds of it! Danish bar, Acai bowl, ice cream and crapes, every single one of them were tasty to her. She also enjoyed Takeshita street so I was glad that the culture of Harajuku suited to her!

Kefah

Kefah

Guest