Tokyu Plaza Harajuku “Harakado”: The latest commercial facility opens on Wednesday, April 17, 2024.

Harajuku, the center of youth culture, is located in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo. It is visited by many young people and tourists and is known as a place where various cultures such as fashion, music, and art intersect.

Newly opened in Harajuku, Tokyu Plaza Harajuku “Harakado”(“Harakado” below) will open on April 17, 2024 (Wednesday). A rooftop terrace, magazine library, public bath, and more…this is a spot of note unique to Harajuku that can only be experienced here.

This time, our editorial department has visited the restaurant ahead of time, We will introduce the charm of “Harakado” with photos!


What is “Harakado”?

Located in the Jingumae intersection area where Omotesando and Meiji Dori cross, “Harakado” is a commercial facility with 75 unique stores on all floors from the basement floor to the rooftop terrace.

The name “Harakado” represents a street corner where people meet and the desire to give birth to a new culture. Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku, which is also operating at the Jingumae intersection, has been renamed Tokyu Plaza Omotesando “Omokado”, and the two buildings across the intersection will operate in cooperation. The company aims to further enhance the attractiveness of the Jingumae intersection with “Harakado” and “Omokado”.

Editor’s recommended highlights by floor

Town centered around a public bathhouse (Kosugi-yu Harajuku) – B1F

Kosugi-yu Co, Ltd. with the goal of “creating a public bath in town that will last 100 years”, produced a floor that looks like a “town centered around a public bath”. The concept is a place where you can meet people as they are, a place where you can be yourself, and the floor is named “Chikaichi” because it is on the first basement floor.

Kosugi-yu Harajuku(小杉湯原宿)

Kosugi-yu is a long-established public bathhouse in Koenji, founded in 1933. Its specialties include “alternating hot and cold baths”, in which visitors alternate between hot and cold water, and “milk baths”, which have been handed down from the first generation.

Women’s bath

The photo shows the women’s bath, but the size and shape are almost the same for men and women. There are three bathtubs, nine washing areas, and an inner air bath space where two to three people can sit.

There is also an after-bath zone and Kose’s new directly-managed store.

Area between basement and first floor – GF

The G-Floor exists between the basement and the first floor. It houses a number of stores that take on new challenges.

GF Floor

“CASBA”, a members-only bar that is said to be the end point of Tokyo Night Cruise, and “CORNER SHOP by CASBA”, an apparel brand that collaborates with various creators, will open their stores.
Four other stores will also be lined up, including a sweets store “Canulé and Ice”, a beauty salon “PEEK-A-BOO”, and a special Mugiwara store “ONE PIECE MUGIWARA STORE HARAJUKU”.

Full of Harakado-style (shopping floor)-1F

Connected to the main entrance on the Omotesando side of the 1st floor and the street stores, this is an area where visitors can enjoy a unique lineup of Harakado-style “fun” items.

1F Floor


A sake brand based on the concept of time.
This is the second directly managed store in Tokyo, following Nakameguro.
Free tastings of all products are available at the store.

The stylish bottle is perfect for souvenirs!

Kanro POCKeT(ヒトツブカンロ)

Candy store of “Kanro”, well-known for its pure gummy candies.
We also sell “gummi-tzel,” which are a hot topic on SNS. These souvenirs are so popular at Tokyo Station that numbered tickets are required and the number of pieces is limited.
Until now, only box purchases have been available, but at this store, you can buy from one piece.

The Harajuku-only design candy canes are a must-have!

rit. Tokyo

Craft chocolate made from two ingredients: cacao beans and millet sugar.
7-inch records, cassette tapes, piano keys, and other musical themes.

Nice packaging that makes you want to give it as a gift to someone. The shopkeeper is also stylish!


The first innovative CBD store to open in Tokyo.
CBD oil, gummies, cosmetics, and sweets are available.

It is said that if you put three drops of CBD oil in your mouth, do not swallow it immediately, but keep it at the root of your tongue.

Other Shops

Lineup unique to Harakado (shopping floor)-2F

The second floor is a shopping area featuring a lineup of items that can only be found at Harakado, including the first real store openings of brands that have been mainly online, and the first Harajuku store openings of stores that were sadly closed.


TENGA, whose vision is to “change sex into something everyone can enjoy on Omote-dori,” opened on Omote-dori.

The eye-catching interior of the store. Apparel was also on sale.


Sells environmentally and women-friendly shoes and bags.
If the insoles are removed, they can be washed entirely in a washing machine, an excellent feature.

Light and comfortable to wear. It is said to be so popular that there is a waiting list, so check it out!


Directly operated by ʼ47, which offers officially licensed MLB caps.
Limited edition caps and the first Japan-only apparel lineup were also unveiled.

This series is a must have. I’m curious about the first appearance of the checkered caps …

Other Shops

Creators’ Platform-3F

The third floor is the Creator’s Platform, which plays a central role as a center for cultural creation and dissemination in Harakad.
It provides a place where creation and consumption circulate through participation, experience, and purchase of what creators produce on the spot.

3F Floor

Members-only creative lounge.
It has a lounge, a mini-theater with large antique speakers, a pop-up space, and a gallery.

Other Shops

“Harappa”, a public space like a field – 4F

The entire floor is titled “Harappa”, with the theme of “Nature, Chill Out” x “Experience in Harajuku”.
A field-like space where you can enjoy art and plants will open up.



Also has a café.

HARAJUKU KITCHEN & TERRACE (Food & Beverage floor, rooftop terrace) – 5F, 6F, 7F

The 5th to 7th floors are called “HARAJUKU KITCHEN & TERRACE”, and approximately 23 restaurants are concentrated on the food and beverage floors and rooftop terrace. Visitors can enjoy a variety of cuisines.


The 5th floor is an area where stores with interiors that stimulate the creative mind line the streets like a side street, and art is scattered throughout the area.


A popular Italian tavern inspired by the 21st province of Italy.
Although there are currently five Harakado restaurants in Tokyo, the Harakado restaurant is the only one that offers a rich menu of Japanese and Italian cuisine.

We tried the recommended menu item, Italian dumplings with minced lamb and Italian highball. The collaboration of Italian and Japanese was new and the strongest.

Other Shops


The 6th floor is an area where the lawn zone and rooftop terrace are seamlessly connected to provide a personalized way to spend time. In collaboration with “Kosugi-yu harajuku” on the first basement floor, the restaurant will present a food culture unique to “Harakado”, including “sento-meshi” to be eaten after taking a sento.


A Mexican restaurant that uses Mexican avocados in all of its menu items.
Mexican Dining AVOCADO, loved in Shinjuku, Shimokitazawa, and Kyoto, will open its first store in a commercial facility.

Burritos are hearty and include rice and avocado as well as the main meat, and are available in two sizes.

I actually ate the chicken burrito. It was softer than I had imagined, and the portion was large but not too heavy! This is a definite repeat.

PIZZERIA CIRO(ピッツェリア チーロ)

An authentic pizzeria offering authentic Neapoli-pizza as a certified restaurant of the “Vera Pizza Napoletana”.
Harakado has a new take-out specialty restaurant that looks like downtown Naples.

I actually tried squid ink croquette. The inside is risotto, and it’s so delicious that you’ll want to eat as many as you want!

Other Shops

⚪︎7階 屋上テラス

Overlooking the Jingumae intersection, you can enjoy beautiful views and a relaxing atmosphere with lush greenery.

Rooftop terrace extends over the 6th and 7th floors.

Facility Information

Basic Information


6-31-21 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Phone number


Opening Hours

B1F-4F (shopping floor)

11:00 – 21:00



B1F (Kosugi-yu harajuku)

7:00 – 23:00


8:00 – 23:00

*For more information, please visit Facility Service Information page for more information.

regular closing day

January 1 and other irregular holidays


By train

Tokyo Metro

Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line: 1 minute walk from Meiji-jingumae (Harajuku) Station (Exit 4 or 7)
Chiyoda Line, Hanzomon Line, Ginza Line: 9-minute walk from Omotesando Station, Exit A1


Yamanote Line: 4-minute walk from “Harajuku” station

For cars

Parking available ( 7:00-23:00 (last entry 22:30 ))

From Meiji-dori and Shibuya direction, turn left on the road between Tokyu Plaza Harajuku “Harakado” and Harajuku ITF building to enter the garage.
*Right-turn entry from the direction of Shinjuku is not allowed.


400 yen / 30 min.
Maximum charge for one day ¥2,000

discounted service

1 hour free for use of ¥5,000 (tax included) or more
2 hours free for use of ¥20,000 (tax included) or more

*Some stores are not eligible for this service.
*For more information Access page for more information.

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