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  • Animate Sunshine
    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.
  • On Sundays
    5 Reviews
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-7-6 In Watarium Museum
    This is a museum shop and café of the “WATARI-UM Watari Museum of Contemporary Art” in Jingumae, Shibuya. The first floor sells stationery postcard collections and original products by Japanese and international artists. The basement floor is a bookshop with a rich assortment of art books such as design books and photograph collections from around the world. At the café you can enjoy authentic espresso, tea and light meals while being immersed in contemporary art. Talk events are also held.

    外苑西通りにある異質なコンクリートの建物。ワタリウム美術館に併設されたお店がon sundays’。1階と地下に広がる店内いっぱいにステーショナリーや雑貨が。珍しい物が多くて、ゆっくり見ていたらとんでもない時間が過ぎています。FREITAGも取り扱っています!

    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.
  • The Bear’s School – Jackie’s Dream Tokyo Station
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Tokyo Station No.1 Street B1F Tokyo Character Street
    The first official shop in the world dedicated to recreating the vision of the popular The Bear’s School picture book series. The shop is located in the Tokyo Character Street area past the Yaesu North Exit on floor B1 of JR Tokyo Station. Overflowing with cute lifestyle goods decorated with Jackie the bear and picture book art merchandise, the shop’s Railway Jackie stuffed animal, decked out in a station master’s hat and necktie and only available at Tokyo Station, is particularly popular.
  • Bingoya
    3 Reviews
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Wakamatsuchou 10-6
    A folk craft store located a one minute walk from Wakamatsu-kawada Station on the Toei Oedo subway line. The store's sale's floors are located on floors B1 through 4. Here you'll find shelves packed with traditional folk crafts made in areas around the country, and visitors will find themselves enwrapped in a sense of nostalgia for Japan's past. The store's countless selection of choice Japanese folk crafts includes traditional toys; papier mache figures; pottery; glassware; indigo dyed cloth; and stationary, envelopes for special occasions, and other Japanese washi paper products. All of the store's goods carry that special warmth only handmade items have and remain uninfluenced by recent trends in this or that folk craft, making searching for your favorites part of the fun of coming here.

    I crossed Tokyo to visit this craft shop situated in a good neighbourhood. Easy to find from the Metro station being just across the road, I stepped into a shop with five floors. Each floor held...

  • Akihabara UDX Restaurant & Shop Akiba Ichi
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 4-14-1 Akihabara UDX
    A collection of restaurants and shops located inside the Akihabara UDX commercial complex and office building a two minute walk from JR Akihabara Station. 30 select restaurants as well as a convenience store and five other establishments can be found in the facility, and many people drop by here during lunch and dinner time. Visitors will find a broad array of cuisines on offer, including Japanese, yoshoku Western, Chinese, Italian, and seafood. Particularly recommended eateries include Oerbierman, which serves rare beers difficult to find in Japan; Chiocciol@pizzeria, where diners can enjoy wines shipped direct from the winery; and the Akihabara Ramen Gekijo (Akiba Mengeki), a food court which hosts branches of three popular ramen restaurants.
  • Ibasen Shop
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashikobunachou 4-1 Izenbu Building 1F
    A long standing sensu folding fan and uchiwa handheld fan shop located a six minute walk from Tokyo Metro Mitsukoshimae Station. The shop was founded by Ibaya Kanzaemon, a Hamamatsu merchant who came to old Edo together with the mighty shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. The shop has carried uchiwa fans decorated with ukiyoe woodblock prints since the late Edo period; having served as a print publisher for such renowned artists as Utagawa Toyokuni, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, and Hiroshige, this shop in fact invented the idea of incorporating prints into these handheld fans. The shop still sells products bearing reprints of these famous artists' works today. The shop also has decorative sensu folding fans created with prints by artists such as Hokusai, Hiroshige, and Utamaro, which make perfect souvenirs or presents. The shop's uchiwa combining works by Hiroshige with the popular cartoon character Doraemon are also fun.
  • Tree Village Television Station Official Shop, Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi Store
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town/Sola Massi 4F
    This promotional goods store is on the fourth floor of the Tokyo Solamachi merchandise building, near the Tokyo Skytree in Oshiage, Sumida Ward. This store sells character goods from the television programs or movies aired on the primary Tokyo broadcasting stations, including Fuji Television, Nippon Television, TV Asahi, TBS, and TV Tokyo. Annexed to the store is a cafe which serves cuisine coordinated with the programs currently in season.
  • Ganso Shokuhin Sample Shop, Kappabashi Store
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Nishiasakusa 3-7-6
    This is a specialty food sampling store located just five minutes from the A2 Exit of the Tsukuba Express, Asakusa Station. On the first floor of the main building, various unique goods and objects, such as bacon shaped bookmarks, and a potato shaped memo stand, are sold. One of the popular activities are the various exhibit corners introducing the processes by which food samples are made, demonstrated using hamburger as an example; as well as the sample kit Samplun for making these items at home. The second floor is set up with hands-on activity spaces, such as the Tempura and Lettuce food sample making experience space.
  • Koju in Ginza Gas Lamp Street
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 3- 5-8 Nippon Kodo Building 1F
    This incense shop has a history going back over 440 years. With traditions born from the Warring States period, when Oda Nobunaga tried to conquer the whole world, this venerable incense master has even served the imperial palace. They offer a wide range of types including regular sticks, as well as funereal incense powder, cake incense, clothing incense, and more. Not only do the aromas vary, but they have a rainbow of colors and shapes on offer as well for visual as well as olfactory pleasure. They also host traditional incense smelling ceremony classes led by a professional incense master, to allow you to experience a rare piece of traditional Japanese culture.
  • SyuRo
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Torigoe 1-16-5
    A select shop selling original items by SyuRo, a design company which plans and directs the creation of goods for everyday living. The shop sells a selection of original SyuRo products for everyday life which reverberate with all five senses. One of the great things is that all of the shop's wears are simple in design and will be able to be used for years and years. SyuRo's simple metal rectangular boxes, for example, are created carefully one at a time by artisans in Japan and were awarded a Good Design Award in 2017. Perfect for storing cutlery, stationary, letters, and more, they will be able to be used until they're considered antiques.
  • Industrial Tourism Plaza Tokyo Sumida City Point
    6 Reviews
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town/Sola Machi East Yard 5F
    Tokyo Sumida City Point occupies the fifth floor of Tokyo Skytree Town, a shopping facility right next to Oshiage Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and other lines. A kind of market, Tokyo Sumida City Point aims to introduce visitors to the many charms and wonders of Sumida. There's a tea house where you can enjoy seasonal sweets and a demonstration corner where artisans demonstrate the making of wicker basket weaving, hand-painted paper lanterns, and other traditional crafts. The event corner is used to host interesting events such as the Oedo Sumida Craftsman Exhibition, as well as short classes on traditional Japanese crafts. And of course you'll find a wide selection of Sumida specialty product souvenirs such as glass and leather goods.

    すみだの産業が一堂に介していて、すみだを知るにはここに来ると便利です。 どこへ行っても同じものしかないなか、ここには、墨田区ならではのモノがいっぱい。お土産を買うにはいい場所です。茶屋は、スカイツリーにあって安価!さすがの下町価格なんです。

  • NINBEN (Nihonbashi Main Shop)
    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.
  • Edoya
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashiodenmachou 2-16
    This brush specialty shop is located in Chuo City's Nihonbashi-Odenmacho. A veteran shop founded in 1718, they were the personal brush dealer to the shoguns, who gave the shop its name. Today it sells brushes for various individual and business purposes, including brushes for clothes, shoes, cosmetics, and hair.
  • Tsukiji Miyukido
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-14-1
    Tsukiji Miyukido specializes Saikyou-zuke (fish pickled in sweet Kyoto-style miso) and other delicacies. They use fish directly from Tsukiji market and are well renowned by local chefs. They are incredibly popular because they have such a large volume of thinly sliced Patagonian toothfish meat cut from around the gills, Japanese butterfish, black cod, salmon, Spanish mackerel and more.
  • Hiroshima Brand shop TAU
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 1-6-10 Ginza on one building
  • Yaesu Book Center Main Store
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Yaesu 2-5-1
  • Waterras
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kanda Awajicho 2-101 , 103 , 105
  • Joseisenyo Trunk Room Mona BOX Hatagaya
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Hatagaya 1-1-4 Apita Hatagaya 201
  • No Wada Hyogu
    Tokyo Fussa-shi Fussa 1232-2

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