#01. Marion Crepes Crepes are originally from France, with a simple sugary butter taste. Marion Crepes, established over 40 years ago, is the pioneer of crepes in Japan. They were the first to come up with the Harajuku-style crepes - using fruit and ice cream toppings. With over 70 types of crepes to choose from, the current popular flavors include the classic 'Banana Chocolate Special' and 'Custard Chocolate Special'.
#02. Eggs'n Things An 'All Day Breakfast' concept welcomes you to enjoy Hawaiian breakfast menus at Eggs 'n Things, including pancakes and eggs benedicts. Both of which are loved by the younger locals in Tokyo. Since their grand opening in 2010, the 'Strawberry Whip cream and Macadamia Nuts' pancake has been one of the most popular menus.
#03. LOLA’S CUPCAKES Located inside Cascade Harajuku, LOLA'S CUPCAKES is a cupcake shop from the UK, with over 18 shops across London and its surround areas. All cupcakes are handcrafted by patisseries who had passed training in the London headquarters. Its pop and colorful looks have definitely captured the hearts of the Japanese people!
#04. Yuki no Hana In the back alleys of Takeshita Street lies Brahms Lane, filled with small European style cafes and boutiques. Dessert Cafe Yuki no Hana is one of them. Originally from Korea, this shop serves the Korean shaved ice dessert 'Pappins', using soft and fluffy ice as light as snow.
#05. CANDY A GOGO CANDY A GO GO imports up to 150 types of cute candy around the world, which are sold collectively by weight. The Harajuku shop's fun interior design portrays a pop foreign city, with staff wearing matching pink maid dresses and wigs!
#06. Cookie Time New Zealand's organic cookie brand, Cookie Time offers healthy and delicious cookies - no food additives and coloring. Its signature menus include the freshly baked 'Chocolate Chunk Cookie' and 'Cranberry White Chocolate Cookie'. The fresh cookies are soft and chewy!
#07. SWEETS PARADISE Sweets Paradise is a casual dessert buffet found across Tokyo, constantly serving over 30 differnt kinds of desserts.Their seasonal limited sweets for May (2016) are the 'Matcha Tart' and 'Sour Orange Milk Coconut Jell-o'. Eat all the cakes, jell-o's, wagashi, seasonal tarts and other desserts you can ever think of!
#08. KAWAII MONSTER CAFE Stuffed with all the KAWAII things around Harajuku, the all-new concept restaurant KAWAII MONSTER CAFE HARAJUKU represents the crazy and colorful side of Tokyo. Produced by artist Sebastian Masuda, creator of Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's music videos, guests are welcome to enjoy 4 different atmospheres:- MUSHROOM DISCO, MILK STAND, BAR EXPERIMENT, and MEL-TEA ROOM. Each with a different style of cuteness and color. *English and Korean speaking staff available
#09. Croquant Chou Zakuzaku Opened as the Flagship store, Harajuku's Croquant Chou Zakuzaku sells cream puffs made with crunchy sugar-coated almond batter. The name "Zakuzaku" expresses the sound effect when biting into the freshly baked cream puff. The shop is originally from Sapporo, and a large proportion of the ingredients used are from Hokkaido. At the Harajuku store, you can try the Harajuku limited 'Zakuzaku Soft serve Ice cream'.
#10. TOTTI CANDY FACTORY TOTTI CANDY FACTORY is a candy store which opened in Harajuku last August. Its pop interior, jewel-like gummy, and colorful candy create one cute atmosphere. Candy sold here are from various brands overseas, and sold by weight. Apart from candy, its currently popular menus are the colorful giant cotton candy including the 'TOTTI 3-Colored Cotton Candy' and 'TOTTI Heart Cotton Candy'.