3. Snack on a crêpe in Harajuku While walking down the bustling, pedestrian-friendly, roads of Harajuku make sure to peek your head into one of the many crêpe stands along the way. An instant-energy-pick-me-up. And sugar. There are also some interesting shops scattered along the walkway.
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Tokyo has long kept its reputation for being a super expensive city. When I visited Japan's capital, I expected everything to be crazy pricey, but in reality things are rather affordable. There is plenty to do for the budget traveller and even more so for those looking to spend a lot. No matter what type of traveller you are, here are 10 FREE things you must do in Tokyo regardless!