Takeshita Street: I can live and shop here forever (lol)
Most people think that Japan is expensive (indeed true in some aspects) that's why many turn away from visiting this country.
However, if you don't go you won't know that there's a small haven in the heart of Tokyo for fashion and economic loving person like me.
I'm talking about the famed Takeshita Street of Harajuku (3 stations away from Yoyogi Uehara); it's so freaking near and very easy to access via Chiyoda line or JR line.
It's considered as one of the busiest and the most crowded shopping district in Tokyo.
You''ll lose your mind from the arrangements of the stores on both sides and the wideest selection of fashion goods, cafes, food hubs and crepe stores.
Pricey? Nope. One of Daiso's biggest stores, The Body Shop and more are here so I guess you get what I mean.
Enjoy shopping for yourself and for your family and friends (best place to shop for souvenirs).
Every yen spent here is worth it.