Find Places to Teach Private Students in Harajuku (原宿)


Teaching private students in Harajuku or nearby? It's crowded, boisterous, and loud. With all the bustle finding the right place to teach your students can be a headache. We've done the research for you. There are cafes and larger chain coffee shops down every street, alley and up every staircase. Step away from the packed madness of Takeshita-dori and you'll find great teaching spots. Stroll into Omoteando and we'll help you find some hidden and quaint cafes. Just choose the best place for your students and private classes. And if you know of a teaching location for private teachers not on our list please send us the details using the form at the bottom of the page. 

Teaching Locations in Harajuku

Espion (Cafe & Bar) - Parkcoat Jingumae 1-4-20 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku (03)3478-1095

Starbucks Coffee - Omotesando B-Side

Caffe Solare - Tamagawa Bldg 1F2F, Jingumae 1-19-4 (03) 5474-7677

Enseingne d'angle, Harajyuku - 3-61-11 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku (03) 3405-4482

Starbucks Coffee, Harajyuku-ten - Tamagami Bldg, 1-8-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

Coffee Sakan SHU, Harajyuku Omotesando-ten - Onishi Bldg B1F, 1-13-11 Jinbumae, shibuya-ku  

Starbucks Coffee, Meiji Jingumae Metropia - 1-18-22 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

Saint Marc Cafe-Choco Cro 1-14-24 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku (03) 5775-0309

SHIN - 3-60-4 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku

Cafe hors et dans - Omotesando-Chiyoda Bldg 2F, 4-11-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

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Got There Early? Time After a Lesson?

Omotesando Hills - This building contains about 100 fashionable and pricy shops and restaurants.

MeijiJingu Temple  - Inside the beautiful and active Yoyogi park. Green areas, walkways, tree-lined paths, and this gorgeous temple in the center.

Takeshita Dori  - Many shops selling cheap stuff, but sometimes pretty cool items. Very poplar for the young crowd, especially girls, and gets crammed packed on weekends.

Yoyogi Park (south end towards Shibuya)  If you find the tree lined walkway on the south end you can see many street performances, singers, theater, dancing, and a lot of "different" looking folks.

Eco Farm Cafe  - On a side street a few blocks from the main street you'll see an outdoor seating area with a full bar above on the balcony. It'll seem like you found a little oasis in Harajuku. Dogs are allowed and the pastries and breakfast are pretty tasty.

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