Though you may think Harajuku is solely the center of Japan’s pop-culture, kawaii fashion and punk boutiques, and viral street food trends, it is also home to sacred and historical sites you’ll want...
After a long day in Harajuku of eating colored treats and checking out the fun shops along Takeshita Street, you may be looking for a quiet place to unwind and recharge.
When I first came to Japan, nearly ten years ago, a very “in-the-know-friend” brought me to Sakuratei. It was my first time eating, and of course cooking, okonomiyaki.