Leaving Akihabara to Harajuku we lightly planned the rest of the day. The cool thing about being in the bright lights of Shibuya & Tokyo is that you can leave it and be countryside to see authentic Japan.
This trip however was all business though today we spent hanging around, checking new things out and eating, of course. Too many good restaurants in such a small area. Eat light so you can sample things. I think that’s the trick.
Can’t wait to be back here once again next month for our Hellaflush event. If you’re in town, hit us up, we’d love to go out for a drink!
Nike iD custom tees while you wait.
Lacoste has something new brewing. Triggered to the youth. Nice stuff.
Lots of cool cars dont make it here to the states. The A1 is one of them. Too much competition in this category to justify it but its a good looking car that has tons of potential.
Walking around, getting hungry.. Noah suggested curry buns at Jinnan Curry on Cat street. Same street FTC Skateboarding is on as well as Kiddyland. Lets go!
Albert killing it.
as did Noah.
Atmos has gone big. (located across from Audi, to the left a little on Meji Dori)
MadHectic has gone HUGE. I believe RealMadHectic has branched off.
Stickered up Tokyo. You’ll find tons of stickers all over the place around Harajuku. If you see any of ours, take a snap and send em.
Neighborhood always has the goods. Love this place.
Lets get a snack again. I settled for a drink while the others ate. Nice menu.
Noah’s meal consisted of a salad, ice coffee and some ice cream. While Kenta and Albert chomped down on a Spam Misubi.
Loved the interior space.
Spotted this VW inspired K-car.
Walking to Kenta’s car parked near Challenger.
Someone mentioned they were hungry again. So we headed to a noodle spot and saw these girls hanging outside. Im unsure what this style is called but Im not too much a fan of it. Seems to be mad popular here as well as in SF’s japantown.
This one is to the left off the JR train in Harajuku. Really really good.
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