On December 25, 2014, a new visitor center opened in Harajuku. The new “Moshi Moshi Box” is a joint project between the Shibuya Tourism Association and Harajuku Shop Association. Asobi System (of the Kyari Pamyu Pamyu company) and the Shibuya tourism association collaborated on this information center. They will help you get information, give advice and offer free maps and guides of the areas around Harajuku. The visitor center is located on Meiji Dori directly across the street from the end of Takeshita Dori. The landmark is the shocking pink wall decorated with many bizarre dolls and a big clock showing times in cities around the world.
The Moshi Moshi Box will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. As you can see in the picture above, you can buy some unique Japanese souvenirs for your family or friends.
The Harajuku area is a shopping area and there are many sweets shops and clothing shops. Harajuku is often teeming with people, so if you need help navigating the crowds try this Moshi Moshi box.
You can use the internet via the free WiFi here.
You can also exchange cash from your country's currency to yen.
These are sushi sox. I strongly recommend you to buy it as a souvenir.
Do you think these look like sushi? These are not sushi. These are pairs of socks.
As the shopping district that symbolizes Japanese pop culture, Harajuku is a must-visit for any tourist.
Enjoy shopping and exploring Harajuku!