Away from the busy street of Harajuku lies 246 common, a food carts and farmer's market. In this quiet corner of Omotesando, shops came in the form of wooden huts and caravans selling traditional Japanese snacks and cafe food. Venturing deep into 246 farmers market, you will find a two storey cafe shrouded by lush greenery and a wood chip flooring leading up to it. Amidst the beautifully decorated shops you will find a shed covered in a rusty tin roof with Brooklyn ribbon fries written on it. I was drawn by the wonderful aroma emitted from the shed and ordered myself a bowl of ribbon fries. Till today, I can never forget the wonderfully crispy texture of that ribbon fries and the cheerful smile of the owner.