Hotel Harajuku Trim

6-28-6 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 150-0001 , Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shibuya

Day 6

A travel blog entry by 50shadesofyella

Today we headed for my Fuji. Unfortunately it turned out to be a cold, wet and foggy day so we decided the head back. But we were able o enjoy views of the country side on the train ride to and from Shin-Matsuda. Instead we went to Yokohama to go to a place called "Autobacs" like the Japanese equivalent to Autobarn and supercheap. At Yokohama we arrived at the dockyards so it was another side of Japan that we got to experience. There was ...

Fashion, Film and Night Views: Tokyo Day 2

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike


... area. We spent the morning walking around here, looking for cool things to buy that would scream "Japan". As exciting as the place was, it was really overwhelming to figure out where to go. The main roads had dozens of smaller streets and alleys branching off of them, leading into more stores and miscellaneous shops. Although the streets were packed with people, this area (and most of the places we saw) lacked the chaos and stress of a big city. Unlike Seoul, ...

A Random Sunday in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by ly.lutes


... same makeup style/dyed hair color) and everywhere people calling after you "いらっしә 9;いませ!" (irasshyaimase=come in/welcome in a very polite way). So overstimulating! I was very glad to be done with that. The Loft was much much better. Mostly just a fancy souvenir shop for Japanese tourists. The walk to Meji Jingu was a little far, about 2 or 3 kilometers, but I wanted to walk it to get a chance to see Harajuku and to save a ...

New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by pfrance


... as no surprise then, that Asakusa was bursting with activity on New Year's Eve. We walked through grids and grids of shops selling everything from chopsticks to samurai bandanas (which I bought, of course). After, we traveled to the shrines. I have always wanted to see Japanese shrines, and luckily for me, this week has been filled with them. For whatever reason, I have always been fascinated with their structure. They seem to all be a deep burgundy ...

Public Shaming

A travel blog entry by gaijingina

... a scuffle, and looked over. Just meters from my table were two young men, in their late twenties. One was cowering in a submissive position, the other was standing over him, not quite yelling, but reprimanding him in a stern voice. The cowering man had his eyes downcast, and his hands clasped together, almost begging for some kind of forgiveness.

In response the man standing over him gave a resounding kick into the shin, I heard a gasp but no sounds of ...


This hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Shibuya, is near Cat Street, Togo Shrine, Audi Forum Tokyo / The Iceberg, and Tod's.
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