• 12/20/2010
  • 02/27/2021

Pets OK Apartment in Harajuku

Linde Jingumae #201 Agent commission Free! Bed Rooms: 1 Floor Area: 66.31 sqm / 713.78 sqft Address:? 10-22-2, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Access:?9?minutes walk to?Harajuku Station /?Yamanote?Line 10 minutes walk?to?Meijijingumae Station /?Chiyoda Line Completion: Jan. 1989 Structure: Steel-reinforced Concrete Rent: JPY250,000/month Management?Fee: JPY0 Key Money:?1 month Deposit:?2 month Parking: Available Pets:?OK Linde Jingumae is located near Harajuku, the Mecca of pop culture in Japan. On the way from the station are Laforet Harajuku, a shopping mall, and Takeshita Street, always?overflowing with people, competing with each other in their colorful fashion. On the way is also Togo Shrine (??演?欠??腓?), a Shinto Shrine dedicated to Admiral Togo Heihachiro (1848-1934). Within?3 minutes walk is a bus stop for Hachiko Bus, running around Shibuya and Omotesando to Yoyogi. Entrance. There is a small lobby, but it is in front of the rooms on the 1st floor, so it isn’t for staying for a long time. There are no elevators, so you will have to take the stairs. Room entrance. Bed room. Powder room and bath room, connected to the bed room. The bath tub is quite narrow and deep.? It is a?rather-old Japanese style, so that you can soak up to your shoulders. Storages on […]

  • 10/31/2010
  • 02/27/2021

Togo Shrine, Tokyo

Togo Shrine (??演?欠??腓?) is a Shinto shrine located in Harajuku, Tokyo.? It was built in 1940 and dedicated to Admiral Togo Heihachiro (??演?桁抗?????) after his death in 1934. Togo is one of the?best naval heroes in Japan,?who defeated the Russian fleet in the Russo-Japanese War in 1904-05.? He was termed ‘Nelson of the East’ by Western journalists. A small museum and a bookshop dedicated to T??g?? Heihachir?? are located within the grounds of the shrine. On the 1st and 4th Sunday each month, one of Tokyo’s best flea markets?with upwards of 100 vendors are held?at the shrine.? Rare finds include inexpensive silk kimonos. Unfortunately, this flea market will be closed down.? The last market will be on Dec.6.? Not many days are left, don’t miss it! Togo Shrine Location: Harajuku, near the intersection of Takeshita Street (腴剛????????) and?Meiji Avenue (???羃脂?????). Website: http://www.togo.co.jp/togo_top.html (Jap) — Higherground Co.,Ltd. 2-8-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan TEL:03-6459-2230 HP:http://www.higherground.co.jp/ TOP PAGE:?https://livingtokyo.net/

  • 10/03/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Happy Halloween in Harajuku, Tokyo!

The biggest event in October, especially for kids,?should be Halloween. Unfortunately, the custom of trick-or-treating is not widespread in Japan, but still there are ways to enjoy the event. One is going to Tokyo Disney Land :?Halloween events are on from Sep.9 to Oct. 31. If you are to enjoy Halloween in the urban area, there is a parade in Harajuku and Omotesando. This parade is for costumed children under age 12, including trick-or-treating, and other attractions.? Characters will be in the parade too! There are also special halloween menus in the commercial areas. Harajuku Omotesando Hello Halloween Date/Time: Oct.24鐚?Sun鐚?11鐚?00?17鐚?00 Website: http://www.harajuku-halloween.com/ (Jap) Note: Ticket (pay) required to participate — Higherground Co.,Ltd. 2-8-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan TEL:03-6459-2230 HP:http://www.higherground.co.jp/ TOP PAGE:?https://livingtokyo.net/

  • 08/27/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Apartment in Harajuku, Tokyo

Crest Omotesando #104??????Finished/腟?篋???? Agent Commission 50% OFF! Bedrooms: 1 Floor Area: 111.98 sqm / 1205.38 sqft Address: 9-15-3, Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Access: 7 minutes walk to Meijijingu-mae Station / Chiyoda Line 8 minutes walk to Omotesando Station / Chiyoda Line, Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line 9 minutes walk to Harajuku Station / JR Yamanote Line Completion: Oct. 2005 Structure: Steel-reinforced Concrete Rent: JPY450,000/month Key Money: 1 month Deposit: 2 months Contract: 2 years Parking: None Pets: Not Allowed Crest Omotesando stands on the back street of Harajuku, with numerous small shops and museums.? Close to Omotesando Hills, Laforet Harajuku, Kiddy Land, and more! Entrance. There is no common entrance like usual apartments.? Enter the room directly. The door is glass-made.? You can see the outside from the door, but pedestrians can see inside the room as well. Windows facing the street is fogged.? It cannot be opened widely (opened to the max in the photo). Living dining room. Lightings are movable on the track. Kitchen.? One cooking stove might be convenient if you cook at home. Bath room and rest room. You can adjust the height of the shelfs on the cabinets and closet 🙂 Bedroom has a roof-light window, but […]

  • 08/14/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Laforet Harajuku and Crepes

???Pop culture box- Laforet Harajuku!??? Harajuku is the center of Japan’s most extreme teenage cultures and fashion styles, and also offers syopping for grown-ups and historic sights.There are two focal point of Harajuku’s teen-oriented shops. One is Takeshita Dori(腴剛????????, Takeshita Street) which is the symbol of Harajuku and birthplace of many Japan’s fashion trends. Another is the landmark of Harajuku-the popular fashion building called ???Laforet Harajuku.??? Laforet Harajuku is a trend-setting shopping complex,which has been opened since 1978. It consists of 7 floors of fashion boutiques and a variety of shops, mainly for young, female audience. But there are fashionable shops for male, and many kinds of goods and items such as living goods,books and CDs. On the top floor, the Laforet Museum hosts various events and exhibitions, including art,music,design, photography and so on.It seems to be the epicenter of fashion, art and culture. When its seasonal bargain sales are held, so many people overflow?the building. It is located along Meiji Avenue in Harajuku on the northern side of Shibuya. It is a short distance from the small north exit named Omotesando-guchi of JR Line Harajuku St. As Takeshita Street begins at the exit and goes down-slope to Meiji Avenue, […]