Harajuku's Yoyogi Park is an excellent place to get a glimpse in person of all of those different sub-cultures you may have heard of. Rockabilly, Gothic Lolita, punk, hip-hop kids, you'll find them all here. You'll also find the locals having a picnic, practicing a play, watching a band, or eating some street food. It's a great chance to be a part of Tokyo culture without having to spend any money.
Near the entrance to the park, which is located just south of Harajuku Station, you might find different groups of Japanese men dressed as Elvis, dancing to his songs. They won't ask for money, they seem to love dancing and dressing up. You might also find groups of youngsters practicing their j...Read More