Laforet Harajuku, Shibuya

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  • An institution in Tokyo, Laforet is hard to miss and a must-visit for shoppers who are looking for the hippest and trendy clothes. Get surprised everytime you visit as there are pop up events constant...  more »
  • It's located in a large shopping mall in Harajuku ... Did a lot of the younger I feel. Shopping is good and I feel a lot of distinctive young and trendy Harajuku.
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  • Here you'll be exposed to some of the most innovative, interesting fashion designers in Tokyo. It's fun to meander the pop-up shops, try on unique pieces and select a few that no one else will have ba...  more »
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  • Pretty cool place to find original Japanese brands. Some of the stores are over priced for the quality. But the food court on the 2nd floor is great. This is also a good spot to hang out if you want to see young fashion hipsters in Harajuku. Cons Most of the staff can't speak English and only a very few stores offer lager sizes. Pros You can find all the alternative and kawaii stores from from the 1st floor down to the bottom level.
  • This is the first mall I've ever seen that had half floors. Like, you'll be on the first floor, walk up a short flight of stairs, and be on floor 1.5, and there will only be shops on one half of the building. Half floors aside, Harajuku fashion is way different than anything else in Japan. The fact that there is a floor of clothing for dressing like a pirate, fairy, maid, or steampunk character pretty much says it all. Also, there were a lot of clothing stores selling unisex clothing, which isn't common in North America.
  • It's a department store type place. There's an amazing variety here including interesting styles (yes including lolita, punk, etc.). The prices are in the mid to high range but the quality of the stuff is really good. Definitely worth a look. Take note though, it's the typical Japanese store with Japanese measurements. I'm on the tall side (184 cm) and I haven't yet found anything that suits me here.
  • An easy and unthtreatening introduction to what Harajuku has to offer. Ten or so floors of eccentric little shops selling funky streetwear for the whole family.
  • EXO-L JAPAN~ This is a really pretty mall. It's a great mall for pre-teens, and teenagers. Laforet has 0.5 floors which is pretty cool. Ex: floor 1.5, floor 2.5. Right now they have a EXO-CBX pop-up store until June 11 ( 6/11 ). The EXO CBX store is located on the 2nd floor, and any EXO-L in Japan should go check it out. The EXO-CBX sells EXOrDium Japan merchandise too. They have the EXO official LightStick, T-Shirts, Towels, Charm Bracelets, Hats and More from EXO PLANET #3 Japan. They also sell many EXO-CBX goods too for example ... T-Shirts, Patches, Key Holders, Pins, Water Bottles, Juice, Fans, and More!! Nothing is ever sold out so go check the merch out! The staff at the EXO-CBX store are very kind and helpful. When you enter the EXO-CBX store you can write a message to Xiumin, Chen, and Baekhyun!! Hope this helped! Also~ who's excited for EXO's Comeback????!!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️ ~ Kimia [ EXO-L ]

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