Top 5 Most Kawaii Food in Harajuku
Harajuku has some of the best and most kawaii food in the whole of Tokyo! From giant cotton candy to rainbow cheese toasties…Harajuku really has it all! Today we’re going to show you the TOP FIVE most kawaii and amazing food on offer in Harajuku!
1. Giant Cotton Candy, Totti Candy Factory
Totti Candy Factory embodies all things kawaii, which is what Harajuku is all about! This store sells tons of different kawaii candies in an amazing decorated shop! The thing they’re most famous for though is, of course, their GIANT RAINBOW COTTON CANDY.
The cotton candy is super cute but also super tasty! you can also get a heart shaped one too! This cotton candy is truly iconic to Harajuku, you have to get it if you’re going there!
2F Ryu Apartment 1-16-5 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
10:30AM – 20:00PM
2. Kawaii Crepes, Santa Monica Crepes
If you walk down Takeshita Street in Harajuku, you’ll be bombarded with signs for crepes! Crepes are an extremely popular food in Harajuku and all over Tokyo! These are no ordinary crepes, these are on a whole other level!
Santa Monica Crepes is one of the most popular crepe stores in Harajuku offering one of the largest varieties of crepes ever! They have both sweet and savory crepes, the sweet ones include everything from brownie crepes to ice cream crepes to fruit crepes. The savory ones include flavors such as: Cheese, Tuna Mayo, Ham and much more!
1-6-15 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Up to 1000yen.
10:00AM – 9:30PM. 7 days a week.
3. Rainbow Grilled Cheese, Le Shiner
Harajuku has recently began to have an obsession with making everything cheesy and rainbow colored! At this store they also sell deep-fried cheese sticks that are also rainbow colored…amazing!
This store is fairly new in Harajuku and has recently gained a lot of hype when they released this cheese sandwich and so it may be a little bit crowded when you go to get it but it is ver much worth the wait! The shop itself is also decorated very kawaii and so it’s great for instagram pictures!
1 Chome-7-10 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001
11AM-18:00PM. 7 days a week.
4. Animal Icecream, The Zoo
The Zoo, is an ice cream shop located in Harajuku which sells the most amazing ice cream which are all shaped like animals! The shop itself is also super cute and acts as a great background for taking pictures with your super kawaii ice cream!
They have ice cream shaped like pigs, chickens, elephants, pandas and tigers and their store also sells many other kawaii food and drink items!
150-0001, B1F 3-20-10, Jingumae, Shibuyaku, Tokyo
11:00AM – 19:00PM. 7 days a week.
5. Conveyor Belt Cakes, Cafe Ron Ron
Cafe Ron Ron is an all you can eat dessert cafe, but the twist is that your food come on a conveyor belt like sushi! There are tons of cakes and sweets constantly going around the conveyor belt and you get 40 mins to grab and eat as much as you can!
The store is super cute and so are all the desserts! This cafe is great for dessert lovers who are looking to east somewhere kawaii!
Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Jingu-mae 6-7-15
Women 2,100 yen. Men 2,400yen.
11:00AM – 20:00PM. 7 days a week.
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