Other Shopping Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Tokyo Station Gallery
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    4.0
    126 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1
    This art museum first opened its doors in 1988 inside Tokyo Station, itself erected in 1914, and has been popular ever since. The museum closed in accordance with the remodeling of the station and opened once again in October 2012. The museum hosts a variety of exhibitions covering a variety of genres such as modern art as well as railroads, architecture, and design. From Tokyo Station, the museum shares art with the people of Japan and the world. One of the exhibition rooms makes use of a red brick wall symbolic of the original museum building and is a must-see.

    One of the busiest stations in Tokyo. Visited here with my friends and walked a bit around to see the statue of time showing how much time left for Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo.

  • Ginza Washita Shop Main Store
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    4.0
    184 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 1-3-9 Maruito Ginza Building 1 FB 1
    This Okinawan antenna shop is located right next to the stairs for Exit 3 of the Yurakucho Line's Ginza-itchome Station. It is a lively shop that offers approximately 4000 kinds of items that makes you feel like you are in an Okinawan market. The entrance decorations that closely resemble Ryukyu tiles and shisa (lion dogs) serve as landmarks for the store. A popular item is beniimo sweet potato tarts, a standard Okinawan souvenir. The product, with a history of more than 30 years, is a popular sweet that has won many awards including the Monde Selection Gold Award. They have many items such as seasonal Okinawan vegetables and fruits that can only be found here outside of Okinawa.

    Great for picking up your Gifts for friends/family from Japan. Staff are friendly and speak some English. Take your time to look around before ordering! Good luck and enjoy!

  • Hokkaido Dosanko Plaza Yurakucho Store
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    4.0
    168 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakucho 2-10-1 Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan 1F
    This store, located on the first floor of the Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan a one-minute walk from JR Yurakucho Station, carries popular sweets, seafood products, and agricultural products from Hokkaido. In addition to selling well-known standards, there's a corner dedicated to new products from Hokkaido which have just begun to be sold outside the prefecture within the last year; if customers show enough interest, the products featured here might also be turned into regular store selections. There's also a takeout corner with a wide array of Hokkaido treats, including famous Hokkaido soft serve ice cream and piping hot croquettes and zangi fried chicken. Finally, there's a weekly special events corner, and customers can enjoy the tastes of Hokkaido here year-round.

    Great place to shop for regional items from Hokkaido including soft serve. Close to the Ginza area, antenna stores sell products from other regions of Japan.

  • 2k540 AKI-OKA ARTISAN
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    4.5
    97 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 5-9-23
    This commercial facility opened for business in December 2010 in the underpass of an elevated train line between JR Akihabara Station and Okachimachi Station. With a theme of making things by hand, it is a place where you can pick up articles of rare beauty which have been produced in small lots by the hands of craftsmen. Rows of unique shops stand in a line such as shops with studios attached and shop conducting experience-based workshops. It’s a spot where you can come across once off items which you won’t be able to pick up anywhere else, from jewelry and bags to traditional crafts.

    This is a shopping mall under a girder bridge, so it has many pillars and looks like a palace corridor. In the mall, many small shops sell handmade products. Works such as woodwork, leather...

  • Marugoto Kochi, a Kochi Prefecture Satellite Shop
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    4.0
    110 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 1-3-13 Orb Premier
    This satellite shop, is right by Ginza Itchome Station, in of Ginza 1 Chome, Chuo City. On the first floor and basement floor one, local artisan works and micro-brewed sakes are available, along with many specialty items from Kochi Prefecture. Tosa Dining Okyaku restaurant is on the second floor. Here, creative Tosa cuisine using produce from Kochi is deliciously prepared, and offered with Tosa microbrewery sake.

    In Ginza, there are shops that sell food from different prefectures of Japan and this one is for Kochi-ken.(Kochi perefecture. They are known for Ayu from Shimanto river and also for katsuo(bonito...

  • Ginza Kumamoto Kan
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    3.5
    46 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-3-16
    A shop selling local products from Kumamoto Prefecture located at 5 Chome Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo. Kumamoto treats and foods such as karashi renkon and Homare-no-Jindaiko, a popular local sweet, are sold on the first floor. The Asobi Bar on the second floor serves traditional cuisine and Kumamoto rice shochu from 28 distilleries.

    いきなり饅頭が欲しくて行きました。ところがホットケースの中は空でした。仕方無い、持ち帰り用を買って帰ろうとレジ前の冷凍ケースの中を見ると、1個ずつバラのと、2個組み3個組みが有りましたが、饅頭の色の違いも有って、全種類1個ずつ買うにはどれを選べば良いのか?とレジにいたスタッフに声をかけました。するとカウンターの中の女性は私と目が合った後、隣の年配の男性の顔を見ました。そして男性スタッフも私を見まし...

  • Tottori Okayama Shimbashikan
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    3.5
    49 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shimbashi 1-11-7 Shimbashi Center Place 1/2F
    This antenna shop in Minato City's Shimbashi is located just outside Shimbashi Station Exit 3 of the Ginza Line. They sell things such as specialty goods and crafts from Okayama and Tottori prefectures, fresh fruit and local sake. Also, they operate a restaurant on the second floor called Bistro Cafe Momotenashika that provides a lunch menu using seasonal ingredients from both prefectures and alcohol at night.

    地元の名産物を使った料理が味わえるレストランも隣接していて、新橋周辺でサラリーマンに人気があります。

  • Miyagi Products Plaza COCO MIYAGI
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    4.0
    53 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashi-ikebukuro 1-2-2 Higashi Ike Building 12F
    A two-minute walk from the east exit of JR Ikebukuro Station. This Miyagi Prefecture specialty products showroom occupies floors one and two of the Touike Building. The first floor is a shop area carrying sake, rice, seafood products, confections, arts and crafts, and other specialty products. This area is also used to test sales of new products, and hold event sales where customers can meet staff from companies which make the shop's products as well as representatives from towns, cities, and villages in Miyagi Prefecture. One of the facility's biggest draws, however, is the Date Gyutan Honpo restaurant on the second floor, where you can enjoy the tastes of Miyagi, particularly set meals, Japanese-style curry, and creative cuisine made with beef tongue.

    This shop sells special products of Miyagi. There are good Sake and local delicacies foods. I often buy smoked beef tongue and Sake. It is also close to Ikebukuro station. If you go to Ikebukuro...

  • Animate Sunshine
    Shopping
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 1-20-7
    This eight-floor building located at the entrance to Otome Road in the Higashi Ikebukuro district of Tokyo’s Toshima City is comprised of floors with a lineup of products particularly for the benefit of female fans, more so than other Animate locations around the country. Inside is a cosplay shop as well as shops for second-hand character costumes and doll-related merchandise, a studio offering cosplay photography, and also an Animate Café where guests can enjoy a menu that collaborates with anime works. This building is constantly being visited by anime fans from all over the country.
  • Oidemase Yamaguchi-kan
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    3.5
    35 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Nihonbashi 2-3-4 Nihonbashi Plaza Building 1F

    昼に山口の名産品を食べたくなって訪れました。 しかし、店内にイートインスペースがないので、店員から「福の花」を紹介されました。 日本橋駅から徒歩2分です。

  • Haibara
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    4.0
    24 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 2-7-1 Tokyo Nihonbashi Tower
    Founded in 1806, this long-established washi (Japanese paper) shop has steadfastly continued to support a lifestyle of washi for more than 200 years. Their “gampishi” with its smooth writing feel was sold to the commoners of Edo, and became famous for its solid reputation. The storefront features a diverse array of washi-based products including washi, Japanese trinkets, stationery, kinpu (envelopes for monetary gifts) and noshibukuro (paper bags in which to put presents), and conveys the essence of Edo to the present day. Works by some modern painters such as Takehisa Yumeji, Shibata Zeshin, and Kawanabe Kyosai are even incorporated in the products. The closest station is Nihombashi Station.

    Bought stationery sets, greeting cards, planners, giftwrapping paper after finding delight in this stores inspired creations. Easily accessible through Nihonbashi exit of Tokyo...

  • Kagawa-Ehime Setouchi Shunsaikan
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    4.0
    26 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Shinbashi 2-19-10 Shinbashi Marine Building 12F
    A local specialty products showroom located on the first and second floors of the Shinbashi Marin Building a one-minute walk from the Ginza Exit of JR Shimbashi Station. The first floor, immediately accessible from the outside, is a local specialty products shop. The shop floor is filled with some 1,400 items, including marine food products from Setouchi; agriculture, forestry, and fishery products from Kagawa and Ehime; famous regional sweets and snacks; and local liquors. On the second floor, you'll find Kaorihime, a restaurant serving the tastes of Kagawa and Ehime; a boutique where you can purchase traditional crafts; and a tourist information area.

    新橋駅すぐの 四国の色々な名物などが 購入できるお店。 お正月には香川の名物の 大福と白味噌のお雑煮用の お餅とお味噌を購入しました。 冷凍物もきちんと包んでもらえたので 有り難いです。

  • NINBEN (Nihonbashi Main Shop)
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    4.0
    41 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashimuromachi 2-2-1 COREDO Muromachi 1/1F
    This katsubushi shaved fish specialty store is in the Coredo Muromachi 1 commercial center in Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo City. In addition to shaving demonstrations and the sale of high grade katsubushi at their Nihonbashi Kezuriba Corner, they also sell a variety of goods related to dashi broth like flaked bonito, soup packs, and the standard items used in soup stock. Their adjacent Nihonbashi Dashi Bar serves bonito dashi stocks, soups-of-the-month, bento boxes in limited quantities, side dishes, and more.

    日本橋のコレド室町1Fにある「にんべん 日本橋本店」に訪問しました。にんべんといえば、出汁です。出汁の試飲もできますし、また、イートインスペースでは、出汁を使った料理を食べることもできます。

  • Shiseido Gallery
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    4.0
    33 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 8-8-3 Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building B1
    The Shiseido Gallery was originally opened in 1919, making it oldest surviving art gallery in Japan. The Shiseido Gallery's vision is to contribute to the discovery and creation of new types of beauty; focusing on contemporary art, the Gallery works actively to showcase art that embodies the contemporary era while demonstrating both cutting-edge innovation and purity. In 2001, the Shiseido Gallery reopened in the B1 level of the Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building. With an exhibition space that features a ceiling that is more than five meters in height, making it the highest in the Ginza area, the new Shiseido Gallery has attracted a great deal of interest from international artists.

    Basement floor. Cool space. It’s a quick visit, but so worth it! It’s in Ginza so you can check it out between shopping sightseeing. Hermes 8th floor gallery also cool if you are going to shiseido

  • Fuji no Kuni Yamanashi-kan
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    3.5
    36 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Nihonbashi 2-3-4 Nihonbashi Plaza Building 1F
    Yamanashi antenna shop is a four-minute walk from Tokyo Station's Yaesu Exit and a two-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station. The shop offers Yamanashi specialties and popular products, seasonal vegetables and fruits. It is operated by Shinya Tasaki, a world-renowned sommelier who has a deep knowledge of Yamanashi cuisine. A sommelier in the shop gives advice about wine, enabling you to fully appreciate the charm of world-famous Yamanashi wine. There are also a variety of sightseeing pamphlets and event information, so you can get information about attractions in Yamanashi while taking breaks from shopping.

    Im not much of a wine lover, although I fancy myself a romanticist. Japanese wine is quite bitter, but this place was accomodating and friendly, although the staff dont speak much English. Not...

  • Aomori Hokusaikan Tokyo Store
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    3.5
    19 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Fujimi 2-3-11 Aomori Hall 1F
    This store, located a three-minute walk from the west exit of Iidabashi Station, carries a wide selection of products from Aomori Prefecture, from foods to arts and crafts. The store sells over 700 products, including foods made with agricultural products grown with reduced pesticides in the cold climate of Aomori, and marine products from its nutrient-rich sea. The store also carries juices made exclusively from apples, one of Aomori's most well-known products, making it easy to purchase superb Aomori apple juice to take home as a souvenir or give as a gift. In addition, the store irregularly holds special sales fairs such as farmers from Aomori pitching stalls in front of the store to sell apples, garlic, and other products straight from the farm.

    April is the time to chase sight of these beautiful blossoms in Japan. The timing has to be calculated carefully, as they are only blooming for approximately 2 weeks. We traveled on the Diamond...

  • Tokyo Islands
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    3.5
    25 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Minato-ku Kaigan 1-12-2 Takeshiba Passenger Terminal
    A local specialty products showroom located inside the Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal a one-minute walk from the east exit of Takeshiba Station on the Yurikamome Line. The showroom sells specialty products from the many islands under the jurisdiction of Tokyo; there's also a cafe and restaurant which serves original foods made using an abundance of island ingredients. Island liquors such as shochu and rum; and shiokara fermented seafood paste, island nori seaweed sheets, and other island seafood products make great souvenirs. The most popular item on the restaurant's menu is the minced and breaded brownstriped mackerel scad cutlet burger. The showroom also has free Wi-Fi.

    JR浜松町駅から歩いて20分弱、竹芝客船ターミナル内にある、カフェです。 竹芝桟橋から出ている「ヴァンテアン」に乗った際、利用しました。 カフェの横にお土産コーナーが併設されていて、八丈島などの名産品などが買えます。 今回、あしたばと黒ごまのやみつきラスクというものを購入。 ほんのり あしたばの青臭さと胡麻の香りがするペーストがラスクに塗られていて、面白いお味でした。

  • The Daiba (DiverCity Tokyo Plaza Location)
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-1-10 Diversity Tokyo Plaza 2F
    A souvenir shop located on the second floor of the DiverCity Tokyo Plaza mall in Aomi, Koto City, Tokyo. The shop carries Fuji TV merchandise and souvenirs such as items sold only in Odaiba. The shop is also adjoined by the Glico-ya, a store which carries merchandise related to the popular snack manufacturer Glico.
  • Yaesu Book Center (Main Store)
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Yaesu 2-5-1
    "A large bookstore located about a three-minute walk from Yaesu South Exit of Tokyo Station. They offer titles in a range of categories over nine floors, including eight above ground and a basement. The store has a focus on specialized books, and business titles in particular. The roughly 4,600 square-meter shop has terminals installed on every floor to let you search their inventory with ease. If you can't find the book you are looking for or remember its title, you can also consult with a knowledgeable ""book concierge."""
  • Isetatsu (Yanaka Main Store)
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    4.5
    13 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taito-ku Yanaka 2-18-9
    A publisher of Edo style chiyogami paper and omocha-e (ukiyo-e style toy pictures). It was founded in 1864. In addition to more than 1,000 kinds of chiyogami and omocha-e, they also handle Japanese stationery and papier-mache lucky charms. Their signature Edo chiyogami features washi paper block printed by hand with bright and colorful patterns. Chiyogami, which each pattern reflects the poetic aspects of life, is a traditional craft popular with international travelers. The popular product finds itself incorporated into various items worldwide, including Christmas cards and notebook covers.

    I read a lot of wonderful reviews about Isetatsu before coming to Tokyo and the experience certainly was worth the visit. This heritage paper salon contains many exquisite Chiyogami, traditional...

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