Grab LE SHINER’s Rainbow Cheese Dog and Go Shopping in Harajuku

06.December.2018 | FOOD

Hi, everyone. It’s Midori, editor at MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON.

 

Cheese dogs are a really popular dessert right now! There’s a lot of different kinds being sold today, especially in Japan’s biggest Korean Town area Shin-Ōkubo.

 

A version that stands out from all the rest however is the rainbow cheese dog. Did you know you can get them in Harajuku? Let’s take a look!

 

The much talked-about store we are visiting is LE SHINER known for selling rainbow coloured food in Harajuku. It’s right beside Takeshita Street.

To get there, take the Takeshita Exit from Harajuku Station. Make your way to the centre of Takeshita Street and take the street just before Cute Cube Harajuku. It’s one on the corner of the ZAKUZAKU ice cream shop.

 

Head down there and you’ll be met by this cute and colourful store! The shop decorations and decor change from time to time.


As well as cheese dogs, their menu includes rainbow cheese toast, rainbow drinks and other vibrant goodies.

I went ahead and ordered the rainbow cheese dog!


The guy at the window gave me my number so I waited to be called out.

 

After waiting a short while…


I got my rainbow cheese dog!

The rainbow sauce is super cute!

The side is coated in sugar.

When you take a bite you can see all of the colourful cheese!

It’s fun seeing the colours change as you take more and more bites. Even though it’s so colourful it tastes just like normal cheese!

 

It doesn’t come with a tray so it’s the perfect Harajuku treat to walk around with and enjoy.

 

If you’re in Harajuku why not pick one up yourself before heading out to do some shopping?

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    Hi, everyone, it’s Midori from the MOSHI MOSHI BOX Harajuku Tourist Information Center.

     

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    First up, the ice cream!

    You can pick from three flavours: uvacha, matcha or houjicha. I went with houjicha.

     

    It’s pretty big. It has a lot of volume too as the ice cream seeps all the way down to the bottom of the cone!

     

    It has a really rich flavour, it’s like eating houjicha. It’s ice cream but isn’t sweet at all so I recommend this for the non-sweet tooths out there.

    This is the bottle tea latte! Again you can pick from the same three flavours as before. I chose uvacha.

     

    Isn’t the bottle so cute?

     

    Drinks like this are usually served in cups with or without lids which can be a nuisance when shopping. But with this you get a cap so you can seal it completely and carry on shopping. It might even be an idea to take it home, wash it and fill it again with whatever drink you like.

     

    The taste of course is light and it smells good too. It kind of makes you feel like a grown-up.

    You can ask for a vinyl bag which looks cute too. The colour scheme is sophisticated Instagram-worthy.

     

    Enjoy some authentic houjicha treats for yourself too at CHAVATY.

  • Cafe Yolum: The Popular & Pretty Pink South Korean Cafe in Harajuku

    19.October.2018 | FOOD

    Hi, everyone, it’s Midori here from the MOSHI MOSHI BOX Harajuku Tourist Information Center!

     

    Harajuku is currently experiencing an unprecedented South Korean boom! The number of South Korean idol shops and South Korean desserts and sweets is on a rapid increase.

     

    One of these places goes by the name Cafe Yolum and it’s located opposite Harajuku Station! The name comes from the Korean word for ‘summer.’

     

    To find it, exit from Harajuku Station’s Takeshita Exit and head left down the path.

    Keep going straight until you see the pink sign below. The cafe is located on the second floor of the building.

    There’s a ramen restaurant next to it called Seiya (せい家) – use this as your landmark.

    Head upstairs…

    …and you’ll find the pink door!

     

    The whole cafe is decked out in pink, it’s really cute!

    There’s even a neon sign with the cafe’s name written in Korean. Neon signs are really popular on Instagram.

    To order, you need to use the pink ticket machine.

     

    First up, I bought myself a bottled drink! I ordered the most popular one – milk tea with jelly.

    You get a heart-shaped straw with the drink. It’s really tasty and not overly sweet!

     

    The jelly is a lot softer compared to tapioca. It doesn’t get in the way of the milk tea. Plus, it’s cute!

    Next I ordered hotteok, a type of Korean filled pancake! It comes wrapped in paper, but when you open it up the pancake has the Yolum mark on it written in Korean!

    The pancake is filled with red bean paste. It’s a milk taste.

     

    If you have any drink left over they put it in one of their own bags for you!

    It’s fun to take your drink with you shopping along Takeshita Stree too.

     

    They also introduced South Korean cuisine for lunch on October 18!

     

     

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    Try visiting Cafe Yolum for yourself to feel like you’re on a trip in South Korea while in Harajuku!

  • Cute & Delicious Animal Gelato at Eiswelt Gelato on Takeshita Street in Harajuku

    23.September.2018 | FEATURES / FOOD

    Hi everyone, it’s Midori from the MOSHI MOSHI BOX Harajuku Tourist Information Center.

     

    Isn’t the food in Japan recently way too cute? Especially in Harajuku – they have a lot of cute ice cream shops there selling items so cute they almost seem a waste to eat.

     

    A new shop with this very description just opened in Harajuku so I went to check it out! The name of the shop is Eiswelt Gelato, a chain that first opened on Huntington Beach in California.

     

     

    It’s located along Takeshita Street opposite Harajuku Station. It’s packed even on weekdays!

     

     

    This is how the menu looks. All the gelato sold here is shaped like animals.

     

    I ordered “Froggy” which is available only at this Japanese branch. You can pick from either mint or matcha flavours. I went with mint.

     

     

    The ice cream at the counter is super colourful. It’s a lot of fun waiting for your finished gelato to be made!

     

     

    After taking my order the lady carefully drew the frog’s face on.

     

    This is how it came out!

     

     

    It’s definitely something that came from California but it also has that cute Japanese character element to it. It’s charming and something that will be popular with girls. It seems a waste to eat but I had to!

     

    Gelato has less milk than regular ice cream but the flavour of the mint really comes through. It’s crazy delicious.

     

    I said it was a waste to eat earlier but I completely devoured it.

     

    Visit there yourself to get your hands on some new sweets that aren’t just cute but tasty too!

     

    ■Information

    Eiswelt Gelato Harajuku

    Address: 1-8-5 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo

    Opening Hours: 10:00-20:00

    TEL: 03-6804-3103

    Website: http://www.eiswelt-gelato.com/

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