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Relax at Rilakkuma Cafe in Harajuku!

Hi Kawaii Cafe & Rilakkuma Fans!

This coming March, there will be a pop-up Rilakkuma cafe in Harajuku! The cafe will run from March 4, 2016 until April 10, 2016. If you are a big fan of this lazy bear.. then you shouldn’t miss this!

Rilakkuma Cafe

Official Website | Google Maps

Address: Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 4-28-28 Lucessimo Building 2F

10-minute walk from JR Harajuku Station  or 5-minute walk from the subway Jingumae Station


We’ll try to document & make a kawaii cafe report about this Cafe! ;)

<3, カイラ

Kawaii Things To Do in Tokyo: Harajuku, Shibuya, Nippori, Shimokitazawa and Ueno

Konnichiwa Kawaii Travelers!

Kaila here! I am currently on a blogging spree to make up for the months I went inactive last year. For this blog post, I will share some information about my favorite places in Tokyo: Harajuku, Shibuya, Nippori, Shimokitazawa and Ueno!

Please look forward to our “Kawaii Purikura Guide in Tokyo” that we will be sharing in the future as well! ^_^


FIRST STOP: HARAJUKU (原宿)

Harajuku
If you are a huge fan of kawaii culture like we do, a first stop in Harajuku is highly recommended! Don’t go to other places first, lololol. Just kidding! ; )

Whenever I would tour my friends around Harajuku, I’d bring them to purikura machines (neoprint / photo sticker booths), favorite kawaii boutiques, Harajuku crepe & tapioca shops, cutest cafes, and other colorful places (such as Design Festa Gallery).

If I want to be transported in another and more peaceful place, I would just go and walk to Meiji Shrine and enjoy the fresh air and lush green trees. Harajuku = Modern + traditional Japan mixed perfectly!

I love Harajuku because it’s such an inspiring place! Just seeing people pass by flaunting their colorful selves and chid-like beauty is already inspirational for me. Harajuku makes me want “to be me”.


SECOND STOP: SHIBUYA (渋谷)

shibuya

If you’re tired of Harajuku already (maybe after a week of visiting that place, or maybe never…. hahaha), you can just go walk to the Shibuya neighborhood / ward. I think that it’s good exercise after you much on the yummy Harajuku crepes / desserts. Just follow the JR Yamanote Line / rail tracks (Shibuya direction, of course) and enjoy the scenic view! You will be surprised to see a lot of hidden spots + cool graffiti along the way! :)

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My Little Pony Café In Harajuku

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.

Oh well, maybe next time!

Follow @mylittleponyjpn on twitter for more info.

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