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Perché la gente del luogo lo consiglia
A landmark ever since it opened, this department store has stayed at the forefront of Lolita fashion. The basement is where they carry the big brands that I love. This is a great place to get started with your first Lolita outfit, which you can expect to cost you around ¥100,000. There are always different pop-up shops at the entrance of the department store. Check them out—you never know what you’ll find!
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LaForet Harajuku is a trend setting shopping complex, consisting of seven floors of fashion boutiques and shops, mainly geared towards a young, female audience. The LaForet Museum on the top floor hosts various events and exhibitions.
Hours: 11:00 to 21:00 LaForet Harajuku is a trend setting shopping complex, consisting of seven floors of fashion boutiques and shops, mainly geared towards a young, female audience.
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