Yoyogi National Stadium
This early masterpiece by architect Tange Kenzō was built for the 1964 Olympics. The stadium, which looks vaguely like a samurai helmet,...
Ukiyo-e Ōta Memorial Museum of Art
This small, peaceful museum houses the excellent ukiyo-e (woodblock prints) collection of Ōta Seizo, the former head of the Toho Life...
This is Tokyo’s famous teen-fashion bazaar, where trendy duds sit alongside the trappings of various fashion subcultures (colourful...
Mori no Terrace
Come to this popular shop to sample the elegantly thin noodles, silky chāshū (roast pork) and righteous karashi takana (hot pickled...
If you’re hunting to take photos of Harajuku’s legendary cos-players (costume players), this is your best bet. Though the scene appears to be fading, on sunny weekends (especially Sundays) you might catch eccentrically dressed teens assembling here.