Yes, Harajuku is Tokyo's centre of youth culture and fashion, but the area also has plenty of other stories to tell of its long and diverse history. See ukiyo-e woodblock prints (and learn how they relate to the trends of today) at the Ota Museum, and shop the collections of three of Japan's most respected fashion brands: Toga, Visvim and N. Hoolywood. Get a cup of painstakingly prepared coffee made with carefully selected beans from Koffee Mameya, fuel your adventures with a rice ball from Maru-Sankaku, and feel at home with comfort food from Cafe Casa.