It occupies 4 floors within “With Harajuku”, a brand new shopping complex, and displays over 10,000 items. However, without a warehouse attached, larger products can only be purchased via their website or the IKEA App and then delivered.
A range of about 900 smaller items can be immediately purchased and carted home.
Food menu unlike any other IKEA
Another highlight of IKEA Harajuku is its Swedish Cafe. Its exclusive food menu is unique to the store and looks absolutely delectable.
Top on the must-eat list is its mouth-watering range of flatbread (bröd tunnbröd) offering savoury, sweet and even vegetarian options. Prices start from ¥200. (approx. $1.87)
Complete the meal with hot, cold beverages or any of the four types of low-alcohol craft beer imported from popular Swedish brewery “Omnipollo”.
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