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Harajuku is a popular district that’s located in Tokyo, Japan’s Shibuya district. When Harajuku was founded back in the 1800s, it was originally a small town that could only support a very small population. Despite its humble status as a post town, Harajuku would play a pivotal role during Japan’s Edo Period – the era of Samurai, Shoguns, and Ninjas. In fact, Harajuku was owned and controlled by a Shogunate (an ancient Japanese military regime) for many years until the Meiji Restoration occurred in the 1800s. By Emperor Meiji’s decree, Harajuku became a part of Tokyo.
Though all of these events happened centuries ago, one can still see the influence that they’ve had on Harajuku. Several shrines are located in the district, as well as a number of well-preserved castles. Many of the customs that are held by Harajuku’s citizens stem from the Meiji Period and even from the Edo Period. Other customs, such as Harajuku’s robust athletics, cosplay, fashion, and shopping scenes are only becoming more pervasive over time. The end result is a district that has something old and something new for everyone.
Between the slew of amazing shopping centers and breathtaking shrines in the area, visitors will find plenty to do in Harajuku. This district is also extremely close to several other popular areas like Yoyogi and Jingumae. While you’re in Harajuku, Bounce recommends a few great spots.
Visit Meiji Shrine and pay homage to Japan’s revered Emperor Meiji the Great and Empress Shoken
Watch the latest and greatest feature-length films at the UA Cine Times theater
Walk along the Jingu Bashi bridge and admire amazing Cosplays on display
Buy snacks, groceries, and souvenirs at the Omotesando Hills shopping complex
Travel back through time at Tokyo’s Tōgō Shrine
Experience Tokyo’s fashion scene in person at Takeshita Street
Cheer on some of Japan’s finest athletes at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium
See a wide array of amazing Japanese woodblock art at the Ukiyo-e Ōta Memorial Museum of Art
Get some fresh air at Yoyogi Park
Catch a ride at Harajuku Station
Subway: Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line, Yamanote Line
Tokyo Toei Buses
There are two things that first-time travelers ought to know about Harajuku. Number one, Harajuku is somewhat expensive. Many of the stores and restaurants there charge a pretty penny for their services. Granted, the experience will be worth every cent, but it’s worth bringing some extra cash along just to be safe. Number two, Harajuku is very crowded. Visitors often have very little space between one another as they migrate through the district. More often than not, travelers will literally rub shoulders with one another as they move from one shop to the next. It can be easy for a tourist to lose their things in such a large crowd, unless they use Bounce.
Bounce is a luggage storage service that’s available in most major cities like Tokyo, as well as their districts, like Harajuku. Our luggage storage stations are located near tourist attractions, events hubs, and marketplaces. For $5.90 per day, travelers can store everything with Bounce, any day of the week. To learn more about our services, simply download the easy to use app.
Luggage Storage Near A+S
We weren’t kidding when we said that Fashion is really big in Harajuku. Boutiques and thrift shops are all over the district, including A+S (Architecture and Design.) A+S is the one-stop shop for Sneakerheads – this store features an amazing collection of shoes from big-name brands like Adidas, Converse, Nike, and many more. A+S also has a unique selection of shoes that can only be purchased inside their store.
A+S is easily one of the best shoe shops in all of Shibuya, let alone Harajuku. There’s always an awesome sale or a special promotion for patrons to capitalize on. Understandably, A+S is very strict about letting visitors bring in too much luggage. For anyone looking to visit A+S, we recommend storing your extra luggage with Bounce before you stop by this stellar shoe shop.
Luggage Storage Near the Japan National Stadium
For those who don’t know, many Major League sports are very big in Japan. Baseball became very popular with Japanese citizens during the 1960s; however, football and track and field have surged in popularity over the last few decades or so. Hence the Japan National Stadium – a multi-purpose sports venue that was built in 2019.
The Japan National Stadium was built to replace Tokyo’s 1958 National Stadium, which itself was built to replace the Meiji Jingu Gaien Stadium. With a massive field size of 107 by 71 meters, the Japan National Stadium is the perfect place to hold major sporting events like the 2020 Summer Olympics and the 2021 Paralympics. One of our Bounce stations is located near this iconic sports venue.
Luggage Storage Near Nezu Museum
Japan’s art scene has garnered an international following over the years. Be it Japanese calligraphy or woodblock prints (known as Ukiyo-e Prints in Japanese), fans of Japanese art can be found in countries all around the world. If only there was some sort of institute dedicated to displaying and preserving all manners of Japanese art. Wait a second, there is – the Nezu Museum!
At the Nezu Museum, you'll find extensive gardens sure to amaze, several galleries, and also a museum shop. This museum is located in Tokyo’s Minato district, one of Harajuku’s neighboring districts. Anyone who’s a fan of Japanese artwork should definitely visit the Nezu Museum as soon as they get the chance. Visitors can use Bounce to store their luggage before heading into this astonishing museum.
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The price for luggage storage near Harajuku is just ¥600/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Harajuku.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Harajuku area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Harajuku and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.