Shopping Spots in Tokyo Area

  • DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
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    4.0
    907 Reviews
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-1-10
    This commercial facility is located in Tokyo’s Odaiba area. It opened in 2012 as a new sightseeing place for sightseeing in Tokyo. It features fast fashion shops and popular brands from Japan and overseas as well as a restaurant floor and a food court containing branches of famous Tokyo stores. It also has the Zepp DiverCity entertainment facility that contains a Round 1 Stadium complete with bowling alley. The shopping complex is also famous for the life-size Gundam replica standing just outside.

    Its worth visiting. Since theres pandamic, we enjoyed the place to ourselves. Its a fun place to be with kids and kids at heart.

  • Kappabashi Dougu Street (R)
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    4.0
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Nishiasakusa 1
    This is a wholesaler district full of approximately 170 shops stocking items such as professional-grade cookware, tableware, kitchen equipment, ingredients for restaurants and plastic food samples. Plastic food samples that are one aspect of Japan’s unique culture are popular as souvenirs. In addition to tourists, there are many chefs from overseas that visit to purchase kitchen knives and molds. Closest train stations include Tawaramachi Station and Asakusa Station.

    Almost a kilometre long, this street is lined on both sides by shops both small and large selling catering supplies including tableware, utensils and appliances and sample food. There is a English...

  • Aqua City Odaiba
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    4.0
    483 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-7-1
    A shopping mall adjoining Odaiba Seaside Park in the Daiba area of Minato City Tokyo. The mall hosts casual fashion and lifestyle goods shops, the largest restaurant zone in the area, a movie theater, and the Sony ExploraScience museum. The facility's ramen theme park and the Fuji TV Kid's Cafe Mamatoko are also popular.

    I had read about the restaurants here on trip advisor before I had left home and when we arrived at our hotel our rooms weren’t ready so I suggested we come here. Only a short walk from our hotel...

  • Shibuya109
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    4.0
    606 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Dougenzaka 2-29-1
    This mall filled with shops on the cutting edge of youth fashion located in the Dogenzaka area of Shibuya City is popularly known as “Marukyu.” In addition to ladies fashion and cosmetic shops, here patrons can also find stores carrying unique items created in collaboration with famous young entertainers. Restaurants can be found on the seventh floor serving authentic Italian pasta and novel desserts. Known as a mecca for young people, this popular spot has come to be a symbol of Shibuya.

    If you consider yourself to be a ONE PIECE fanatic, then Mugiwara Store is the store for you. It is not a difficult place to spot, where simply search for the place with the most amazing collection...

  • VenusFort
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    3.5
    568 Reviews
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-3-15
    This is an indoor type shopping mall in “Palette Town” in Aomi, Koto City, Tokyo, featuring an interior modelled on the streets of medieval Europe. The center, with a vaulted ceiling simulating a blue sky, includes 190 shops such as fashion, design accessories and restaurants. In “Venus OUTLET,” the first outlet mall in the center of Tokyo, you can find many domestic and international name brands. The fountain plaza and church plaza are popular spots to take commemorative photos. Pets are allowed with you on the first floor.

    Beautiful shopping mall with some areas not geared for shopping. There was a museum area (free) that showcased old-timey cars and also Toyota Mega Web. The mall itself reminds me of the Venetian in...

  • Yebisu Garden Place
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    4.0
    480 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Ebisu 4-20
    This is a complex in Shibuya City housing office buildings, shopping facilities, restaurants, the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Museum of Yebisu Beer, and the Westin Hotel Tokyo etc. Among the restaurants, the French restaurant “Gastronomy Joel Robuchon” is famous for being awarded three stars in the Tokyo Michelin Guide. It is about a five-minute walk on the “Ebisu Skywalk”—a moving footpath from the east exit of Ebisu Station.

    Love this place especially the trek from Ebisu station as it offers a different view of modern Tokyo. The Illumination and the chandelier are worth visiting and best to visit this at night. Ebisu is...

  • GINZA SIX
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    4.0
    423 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 6-10-1
    The largest shopping complex in the Ginza district featuring world-class luxury brands and top gourmet dining. About 240 brands are represented in the 13-story building with six basement floors. It has a diversity of shops devoted to fashion, lifestyle, food, and more, and there are lots of items and programs that you'll only find there. The central atrium has installations from world-renowned artists and the space garners a great deal of attention any time these change.

    Ginza six is an awesome place to explore modern Tokyo. Lovely place with lots of option to go through .

  • Matsuya Ginza
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    4.0
    310 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 3-6-1
    This is a department store located in the Ginza district of Tokyo’s Chuo City whose roots lie in the Tsuruya Gofuku store that was started in Yokohama in 1869. The exterior walls that switched over to all LED-lighting in September 2006 have made the store become a new landmark among Ginza’s night scenery. The store is home to world famous brands such as Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior, as well as select shops carrying high quality items. The food merchandise area that spans two full floors is bustling with visitors returning from work or shopping.

    This department store looks a little bit old school to me. There are very long corridors and the lifts look like you were in the 1970s. Anyway, the variety of products are great!

  • Omotesando Hills
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    4.0
    311 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 4-12-10
    This mixed-use complex was built on the site of the former Dosokai Aoyama Apartments that were a landmark of Omotesando. With a prominent existence in Omotesando, a place where Japan’s cultural trends originate, the complex is known for its concentration of global brand shops and Japan main stores. The facility is full of shops handling refined urban products. The creative architecture designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando is a must-see.

    This is a hip area where the shop designs and displays are very attractive. Lots of people walking around, and lots of food outlets. Shops mainly selling branded stuff.

  • Marunouchi Building
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    4.0
    308 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-4-1
    The Maru Building has assembled a large variety of over 140 international and domestic shops and restaurants in this landmark building. The premium zone restaurants on the 35th and 36th floors offer a fine dining experience.

    Great mall with fashion - no international big brands - nice local Japanese. Great selection of eateries especially on level 5 and 6, and spaces to sit down and take a rest. The reason I came here...

  • Tokyu Plaza Ginza
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    4.0
    192 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-2-1
    This commercial facility facing Ginza’s Sukiyabashi intersection opened as a new Ginza landmark in 2016. It has a distinctive exterior based on a motif of Edo-kiriko (a type of faceted glass from Edo that is a traditional craft), and even features a comfortable lounge in which guests are free to relax as well as a rooftop terrace. Inside the building are a diverse collection of restaurants and shops including miscellaneous goods and duty-free shops based around fashion. HINKA RINKA, a fashion select store targeting adult women, occupies floors three to five and is quite popular. The basement floor is directly connected to Ginza Station.

    This is a shopping center fist and foremost but personally the main attraction for me is the design of the place. I was walking around Ginza one day and the sleek black exterior drew me in. Inside...

  • DECKS Tokyo Beach
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    4.0
    210 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1
    An urban shopping mall located in Odaiba. The facility, such as its open terrace and wood deck which serves as mall’s namesake, has a boat motif. With Tokyo Bay spreading out before your eyes, here you can enjoy shopping while feeling like you are on an expensive cruise ship. The mall also has a full array of indoor entertainment facilities, such as Tokyo Joypolis and Legoland.

    We came here with the main purpose of visiting the Legoland Discovery Centre, which unfortunately was a complete waste of money. The rest of the mall has a bunch of miscellaneous shops - we bought...

  • LaLaPort Tachikawa Tachihi
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    3.5
    109 Reviews
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    Tokyo Tachikawashi Izumichou 935-1
    This shopping center that opened in 2015 in the Izumi-cho district of Tokyo’s Tachikawa City is directly connected to Tama Monorail’s Tachihi Station via a pedestrian deck. Within the three floors of shops are large stores such as MUJI, GU, ZARA and Tokyu Hands, as well as a diverse variety of dedicated stores for apparel and lifestyle miscellaneous goods, and restaurants. There are a complete line of gourmet eateries including a popular pancake shop and Kagurazaka’s famous Japanese-style cafe. There is also a food court where families can easily have a meal together.

    Spacious mall, not very crowded as away from city centre. Most shops have stores in major city centre area, better go to shinjuku as the stores there are flagship with greater variety. Rather take a...

  • Tsukiji Outer Market
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2
    The Tsukiji Outer Market forms part of the Tsukiji fish and seafood wholesaling and retailing market in the Tsukiji district of Chuo Ward, Tokyo. Whereas the Tsukiji Inner Market imposes restrictions on visitors, anyone can visit the Tsukiji Outer Market to purchase fresh food and snacks or dine at one of the eating establishments located there. The Inner Market has a very lively atmosphere, with over 500 closely-packed stalls selling sushi, seafood with rice, dried fish, meat, fruit and vegetables, omelettes, traditional Japanese confectionery, cooking utensils, etc.
  • COREDO Muromachi
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    4.0
    203 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashimuromachi 2-2-1
    A commercial facility opened on the lower floors of the Muromachi Higashi Mitsui Building in the Nihonbashi area of Chuo City, Tokyo in 2010. In 2014, the adjoining COREDO Muromachi 2 and COREDO Muromachi 3 facilities were opened, creating one of the largest shopping centers in the Nihonbashi area. Inside, the facility hosts a variety of highly distinctive shops focusing on the concept of Japan and Edo, including high class fashion and lifestyle-themed stores and restaurants serving carefully crafted and prepared foods. COREDO is also home to Nihonbashi’s first cinema complex.

    Art aquarium was waste of time and money. The place was too crowded and there was no system to control it. The place was too small and the lighting presentation was bad

  • Yodobashi Camera (Shinjuku West Main Store)
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    283 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishi-shinjuku 1-11-1
    A two-minute walk from the West Exit of JR Shinjuku Station in the direction of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. This huge electronics store consists of different buildings dedicated to specific product areas, including a Multimedia Pavilion, Travel Pavilion, Camera Pavilion, Smartphone Pavilion, Watches Pavilion, Business Pavilion, and Game/Toys Pavilion. In addition to low prices, the store prides itself on its uniquely abundant selection and highly knowledgeable staff. Alcoholic beverages are also sold on floor B2 of the Smartphone Pavilion, and here you'll find some 1,500 varieties of wines, sakes, and other alcohols.

    During our visit to Akihabara, we came by this megastore that is right opposite the train station. Well, as its counterparts in Shinjuku, this is a huge megastore for electronic, electrical and IT...

  • Roppongi Hills
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 6-10-11
    Roppongi Hills is an integrated property development that has become synonymous with the Roppongi district of Tokyo. Centered around the 238-meter-high Mori Tower, the Roppongi Hills complex includes a movie theatre, art gallery and television studio, as well as a wide range of gourmet restaurants and boutiques. The Tokyo City View observation deck on the 52nd floor of the Mori Tower offers spectacular views of the Tokyo cityscape; in good weather, Mt. Fuji is visible in the distance.
  • Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan
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    4.0
    206 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakuchou 2-10-1
    This complex commercial facility located in front of Yurakucho Station is occupied by a variety of tenants including event spaces, galleries, offices, restaurants, shopping and clinics. On the shopping floor are a tremendous variety of shops, and in addition to those offering fashion and miscellaneous goods, there is a shop selling official merchandise for Takarazuka Gekidan as well as antenna stores selling items from Japan’s regional prefectures. There are also many restaurants in the building, including a revolving observatory restaurant on the 15th floor. A farmer’s market is held in the first floor lobby on every weekend and on holidays.

    We stopped by and checked out the Shinkansen from the outdoor terrace. Its a pleasant garden type area. A lot of greenery and benches to rest on. We saw a shikansen train go by every few minutes...

  • Haneda Airport International Terminal
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    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 2-6-5
    This terminal located in Tokyo’s Ota City is just for international flights arriving to and departing from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport). This airport is used by many tourists as an entrance to the metropolis of Tokyo. The arrival lobby is on the second floor while the departure lobby is on the third floor. Inside the building are various facilities such as a foreign exchange booth, a luggage storage service, a clinic, and a kids’ corner, as well as a complete assortment of shops and restaurants. Edo Ko-ji on the fourth floor is a commercial area that replicates the townscape of the Edo period, while the fifth floor is occupied by popular character shops. Visitors can take in the dramatic sight of airplanes landing and taking off from the free observation deck.
  • Takashimaya Times Square
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    4.0
    221 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sendagaya 5-24-2
    A large mall with 14 floors above ground and two below, Takashimaya Times Square is conveniently connected directly to JR Shinjuku Station on floor B1 and is also just a two minute walk from the New South Gate. The facility hosts an abundant variety of restaurants and shops selling fashionable clothing, lifestyle goods, and furniture-there's even a kids floor! Various events and exhibitions are held in the art gallery on the 10th floor and event venue on the 11th.

    If you are in Shinjuku I recommend popping into Takashimaya to see what the heck Japanese departments stores are all about. Id particularly go to the basement where youll see the most amazing...

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