🌻Free Guide🌻 Street Food on Harajuku's Takeshita-dori (Tokyo, Japan)
Street food on Takeshita Dori in Harajuku, Tokyo
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Rainbow Grilled Cheese at Le Shiner

A big part of visiting Takeshita Dori is to get good shots for the 'gram. Le Shiner is a great example of that, as when you tear this grilled cheese apart, it's rainbow coloured! There is a bit of a knack to tearing it just right to get that good melty cheese pull though...

Le Shiner (レインボーフード)
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Funky Japanese Style Filled Crepes at Marion Crepes

There are a lot of crepe places on Takeshita Dori, but Marion Crepes is the most well-received by visitors. Try a brownie-stuffed crepe, a classic strawberries and cream, or even a savoury snack.

Marion Crêpes Takeshitadori
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Tornado Potato at Long! Longer!! Longest!!!

Grab yourself a potato that has been stretched to its fullest and then fried to crispy perfection at this aptly named popular Harajuku spot.

LONG! LONGER!! LONGEST!!!
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Colourful Candy Floss at Totti Candy Factory

This candy floss (or cotton candy for the Americans) is another great one for Instagram. The pastel colours swirl into each other so gracefully! 

Totti Candy Factory
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Candied Strawberries at Strawberry Fetish 👀

You've had candied apples before, but what about candied strawberries? At this cheekily-named spot you get a bunch of candied strawberries on a stick - it's incredibly sweet though, so make sure you bring your sweet tooth! 

Strawberry Fetish
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🌻Free Guide🌻 Street Food on Harajuku's Takeshita-dori (Tokyo, Japan)
Street food on Takeshita Dori in Harajuku, Tokyo
5 Places • 3 Saves • ago
Free

Rainbow Grilled Cheese at Le Shiner

A big part of visiting Takeshita Dori is to get good shots for the 'gram. Le Shiner is a great example of that, as when you tear this grilled cheese apart, it's rainbow coloured! There is a bit of a knack to tearing it just right to get that good melty cheese pull though...

Le Shiner (レインボーフード)
@cassandral
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Funky Japanese Style Filled Crepes at Marion Crepes

There are a lot of crepe places on Takeshita Dori, but Marion Crepes is the most well-received by visitors. Try a brownie-stuffed crepe, a classic strawberries and cream, or even a savoury snack.

Marion Crêpes Takeshitadori
@cassandral
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Tornado Potato at Long! Longer!! Longest!!!

Grab yourself a potato that has been stretched to its fullest and then fried to crispy perfection at this aptly named popular Harajuku spot.

LONG! LONGER!! LONGEST!!!
@cassandral
Add to
Details

Colourful Candy Floss at Totti Candy Factory

This candy floss (or cotton candy for the Americans) is another great one for Instagram. The pastel colours swirl into each other so gracefully! 

Totti Candy Factory
@cassandral
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Details

Candied Strawberries at Strawberry Fetish 👀

You've had candied apples before, but what about candied strawberries? At this cheekily-named spot you get a bunch of candied strawberries on a stick - it's incredibly sweet though, so make sure you bring your sweet tooth! 

Strawberry Fetish
@cassandral
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Details

* * *
CURATED BY
Japan is full of delicious food 🍡 so let's explore it together! If you want to learn more about where the food comes from, and the customs and etiquette behind it all, make sure to take a look at my YouTube channel
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