Marion Crepes Menu. click here to enlarge the menu. The Harajuku outlet offers a dizzying selection of over 100 crepe combinations! We were quite overwhelmed when we saw the choices available. Luckily, there was a nifty glass display with many fake crepe samples for our reference. We preferred the sweet crepes, especially those that came with Nutella, strawberries, mango, banana, chocolate ice.
Tokyo, Japan - 19th June 2016: Shop window display in Harajuku, Tokyo, showing plastic versions of the sweet and savoury crepes for sale Dessert crepes for sale in a Richmond, BC, Canada shopping mall.
Menu. Social Links. Search. Skip to content. Search for: harajuku crepes My Japanese Culinary Adventure. Diafuku. When asked the purpose of my recent trip to Japan my reply was simple, “I’m going there to eat.” And it was true. But never would I have anticipated not only the variety, but also the regularity of how often I would consume local foods. From tiny baitfish over rice for lunch.
Harajuku is known for its extreme youth fashion and, more generally, as a mecca for teenagers. Opposite the Takeshita Exit of JR Harajuku Station is Takeshita Dori, a shopping street crammed either side with clothes stores, crepe stalls, and cheap restaurants.Adults are few and far between—this really is a place for the kids who will in a few years opt for Shibuya as their stomping ground.
The display at Harajuku Crepes is hands down the spiffiest among all the eateries in Melbourne, and I want to hear from anyone who would challenge that claim. Some of the crepes themselves are kind of meh, like the apple cinnamon, but anything with Nutella you know is going to be delicious, and the presentation is just lovely, not to mention the funky seating. A lot of the combinations are.
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Crepes are very popular snacks in Japan, especially among younger teens in Harajuku. On one major, crowded fashion street in Harajuku called Takeshita Street or Takeshita Dori, several competing crepe stands sell various kinds of sweet or savory crepes to enjoy.The sweet choices include common options like strawberries and bananas with chocolate syrup.