Interior / Furniture Spots in Tokyo Area

  • 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.


  • 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.
  • The Conran Shop Marunouchi Store
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-4-1 Marunouchi Building 23F
    This home furnishings store is located inside the Marunouchi Building, known to locals as the Maru Building. Dedicated to enhancing the quality of your daily life, the shop carries furniture, interior decorations, and other choice, charming items from around the world. The white-based store has stairs right inside, making it possible to freely move between its first, second, and third floors. The shop's highly stylish items are sure to make daily life more fun and not only make great gifts but are also perfect for you own home. The shop also sells furniture personally designed by English interior designer Terence Conran, the store's founder.
  • Nitori Nakameguro
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Nakameguro 1-chome 10-21
  • Nitori Akabane
    Tokyo Kita-ku Kamiya 3-chome 6-20
  • Shimachu HOME'S (Shimachu Homes) Nakano Main Store
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Minamidai 5-24-13
  • Nitori Minamisuna
    Tokyo Koto-ku Minamisuna 3-chome 3-6
  • Shimachu Ota Chidori
    Tokyo Ota-ku Chidori 2-33-1
  • IKEA Shibuya
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 24-1 Takagi Building 1-7F
  • Nitori Kanpachi Yoga
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Tamagawadai 2-chome 33-1
  • Nitori Narimasu
    Tokyo Nerima-ku Asahicho 3-chome 35-6
  • Nitori Kannana Umejima
    Tokyo Adachi-ku Umejima 2-chome 31-26
  • Shimachu HOME'S (Shimachu Homes) Kasai
    Tokyo Edogawa-ku Higashi-Kasai 9-3-6
  • LoFt IKEBUKURO ( Ikebukuro LOFT )
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Toshima Minami-Ikebukuro 1-28-1 Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store 9-12F
  • Shimachu HOME'S (Shimachu Homes) Nakano
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Nakano 2-10-11
  • Shimachu HOME'S (Shimachu Homes) Sengawa
    Tokyo Chofu-shi Wakabacho 2-1-7
  • Nitori Oi Keibajo-mae
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Katsushima 1-chome 6-16 Wira Oi 3F

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