Harajuku attracts interest from within Japan as well as from people all around the world as a popular fashion center in Tokyo. Takeshita-Dori (Takeshita Street), where SoLaDo Takeshita-Dori is located, is visited by 800,000 foreign tourists annually, including young people and families. For Japanese junior high school and high school students, it's a place where they can enjoy the latest fashions at a reasonable price, with visitors coming from the Tokyo area as well as school trips from across Japan. Since 2008, the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line has been operating through Meiji-Jingūmae Station, which is adjacent to Harajuku Station, further improving accessibility to the area. A total of approximately 220,000 passengers use the two stations daily, making it one of the most vibrant areas in Tokyo.
Takeshita-Dori in Harajuku is at the forefront of the latest in fashion, a place where attracts fashion-savvy people. SoLaDo Takeshita-Dori, a landmark of Takeshita-Dori, is one of the most well known commercial establishments on this trendy street.
SoLaDo Takeshita-Dori was created to offer comfortable fashion and dining areas where customers can enjoy shopping and food at a leisurely pace. The center has four bright, expansive levels with a white color base, including a basement and three aboveground floors. The commercial complex offers casual dining in addition to popular fashion stores.
Our name has a double meaning, the first is "Solar Do (do something under the sun)", the second meaning is the musical notes "So, La, Do" (G, A, C), both express the sense of warmth, cheer, and excitement experienced at SoLaDo. SoLaDo's greatest feature is its abundant natural light. Large windows have been installed to allow sunshine to fill the building so that our customers can spend a leisurely day in natural sunlight. The first floor has an expansive open walkway, and the third floor has a terrace where customers can enjoy delicious sweets.
We look forward to seeing you at SoLaDo Takeshita-Dori where you can truly experience the fashion scene of Harajuku.
1-8-2 Jingūmae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
A five-minute walk from the Takeshitaguchi exit of JR Harajuku Station. A three-minute walk from the No. 5 exit of Meiji-Jingūmae Station (Harajuku) on the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line and the Chiyoda Line.
*As no parking is available, please use public transport.