Shopping and Tea party with Gothic, Lolita and Punks

July 5th, 2012By Category: Culture

Shopping and Tea party with Gothic, Lolita and Punks 1

Availability: 7th July 2012

Duration: 1 day

Speaks: 日本語 (Fluent) English (Beginner)

Area: Tokyo

Nearest station: JR Harajuku Station (JR原宿駅)

Min Participants: 10

Max Participants: 15

Remarks: This activity will take place once there are more than 10 participants.


In Japan there are unique cultures that can’t be found much in other countries, such as Lolita and Gothic fashion; our club, “The Gothic, Lolita, and Punk Club”, is one such unique culture.

The aim of this club is to spread the charm and beauty of this genre of clothes within Japan as well as the world.

In this activity you’ll become a member of “the Gothic, Lolita, and Punk Club” for a day and experience our every day club activities.

In this activity you will…

  1. Separate into two groups, and walk the streets of Harajuku with members of the club.
    (Visit stores near “laffore” and “Takeshita Street” that carry Lolita and Gothic clothes)
  2. Later, we will go to a cafe for a tea party
  3. You wil than experience an elegant tea party at an entirely reserved café in “Harajuku” called “Bistro & Cafe La ChouChou”

On the day of the event, there will be over 10 people participating in Gothic or Lolita clothes so you can directly interact with Japanese people who are thorough in their knowledge of all Gothic and Lolita.

This activity will be a valuable experience in which you will see a different side of Japan that is in no way attainable traveling just with a guidebook.

I look forward to meeting you all!

(3000yen is just an entrance fee and doesn’t include drinks or food. Drinks are around 600yen each and food around 800 yen)

To book, visit FindJPN.

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FindJPN is an activity booking service website where you can book a variety of unique tours at reasonable prices. We believe traveling can be more exciting with hands-on experiences and face-to-face communication. We are initially focusing on the Tokyo area, but we plan to expand to other areas of Japan in the future. We’ll help you find the real Japan!

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