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  • Tower Records Shibuya
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1-22-14
    This record store is considered one of the world’s largest music stores and is located in Jinnan, Shibuya City, Tokyo. It is a large specialty shop with a variety of genre of CDs. Genres are divided into each floor such as J-pop, rock, and classical music, and the interior theme of each floor is different for each genre. Many events by artists and performers are held in the event space on the basement floor and the eighth floor as well as the floor with the grand piano. There is a café on the rooftop, and at night it is an adult space where you can enjoy music while drinking and smoking.
  • Tokyu Hands Shibuya Store
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou 12-18
    In addition to DIY-related merchandise this large chain store carries interior goods and kitchen accessories as well as pet supplies. It offers an extensive line-up from standard items to cutting edge goods, and also carries a wide assortment of items that make for fashionable gifts. On the seventh floor is the popular self-service cafe, “Hands Cafe Shibuya.”
  • Books Kinokuniya Shinjuku Main Store
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-17-7
    This is a large bookstore located in Shinjuku in Tokyo's Shinjuku City. The main building and annex buildings are located between Shinjuku-dori Avenue and Yasukuni-dori Avenue. On the main building's nine floors including one basement floor and eight floors above ground the store sells items such as literature, foreign books, specialist books, magazines and picture books. There is even the Shinjuku Medical Book Center that offers items specific to the medical field, the Kinokuniya Hall which is home to performances for drama and rakugo, and the Event Hall that hosts book-signings. The annex carries comics, light novels, CDs and DVDs.
  • Junkudo Bookstore Ikebukuro
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Minamikebukuro 2-15-5
    This is a large bookstore located five minutes on foot from JR Ikebukuro Station East Exit, and the sales floor is from the basement to the ninth floor. There are books of various genres ranging from literary books to magazines, comics, medical and other specialist books etc. Many people visit from far away to find the book they are looking for. Inside the shop, you can search for your desired book with the help of a search machine, or you can use the desks and chairs provided to choose your books carefully. There is also a café on the fourth floor.
  • Shosen Grande
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandajimbouchou 1-3-2
    A huge bookstore located a one-minute walk from Jimbocho Station. The flagship shop of the venerable Shosen bookstore chain, which was founded in 1948, the store sees an unending stream of visitors seeking to purchase highly specialized books from among Shosen Grande's massive selection. The sixth floor, for example, is stocked only with materials relaxing to railroads, and the selection of not only books but also merchandize and railroad accessories has made it a mecca for train aficionados. The seventh floor event space is frequently used to host events for young up-and-coming entertainers. Every floor offers something different, making Shosen Grande a fun place just to come and look.
  • E-Earphone (Akihabara Shop)
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 4-6-7 Kanda Eightville 4F
    A headphone and earphone specialty shop located in Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo. E-Earphone's broad entranceway and bright, spacious interior ensure that even women on their own will feel comfortable entering the shop. Customers can try out over 3,000 different ear- and headphones; the shop also has a rest area so you can take your time choosing your favorite. In addition to selling new items, E-Earphone buys and sells used ear- and headphones and provides a repair service. E-Earphone also carries a wide selection of headphone cases, stands, ear pads, ear pieces, and other related products.
  • Tokyu Hands Hiroshima Store
    Shopping
    Hiroshima Pref. Hiroshimashinakaku Hacchoubori 16-10
    Tokyu Hands is a home center in Naka Ward, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture. It is a large store that deals in all sorts of every day goods relating to houseware, lifestyle and craft. Many visitors come to the store in search of gift items from the usual stationery items to fashionable sundries or interior items, on all of the seven floors. Events such as workshops are also held.
  • Herb & Aromatherapy Shop Heartsease
    Shopping
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 1-13-10 Kamakura agricultural cooperative communication spot sale house
    This is an aromatherapy shop in the central market of the Kamakura City agricultural cooperative sales area. There is a crowded assortment of aroma oils and herb salts available in the white-themed interior.
  • Amaterasu Kamakura Main Store
    Shopping
    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.
  • Kamakura Kotori
    Shopping
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Omachi 2-1-11
    This is a small shop selling interior and miscellaneous goods located in Kamakura Omachi. Their stationery items with lovely original illustrations are popular, and their stamps which feature illustrations with the store name “Kotori” (little bird) are sure to delight recipients of such souvenirs.
  • Pop-up Book Shop & Workshop Meggendorfer
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Yuigahama 2-9-61
    Located approximately 10 minutes from Kamakura station, this shop in Yuigahama specializes in pop-up books. They carry approximately 600 types of popup books ranging from items for kids to books for adults, and these enjoyable books are also popular as birthday or Christmas presents.
  • Kamakura Bidoro Komachi-dori Street Branch
    Shopping
    Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Komachi 2-7-35 first Komachi Building 1F
    This glasswork specialty shop is located in both Kamakura and Asakusa. In addition to stylish, brightly-colored mini glasswork with an appearance that changes amidst each season, the store also carries set products of traditional Japanese kiriko (cut) glass. Besides glassworks, the shop also stocks convenient and lovely miscellaneous goods and accessories. With two locations, one along Wakamiya-oji Street and one along Komachi-dori Street, this is a perfect stop if you are searching for Kamakura souvenirs.
  • R No.2 (Earl number two)
    Shopping
    Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture Inamuragasaki 2-4-21
  • Fujikura Shoten
    Shopping
    Chiba Pref. Naritashi Saiwaichou 488
    "This store selling miscellaneous goods is located along the main road leading to Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. Based on the concept of good things, real things and valuable things, it sells bamboo, wood and rattan products handcrafted by craftsmen using natural materials. It carries approximately 3,000 differently practical items for various uses including the popular ""Takesei Daikon-oroshi daburu-ha"" (bamboo double-toothed daikon radish grater), sieves, baskets, bento lunch boxes, seiro (bamboo steamers) and ohitsu (wooden containers for cooked rice)."
  • kaffe,antik markka
    Shopping
    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.
  • Zakka Labo
    Shopping
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kaigandori 2-4-14 Aluminum 3F
    A select knickknacks boutique. The shop can be identified by its logo mark which features an orange flag design. The shop primarily carries small kitchen goods, interior decorations, aromatherapy items, and picture books and photo collections. The simply decorated shop is filled with cute, inviting knickknacks.
  • STUDIO KIICHI
    Shopping
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Motomachidori 6-7-3
    "A shop owned and operated by the Kiichi leather goods brand. Selling only ""Made in Japan"" products, the shop is also dedicated more specifically to those ""Made in Kobe."" The shop sells uniquely designed leather goods made with leather from Himeji City and Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan's top leather producing areas. The shop has three product lines, each of which is designed to harness the innate qualities of the leathers used to make them-""Moist,"" a line made with Holstein cattle from Hokkaido; ""Shade,"" made with thick suede leather; and ""Alike,"" made with attractive case leather."
  • Zellij
    Shopping
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Kaigandori 4-3-20 Konan Building 204
    A select boutique which offers imported Moroccan knickknacks. The store is filled with a variety of merchandise personally purchased by the owner in Morocco each year. Particularly popular items include the smart and attractive babouche slippers, colorful Islamic hat pouches, rugs, and cushions. The shop also sells ceramic tableware decorated with distinctive geometric patterns, tea utensils essential for making Moroccan mint tea, and tagine vessels used for cooking Moroccan cuisine.
  • Nagasawa (Kobe Brick Warehouse Shop)
    Shopping
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Chuou-ku Higashikawasakichou 1-5-5 Harborland brick warehouse south ridge
    A stationary store located in the Kobe Brick Warehouse mall in Kobe Harborland. The shop is filled with unique and distinctive writing materials and stationary from across Japan and around the world. The shop even carries original brands only allowed to be sold at certain establishments. The shop puts particular effort into its selection of beautiful inks and glass pens. Visitors can try and experience the vivid colors of the inks and the smooth, pleasant feel of the pens in the shop. The shop also offers a free fountain pen cleaning service.
  • Free Design[Import Northern Europe/Design]
    Shopping
    Tokyo Musashinoshi Kichijoujihonchou 2-18-22F
    A select shop built around the concept of “quality living” carrying a carefully assembled array of lifestyle goods and tableware from northern and central Europe, the United States, Japan, and other countries around the world. Offering a wide selection of highly original items, with a focus on ease of use and design, the shop also sells products from such popular brands as Marimekko and Hakusan Porcelain. The closest station is Kichijoji Station.

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