Takeshita Dori, Harajuku – Podcast #18

Chris Kirkland

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Anti-fur protesters at the entrance to Takeshita Doori/Street

This week your favourite cheapos take a stroll down Takeshita Dori Harajuku. Squeezing through the school girls, socks, crepes and rabbit bags, Chris, Greg and his daughter give you a running commentary on what the cheapo can find amongst the stalls and shops of the legendary Takeshita Dori.


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Thrifting, vintage and secondhand shopping, hipster hangouts, live music, cheap restaurants - a calm bohemian neighbourhood in the heart of Tokyo.


Takeshita Dori is a narrow pedestrian only shopping street (or shotengai 商店街) just across from Harajuku station and is a popular area amongst the younger crowd, well more specifically the teenage girls :). It’s been known as an epicenter of fads, fashion and Crepes since as far back as the 70’s.

Cheapo eat this week: Nikushokugyou

candy shop on takeshita dori

This shared taxi service is a cheap option for a door-to-door transfer from the airport. If you're new to Japan, then use this friendly minibus click here for details
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rabbit manequin

sock shop harajuku

crepes everywhere

Podcast editing and production by: Podcast Magic






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One Response to “Takeshita Dori, Harajuku – Podcast #18”

  1. Halloween tip: BODYLINE in Takeshita street has very cheap and realistic wigs.


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