Want to know more about the Harajuku crepes?

Crepes is one of the most popular things to eat in Harajuku. There are several shops where you can get them – from sweet to savory.

Down below you can read more about the best shops for Harajuku crepes and useful information before your visit:

What is a Harajuku crepe?

The Harajuku-style crepe is a thin pancake that they roll into a cone, filled with various fillings – from sweet to savory. At most crepe shops there are over 100 different fillings and flavors to choose from.

The sweet fillings include; custard, ice cream, whipped cream, pieces of cakes, chocolate, sweet sauces (chocolate, caramel, strawberry, etc.), and fresh fruits.

There are not as many options and flavors when it comes to the savory crepes in Harajuku, but they’re delicious so make sure to taste one. Different kinds of meat, cheese, salad, sauces, and eggs are commonly used in the savory crepes.

If you like sweet or savory, it’s up to you. Personally I like the savory crepes better!

Where to buy crepes in Harajuku

Angel’s Heart

Angel’s Heart is one of the most popular crepe shops in Harajuku. It has been around for almost 40 years, which makes this crêperie to one of the oldest in Harajuku.

Not only is this place photogenic with it’s cute pink decor on the outside, but they make good crêpes as well!

Santa Monica Crepes

At this crêpe shop you have over 100 different flavors to choose from, both sweet and savory. In addition to all this, they also have bubble tea, which is popular among both locals and tourists.

Santa Monica Crepes is also one of the most photogenic crêpe shops in Harajuku. You can take lots of fun photos here!

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Café Crêpe Harajuku – Strawberry House

Café Crêpe Harajuku, also known as the Strawberry House, is another crepe shop that has been around for a long time. Since 1977 to be specific.

It’s located at the bottom of the famous La Foret building and is famous for their banana chocolate whipped cream crepe, as well as their crepes with matcha.

Café Crêpe Harajuku

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Santa Monica Crepes – Come on Sweet Girls

Santa Monica Crepes ”Come on Sweet Girls”, is another crêperie with over 100 different crepes to choose from.

The strawberry banana crepe and the chocolate ice cream crepe is two of their best sellers, if you’re having a hard time deciding what to get.

This Santa Monica Crepe is located in the middle of Takeshita Street.

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Marion Crepes

Marion Crepes is the oldest crepe shop in Harajuku. It’s been open since 1976.

This crêperie isn’t famous for its cute decor, but for their delicious crepes. It’s almost always a queue to this place.


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How much does it cost?

A crepe cost from 400 yen up to 1000 yen if you want one of the crazy crepes. And by crazy I mean whipped cream, chocolate and vanilla ice cream, a slice of cheese cake, a chocolate brownie, custard cream, chocolate and caramel sauce, fruits, and nuts – all stuffed in one crêpe.

Personally that’s a bit too much for me, but if you decide to try one of those crazy crepes, let me know how it was!


Is it good?

Personally, I like the hot savory crepes more than the sweet crepes. 

The sweet crepes are often filled with lots of cream, which is something I didn’t like too much. However, some of the crepes are filled with ice cream and custard as well, and that must be much more delicious. Next time, I’ll give it a try again.

If you like cheese, try one of the savory crepes. At Marion Crepes they have both vegetarian and with meat, and lots of cheese.

More about Harajuku Crepes

Map of the crepe shops in Harajuku

Down below you have a map of the crepe shops in Harajuku. They’re all located within walking distance from each other, as well as from the train station and metro station.

How to get to Harajuku

It’s easy to go to Harajuku since you can take both the metro and the JR train. If you take the metro you can go with the Chiyoda Metro Line (green) or Fukutoshin Metro Line (brown) and hop off at the Meiji-jungumae station.

If you take the JR train you hop of at Harajuku Station.

Photo inspiration

Need some photo inspiration before buying one of the popular Harajuku crepes? Down below you have some photo inspiration before visiting one of the crepe shops in Harajuku.

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