Conceived to fulfill the dual roles of offering retail space specializing in fashion and event space anchored by the Laforet Museum, Laforet Harajuku opened in 1978 and immediately became the focus of attention as a place to find leading brands, as an incubator for creators, artists and entrepreneurs, as a venue for trendsetting events and as an originator of very topical advertising.
With the recent debut of Omotesando Hills, the Harajuku / Omotesando area has been given yet another fresh injection of vitality and remains Japan's premier home of fashion and style. The trendsetting influence of Laforet Harajuku, which is now commemorating three decades as one of the most recognizable landmarks of the area, also remains undimmed.
- Laforet Harajuku
Laforet Harajuku has been very successful at bringing out the appeal of the town of Harajuku by constantly offering cutting-edge fashion information, incubating young fashion creators and a large number of entrepreneurs and producing a wide range of events.
Conference Facilities and Event Spaces
- Laforet Museum Harajuku
Since the museum opened, it has constantly produced a large number of events of many different kinds in order to enable visitors to enjoy genuine art and entertainment that transcends genres. The rich variety of culture produced from here has had various impacts on eras, towns, and people. The Laforet Museum will continue to initiate new trends for new eras.
Access by Train
- Five-minute walk from the Omotesando Exit of Harajuku Station on the JR Yamanote Line
- One-minute walk from Exit 5 of Meiji-jingumae Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
|Overview of Plan|
|Location||1-11-6 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|
|Size of site||2,776m2|
|Construction completed||October 1978|
|Overview of Building|
|Building name||Laforet Harajuku|
|Total floor area||15,672m2|
|Floors||Above ground: 6 / Basement levels: 2|