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Florent

There are two neighboring branches of this mellow boutique; one sells more upscale lines, some of which are familiar to American eyes, while the other stocks a good percentage of the house label, which favors feminine shapes and simple embellishment.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Hanjiro

You'd need hours at this warehouse-size store full of reworked vintage items to take it all in.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Kiddy Land

The Japanese know how to do toys, and this six-floor emporium is a hypnotizing wonderland.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Kiwa

The variety of beads here is beyond comprehensive: opalescent cabochons, metallic rosettes, enameled discs, neon cameos, giant sherbet-hued pearls, and literally tens of thousands of other varieties compete for attention.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Matsumoto Kiyoshi

The Japanese equivalent of Walgreens, but stocked with super specific products—like scented floss to string through your earring holes to clean them—this mega-drugstore is supremely entertaining.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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No. 11

Though it's owned by the same fashion group behind 0044 Boutique, No. 11 could not be more different. Soft music plays, candles light the store at night, and literally everything, from the romantic clothing to the shabby-chic decor of the space itself, only comes in shades of white.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Side by Side

A striking Japanese-born, London-based stylist heads things up, and her superlative blend of little-known European brands always veers toward the adventuresome.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Sleeping Forest

Slices of tree trunks pave the floor, giant stumps serve as display tables, and lush fake elms tower over shoppers as they consider items with a handcrafted feel.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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Team of Beaten

A half-sweet, half-wicked influence has infiltrated nearly every garment by this popular line, which favors Goth motifs and fantastical doodly prints.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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United Arrows

Similar to Beams (see the Shibuya section), this large boutique chain features a varying selection from store to store. For the greatest variety of merchandise, stick to its Harajuku flagship, an airy stainless steel and glass wonder filled with a plenitude of understated lines.
From Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood store listing.

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