We will be updating this blog post from time to time so we can provide enough info about Purikura machines in Tokyo.
In Japan, purikura (プリクラ) refers to a photo sticker booth or the product of such a photo booth. The name is a shortened form of the registered trademark Purinto Kurabu (プリント倶楽部). The term derives from the English print club. Jointly developed by Atlus and Sega, the first purikura machines were sold in July 1995. (source)
These are just a few of hundreds of purikura places out there (for now, we only have info about 3 locations) but we do hope that you will still find this article useful!
♥ Purikura in Harajuku (Along Takeshita Dori) ♥
These are the Purikura clubs in Harajuku that we usually frequent to. These are all located near the Takeshita Dori Banner.
Chanced upon My Little Pony Café Harajuku while shopping. It’s actually a pop-up café in collaboration with SUNDAY JAM and it’ll end on November 29th, 2015. I was actually super excited to see this since it’s filled with cute pastel colors, macarons, pancakes, and other yummy looking foods.
The prices are not too steep either.
Everything looks so pretty and kawaii.
I was supposed to go in and try but I don’t have anyone (who likes cute cafés) with me at that time.