Time Out says
Right across from Harajuku’s brand new station is Japan’s first city-centre Ikea. This new store claims to cater to the needs of Tokyoites living in more compact apartments and puts an emphasis on sustainability. Ikea Harajuku is part of the trendy neighbourhood's latest shopping complex, called With Harajuku. The store comes complete with a cafe and konbini – both offer a sustainable snack menu, which sadly doesn’t include Ikea's famous Swedish meatballs. There are about 9,500 products on display, and 900 of them are things designed to be carried home easily.