The name "Omotesando" is originally a road to a shrine, and now "Omotesando", which has a fashionable image, was created as an approach to "Meiji Jingu". "Meiji Jingu" is a shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken, and was built in 1920 (Taisho 9).
There are many zelkova trees are planted along the street, which is a symbol of Omotesando. In winter, all zelkova trees are decorated with lights, making it a famous dating spot.
There are three subway lines come to Omotesando station. It is on Hazomon Line, Giza Line and Chiyoda Line.