Takeshita Street is a 350-meter-long shopping street that stretches from Takeshita Exit of Harajuku Station to Meiji Street. The street is a source of fashion, sweets, and other "kawaii" culture, and on weekends, the street is filled with teenagers and tourists. The street is lined with glamorous and cute stores, where people in unique fashions come and go, and the atmosphere is always chaotic and free.
The town of Harajuku attracts young people every day as the fashion center of Japan. Walking down Takeshita Street, you can see unique "kawaii" fashion, from the gothic style of all-black to the rainbow-colored decora style. The area is lined with apparel stores that target young people and sweet stores that look great on social media, making it the perfect place to experience the latest trends.