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The Essential Muslim-Friendly Travel Guide to Tokyo's Kawaii Capital – Harajuku
Harajuku - also known as the capital of cute (or kawaii!) in Tokyo. You may think that it's just a place to get your kawaii and Lolita fashion fix but there's so much more to Harajuku than what meets the eye! So equip yourself with our essential guide and start exploring the different sides of Harajuku! Credit: giphy P.S. Don't forget to download the HHWT Travel Planner app, available on Google Play for Android and iTunes Store for iOS, to make your trip to Tokyo even easier! You can find attractions as well as halal food and prayer spaces near these attractions, so no worries on not being able to find halal food anymore! Sightseeing 1. Meiji Shrine A peaceful oasis in the middle of bustling Tokyo, Meiji Shrine, (also known as Meiji Jingu) is sheltered by a forest of 100,000 trees, donated from all parts of Japan  and planted by about 110,000 volunteers. The shrine was constructed in 1920 and is dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shōken. Being Tokyo’s grandest Shintō shrine, this is definitely one of the tourist sights you mustn't miss! #HHWT Tip: Put on a pair of comfortable shoes as you'll need to stroll on a gravel path to
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