I didn’t find anything because most of the stuff that I ran into can be bought here at home (America). You’ll find imported goods and you might say that you can buy these at home for a lower price. “Hype beast” fashion (Obey, Supreme, & anything similar) are found here and lots of them. Takeshita street had some knockoff stores that are owned by Nigerians. They’ll beg you to come check out their goods. I assume these are the stores where Japanese people buy their broken English street wear. Other than fashion, you’ll find hip bars and restaurants in every block. And everyone always mention about their crepes. Too bad I didn’t have any. Maybe next time…
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Shitty photo and I went a little crazy with this one. It’s a mess, but that pretty much covers the flashy lights in Japan.