Rockabilly in Harajuku
The area of Harajuku has two main shopping areas, Omotesando and Takeshita-dori. Youth fashions, Gothic style, rockabilly, hip-hop are only few flavors of clothes you can get here. Harajuku is also a home for headquarters of NHK.
Harajuku is the place where you can spot the teenagers wearing famous cosplay style clothes, American cars, motorcyclists and street performers, especially in sundays afternoons.
Harajuku used to be even more punk oriented, where youth used to cultivate their society and culture. Nowadays capitalistic thinking is found it's way even here, thus most of this is commercialized.
There is even a slang word like "Harajuku girls" or "Harajuku boys" meaning generally a person belonging to certain type of sub culture. In addition, Harajuku seems to be popular place for foreigners.
Few ideas how to find him / her in Japan.
In vicinity of Harajuku is the Meiji Shrine. Next stop (With Yamanote Line) from Harajuku is Yoyogi, and in the other direction Shinbuya. Harajuku is well within a walking distance from nearby stops.
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