What is Harajuku?

"In Tokyo, there is a kind of flow when it comes to food and fashion. This flow stems from Harajuku."

Harajuku refers to the area in Tokyo around Harajuku Station, which is between Shinjuku and Shibuya on the Yamanote Line. It is the center of Japan's most vibrant teenage culture and fashion styles, which also offers plenty of shopping delights for adults.

The focal point of Harajuku's teenage culture is Takeshita Dori (Takeshita Street) and its side streets, which are lined with many trendy shops, fashion boutiques, vintage clothing stores, crepe stands, and fast food outlets geared towards fashion and trend-conscious teens.

About Us

Harajuku Tokyo Cafe takes you to the streets of Harajuku – where every bite bursts with flavours, colors, and culture. We welcome you to take a piece of harajuku with you each time you leave our cafe. Every treat on our menu – from our savouries and breads to the soft and fluffy pancakes and Japanese cheesecakes; from bento bowls & ramen to authentic boba tea – have been handcrafted by renowned Japanese chefs.

Our Ninja Spirit

Our mascot – The Harajuku Ninja – stands for creating a sense of harmony within oneself. The spirit of the Ninja embodies everything we practice – from our recipes to our service. We balance out opposing flavours and garnish them with love and kindness. 


Calm, reserved and a perfectionist – The Farmer is very particular about every detail and ensures that we provide you with healthy and hygienic ingredients in all our dishes.


Impulsive and creative – The Hunter is the one in charge of delivering your meal swiftly – fresh from our kitchen.


Rational, super-organized, and empathetic – The Humanist is a good samaritan and a thought leader when it comes to helping the community.


Self-confident and social – The Warrior gets extremely jealous if a person nearby has a better meal served.