Interior / Furniture Spots in Japan

  • IKEA Kohoku
    Kanagawa Yokohama-shi Tsuzuki-ku Orimotocho 201-1
    This Swedish furniture store is located right next to the Shinkaibashi bus stop a 20-minute ride on the Yokohama Municipal Bus. Inside the massive store, you can purchase some 9,500 originally designed pieces of furniture and home decorations. This particular location has concluded a cooperation agreement with Yokohama City and is engaged in a variety of initiatives, including energy conservation, local production for local consumption, and child and youth cultivation projects. As part of these initiatives, the store sells vegetables straight from farms in Tsuzuki Ward, and also operates a mobile hydrogen station.
  • MEGAMAX Chiba NT Store
    Chiba Pref. Inzaishi Nishinohara 5-1
    This outlet furniture store is located a 20-minute walk from Inzai-Makinohara Station on the JR Hokuso Line in Inzai City, Chiba Prefecture. The store carries a wide selection of sofas, beds, and other interior furnishings. There's an assembly studio where you can put furniture you've purchased together before taking it home, a kids space with movies and coloring books for small children, and a cafe where you can relax and take a break. Pets are also allowed in the store as long as they are in a cage or carry cart.
  • IDEE Shop Jiyugaoka
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 2-16-29
    This interior goods shop is in 2-chome, Jiyugaoka, Meguro City. This is the brand's flagship store, and has a range of daily goods and crafts on the theme of Laugh & Luxe. They also have events like interior design consultation meets and workshops.
  • Amaterasu Kamakura Main Store
    Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Yuigahama 3-1-2
    This is a fashion and sundries select shop to facilitate Kamakura living. The items are all of fine quality that can be used comfortably for many years. It is located about eight minutes on foot from Kamakura Station’s west exit.
  • R No.2 (Earl number two)
    Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Inamuragasaki 2-4-21
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    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Yamamotodori 3-1-2 Taniguchi Building 2F
    A Northern European-style antique cafe and adjoining vintage boutique. Cheery, unique Northern European knickknacks and accoutrements add color to the establishment's plain white walls. The cafe menu primarily consists of traditional dishes and sweets from Sweden, Finland, and other Northern European countries. The cinnamon rolls are particularly popular and are made with fragrant cardamom directly imported from Northern Europe. Order something from the cafe menu and you can choose the cute Northern European tableware you'd like it served in or on. Many of the directly imported knickknacks decorating the establishment are available for purchase.

    珈琲等を注文すると、カップの柄を、選ぶことが出来ます。 ワッフルは、チーズと、生クリーム+苺ジャムの2種類の味が楽しめます。

  • Ozeki & Co., Ltd.
    Gifu Pref. Gifushi Ogumachou 1-18
    Ozeki & Co., Ltd. is a long-established (founded in 1891) manufacturer of paper lanterns, with its head office in Oguma District, Gifu City. Paper lantern manufacturing is one of Gifu City’s traditional crafts; besides supplying Bon-chochin lanterns to department stores etc. throughout Japan, Ozeki & Co., Ltd. also exports “AKARI” designer lighting brand products (which were developed in collaboration with the U.S. born sculptor Isamu Noguchi) to Europe and North America. AKARI products have won international acclaim for their superior artistic qualities. In addition, Ozeki & Co., Ltd. produce innovative products that break with convention, such as paper lanterns made from traditional Japanese “Washi” paper, and “Letter Lanterns” that can be folded up and sent in the form of a letter, etc.
  • Kurumian
    Fukuoka Pref. Itoshimashi Shimakuga 2129-1
    An interior design shop and boutique located in Itoshima City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Operating out of a detached house standing in the middle of the woods, the shop sells organic cotton clothing and other high-quality lifestyle goods designed to take the everyday to the next level. The shop primarily carries knickknacks from around the country personally selected by the owner. There's also an art space in which works of calligraphy created by the owner, who has worked at the art form since childhood, are displayed.
  • Minamisoko
    Nagasaki Pref. Higashisonogigunhasamichou Isekigou 2187-4
    "This shop selling pottery and tableware is located in Isekigo, Hasami Town, Higashisonogi County. The shipping office of the pottery was renovated, and exhibits and sells three brands of pottery and tableware including the Saikai pottery original brand ""essence."" In addition, it has cut paper transfer experiences (reservations required) where you can put pictures of ceramics using transfer paper."
  • WTW Aoyama Shop
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 6-3-15, Tokyo
    This lifestyle shop is based on the concept of “URBAN, SURF, NATURAL” (sic). They offer a range of interior and sundry goods that conjure an image of America’s west coast surfing scene. The store is open, laid back, and customers enjoy shopping at their leisure.
  • WTW Futakotamagawa
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Tamagawa 2-21-1 Ryoko Tamagawa Rise/Shopping Center Station Mark 1F
    This is a lifestyle shop located in “Futako Tamagawa Rise Shopping Center” in Setagaya City, Tokyo. Based on the concept of “URBAN, SURF, NATURAL,” it sells interior goods, tableware, furniture that while urban also have a beach feel. The white-based interior has a natural atmosphere incorporating a small tree symbol. Enjoy shopping in a relaxed atmosphere.
  • Babaghuri Main Shop
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Kiyosumi 3-1-7
    A boutique located across from Kiyosumi Garden in Kiyosumi, Koto City. The shop carries products made with natural materials, such as skin care items, furniture, kitchen goods, and clothing and fabrics created by designer Jurgen Lehl. The shop also sells teas, muffins, and other baked foods.
  • journal standard Furniture (Shibuya Store)
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-19-13
    Furniture store on Cat Street in Jingu-mae, Shibuya City. Find an assortment of houseware, furniture and textile samples. The staff can recommend items for various tastes, including seasonal brands and re-interpretations of vintage.
  • Palm Springs Vintage Furniture
    Aichi Nagoya-shi Naka-ku Osu 1-4-7
    A furniture store in 1 Chome, Osu, Naka Ward, Nagoya City. It mainly sells vintage American and European mid-century furniture made between the 1940s and 1970s. They also do furniture maintenance and repair.
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    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Kasuga 3-5-41-1F
    A variety shop in Kasuga 3-Chome, Tsukuba City. They offer items made with natural materials selected from all over Japan with themes of “natural” and “lovingly made by hand.” Products include furniture, toys, and other woodwork; ceramics, glass, and lacquerware; vegetable dye postcards, clothing and other cloth items, etc.
  • Glass Gallery SUMITO
    Ibaraki Kasama-shi Kasama 2192-35
    A gallery on Gallery Road in Kasama, Kasama City. It regularly displays and sells glass work including tableware, vases, object art, and interior decor from about 130 glass artists. In addition to space for holding regular solo exhibits and planned exhibits, there's a second-floor hands on experience space that offers glass painting and glass etching programs (reservations required).
  • Iwaizumi Junboku Kagu
    Iwate Morioka-shi Zaimokucho 8-26
    This custom furniture store is located in Zaimoku-cho, Morioka City. It exhibits wooden furniture made using broad-leaved trees from Iwate Prefecture, and sells Persian rugs and other items that match the furniture. You can order furniture that matches your lifestyle by considering things including the design and size while consulting with a designer.
  • HIDA COLLECTION Kurashi no Seisakusho
    Gifu Takayama-shi Kamiokamotomachi 3-362
    This woodwork shop was born from a desire to make Hida furniture that would be passed down through the generations. Using old timber harvested from the forests of the Hida region, they make items like single slab tables, wooden desks, and smaller items. Their single slab tables made of top-grade wood dried with both natural and artificial processes last a lifetime and grow more beautiful the more they're used. They also offer made-to-order work crafted from mountain cherry, horse chestnut, zelkova, walnut, and other woods. Small items such as clocks, photo frames, and stools make great gifts.
  • Oak Village Takayama
    Gifu Takayama-shi Kiyomicho Makigahora 846
    A store run by Oak Village, which aims to create woodwork that can be used for as long as the tree the item was made from lived. They make one-of-a-kind furniture primarily using Japan's abundant hardwood. Items include dining sets, chairs, sofas and unit furniture. They also produce wooden toys like blocks and xylophones, interior goods, tableware, lacquerware, and more. Also on site are the Seseragi Lounge and Gallery where you can enjoy the rich nature of Takayama and Kiyomi, as well as the Forest Museum that showcases a variety of perspectives on woodworking culture.
    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Tsuboya 1-6-3
    GARB DOMINGO is a souvenir shop which attracts with its modern appearance colored red-purple and bright indoor plants. In the bright and comfortable shop, there is a range of Okinawan traditional crafts, such as pottery, lacquerware and bingata (an Okinawan dying technique), and works by artists associated with Okinawa as well as products sourced in Japan and overseas reminiscent of Okinawa. The second floor of the shop is a gallery space and various artists’ exhibitions are held on an irregular basis.

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