What is the Harajuku fashion walk The “Harajuku Fashion Walk” originated in Tokyo Japan. Every month, people gather outside Harajuku Station to go and walk the streets of Harajuku showcasing some of the most popular Japanese fashion such as Lolita, Visual Kei, Gyaru, Decora, fairy kei, And more.
Harajuku became famous in the 1980s due to the street performers and wildly-dressed teens who gathered there on Sundays when Omotesando was closed to traffic. Omotesando is a very long street with cafes and upscale fashion boutiques popular with residents and tourists alike. Once it became pedestrianized on Sundays it was the perfect place to meet, play music and wear your most favourite outfit with friends.
Tornot Harajuku Fashion Walk
In Toronto The Harajuku walk is held annually in the summer time! The starting point is at trinity Bellwood's park. People dressed up in all various kinds of Japanese fashion gather for a picnic, games, and photos. After a few hours the Harajuku walk begins their walk to the Toronto's famous Graffiti alley in The Fashion District. It runs south of Queen Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street beginning at 1 rush lane, Toronto, Ontario Canada. The route for the Harajuku walk has been the same for the past 3 years but in 2020 The Toronto Harajuku walk will change it's usual route!
TORONTO HARAJUKU WALK 2016
TORONTO HARAJUKU WALK 2017
TORONTO HARAJUKU WALK 2018
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This year the Toronto Harajuku walk will be held on August 10th 2019. The date was originally set for J