Household Goods / Daily Necessities Spots in Tokyo Area

  • 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.
  • HANDS Shibuya Store
    7 Reviews
    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.”

    One of the specialised mall that i go to wothout fail when im in Japan. 7 floors of items to look at and buy but I usually buy fountain pens and supplies here. Sadly, this shopping building will...

  • IKEA Tachikawa
    Tokyo Tachikawashi Midorichou 6
    The Tachikawa location of IKEA, the Swedish furniture shop wildly popular around the world. Here shoppers can purchase low cost, style Northern European home décor items. The vast, warehouse-like shop sells an astounding array of prefabricated furniture, interior decorations, and lifestyle goods. IKEA also sells Northern European foods such as Swedish meatballs and there is also a restaurant on the second floor serving casual Swedish cuisine. Closest stations: Tachikawa Station, or Takamatsu Station.
  • Books Kinokuniya Shinjuku Main Store
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-17-7
    "A large bookstore located in Shinjuku, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo. The main building and the annex ""adhoc"" building are located between Shinjuku-dori and Yasukuni-dori streets. The main building has nine floors from the first basement to the eighth floor, selling literature, foreign books, specialized books, magazines, picture books, etc. It also has the Shinjuku Medical Book Center, which specializes in the field of medicine and nursing, the Kinokuniya Hall, where plays, rakugo, and other performances are held, and a room for the exclusive use of talk events, etc. The annex deals in comics, light novels, DVDs, etc."
  • Junkudo Bookstore Ikebukuro
    6 Reviews
    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.


  • Sekaido Main Store
    27 Reviews
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-1-1
    This art supplies and stationary store was established in 1940. Consisting of six floors, the store prides itself on its extensive stock enabling customers to acquire just about any art-related product needed, including materials for Western- and Japanese-style painting, comic drawing supplies, frames, design supplies, and stationary and office supplies. There's an art gallery and art school on the sixth floor which hosts a variety of classes on the arts. The store also has a monthly sketch club in which you can go somewhere nearby to sketch and receive advice from an experienced instructor.

    I think I read about this store on a Buzzfeed article, and when I found out wed be heading to Japan, I knew I wanted to stop here. It was a great store, with many unique items, an excellent...

  • JUMP SHOP Tokyo Dome City
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kouraku 1-3-61 Tokyo Dome City
    An official shop dedicated to the Weekly Shonen Jump and Jump SQ comic magazines located inside Tokyo Dome City in the Koraku area of Bunkyo City, Tokyo. The shop sells lifestyle goods, snacks, fashion wear, and DVDs connected with the comics serialized in the magazines. JUMP SHOP also carries merchandise available no place else, and this popular destination constantly buzzes with people of all ages, from children to adults. The shop is also a popular tourism destination for Jump fans from throughout Japan and the world.
  • Shosen Grande
    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.
  • Kakimori
    1 Reviews
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Misuji 1-6-2
    A stationery shop located in front of Kuramae Station in Taito City, Tokyo where you can create a one-of-a-kind notebook. When creating your notebook, you can choose from among some 60 varieties of cover materials and 30 varieties of pages. You can also try writing on the various page materials to choose your favorite. After you've finished making your order, an experienced artisan will complete your notebook in a few minutes. You can also make your own original ink here. The staff are happy to give advice, making it easy even for first-timers. You can fill one of the store's special-order bottles with a color that's all your own.


  • Ozu Washi
    41 Reviews
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashihonchou 3-6-2 Ozu Main Building Building
    A washi Japanese paper shop established in 1653, Ozu Washi carries washi designed for painting, calligraphy, crafts, interior design, and a variety of other purposes with a focus on handmade washi papers from around the country. The shop also operates the Ozu Gallery, which holds exhibitions and classes on making washi paper by hand, as well as the Ozu History Museum, which contains exhibits on the history of paper and Ozu.

    This paper store is a fun place to shop for its artistic papers of every design, color and texture. Gift items are available in all price ranges. If you have the time, pay the small fee to make...

  • Mito Shoji (Ameyoko Plaza Shop)
    2 Reviews
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 6-10-7 Ameyoko Plaza 4
    A store which sells imported lighters and writing materials and which has operated for over 30 years in the Ameya-Yokocho market in Ueno. The shop carries an abundant variety of products and always keeps around 2,300 Zippo lighters in stock at any given time. In addition to standard plain lighters, the shop also sells a wide array of lighters with brand logos, anime characters, and other designs. Among the shop's selection, you'll find more rare lighters perfect for international visitors to Japan, such as a lighter decorated with an image of Tokyo Skytree or Japanese gold lacquer.

    アメ横の高架下にあるアメ横プラザの店です。 喫煙具や万年筆の店ですが、時計なども売っていて、ぱっと見は何の店かわかりません。

  • Melonbooks Ikebukuro
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Minamikebukuro 1-23-6 KDG Building B1F
    A shop located in the Minami-Ikebukuro area of Toshima City, Tokyo selling dojinshi (fanzines) based on anime, video game, manga, and light novel properties as well as merchandise and new books. Although the shop sells adult-oriented merchandise, it is also notable for its large collection of books and products for more general tastes. Some of the things sold at Melonbooks are offered nowhere else, and many customers come here from far away seeking their favorite dojinshi and related merchandise. Open until 11 pm, even people coming home from work can stop by and browse at their leisure.
  • Flying Tiger Copenhagen Omotesando Store
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 4-3-2
    Flying Tiger is a chain originating in Denmark which sells Scandinavian lifestyle goods. Flying Tiger is designed around the concept of cute and fashionable European decorations and knickknacks at reasonable prices. Inside, countless goods are arranged under the store's characteristic soft lighting. The selection primarily focuses on stationary, interior decorations, kitchen goods, dining utensils, and party items. Colorful, pop-inspired paper napkins and tablecloths make popular presents.
  • Tora no Ana Ikebukuro Store
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 1-9-1 Seiko Sunshine Building XI 6-7F
    Tora no Ana is a dojin shop in Higashi-Ikebukuro in Tokyo’s Toshima City. It deals mainly in fan-created magazines and fan merchandise but also sells commercially produced comics and anime. There are two Tora no Ana shops in the Ikebukuro area, and Tora no Ana B is one of them, while Tora no Ana A sells mostly merchandise that appeals to men. The store also sells adult comics along with action figures and other toys. In November 2015, the former Store A and Store B changed places, so the current Store A is in the building where Store B was formerly located.
  • Kiwa Products Kirarito Ginza Store
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 1-8-19KIRARITOGINZA5F
    An atelier cafe which sells parts for making bead accessories. The shop is filled with colorful beads in all shapes and sizes and made from all kinds of materials gathered from across the country and around the world. There's a cafe space in the back where you can work with beads while enjoying a cup of fresh brewed coffee. The shop also lends tools to those who don't have them. The shop periodically conducts workshops where you can learn about making accessories and eat tasty sweets.
  • IDEE Shop Jiyugaoka
    5 Reviews
    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.


  • Today's Special (Jiyugaoka 1F/2F)
    4 Reviews
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 2-17-81 F/2 F
    An interior design boutique based on the question of, How shall we enjoy today? Here you'll find simple and unsophisticated lifestyle goods designed for enjoying today. The shop's selection mainly focuses on interior decorations, kitchen items, curtain implements, and healthcare goods. The shop carries a wide selection of original items, including simply designed white and ivory tableware and eco-friendly reusable bags. There's a cafe space on the third floor serving select foods.


  • Free Design[Import Northern Europe/Design]
    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.
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Kamiyamachou 17-3 Terrace Kamiyama 1F
    A new kind of bookstore combining both publishing and retail functions in the so-called Oku-Shibuya area of the Kamiyama neighborhood in Shibuya City, Tokyo. The clean white interior is filled with books and publications of all genres, including magazines, comics, art books, and photo collections. In the back of the shop is an editing space for the publishing company. Patrons can watch the publication process at work through glass windows. Open until midnight on weekdays, the shop is the perfect place to casually stop by on the way home from work.
  • 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.

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