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  • UNIQLO Ginza
    456 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 6-9-5 Ginza comats East building 1-12 F
    This shop offering casual wear, accessories, and other fashion items is the global flagship store of UNIQLO fashion brand. The massive 12-story shop boasts the world's largest selection of UNIQLO products in the world. The floor dedicated to the UT collection of graphic t-shirts, which feature licensed characters, artwork, and other exclusive designs is also the world's largest and one of the shop's biggest attractions. The store has foreign staff members on duty at all times, allowing shoppers from overseas to enjoy a smooth shopping experience.

    more variety. there are benches to sit if you are waiting. tax free for tourists but remember to bring your passport.

  • Spinns Harajuku Takeshita Street
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-7-1CUTECUBEHARAJUKU2F
    An apparel shop popular with young people located on the second floor of the Cute Cube Harajuku shopping mall in the Jingumae area of Shibuya City, Tokyo. The shop is filled with colorful and distinctively designed clothing and fashion items and is famous as a mecca of Harajuku fashion. The shop emphasizes style which stands out while still incorporating the latest trends and carries both secondhand and new eye-catching items unique to Harajuku.
  • Brooks Brothers Aoyama Flagship Store
    5 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Minato-ku Kitaaoyama 3-5-6
    The flagship shop of America's oldest clothing brand. It has an elegant stone exterior on Aoyama-dori Street, a five-minute walk from Omote-sando Station. It's the company's 20th shop, and the first outside of the United States. Their traditional items are popular worldwide, and some of their famous customers include Andy Warhol, John F. Kennedy, and Abraham Lincoln. The store resembles their main shop on Madison Avenue, and Americans living in Tokyo at the time it opened in 1979 said visiting felt like being back home.


  • Shinjuku Marui Men
    1 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 5-16-4
    This Marui shopping mall for men is located in the Shinjuku 3-Chome area a seven-minute walk from Shinjuku Station. Although the building is located a short distance away from the station, it can be reached via underground passageway, making it easy to reach. The mall is occupied by tenants offering something for just about every age group and fashion inclination, from mode to casual. Here you can find not only the season's latest fashions but also stylish, select accessories and choice goods. An event space on the roof periodically hosts events such as performances by idols.

    While it may not be conveniently located, it has many Maru obtained (many ticks)!! In jp, many stores never fail to provide impeccable services and a wide product range, however Marui Men gave a...

  • Marc Jacobs Aoyama
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 5-3-27
    Marc Jacobs Aoyama in Minami Aoyama features refined, eye catching designs. They carry a full line of superior quality fashion items including women’s and men’s wear, shoes, accessories, eyewear, fragrances, and more. The shop’s building incorporates traditional Japanese architectural techniques in a design that blends the natural and the urban. The upper portion of the walls are illuminated with warm light at night, creating a sophisticated feel.
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1-14-72F
    This is the Beams fashion shop's flagship store in Shibuya. They handle a range of fashion geared toward Shibuya's style conscious young women. Besides selling products, they hold many events like pop-up shop sales that deal in hard to find brands.
  • C.A.G.
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sendagi 2-39-5
    Designer Guri Uchiyama opened this shop with the idea of bringing a little beauty to the everyday lives of women, with custom made hats and select sundries. The shop, with its tiny atelier tucked into one corner, is filled with draped-pattern hats designed to accent Japanese faces. The hats are all draped pattern, with clean and roomy designs to be easy-to-wear. They have a wide selection of men's and ladies' hats, designs for every season, and the option to choose your own material and size for a custom made hat.
  • dou dou Custom Shirt Shop
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Yanaka 2-5-22 Yamaoka Building 101
    This custom order shirt shop is in Yanaka, a traditional commercial neighborhood. The quiet, wide-open space makes shopping and custom ordering a pleasure. Their custom made shirts and dresses are based on fixed patterns that you can customize with seasonal designs, fabrics, and sizes. The skilled tailors then spend about one month carefully crafting your clothing. Sizes include women's 7, 9, and 11, men's are S, M and L. There are over 100 varieties of fabric, focusing on natural fibers like cotton, hemp, cotton/linen, and in winter warm choices like wool.
  • Ank Rouge (Shibuya 109 Shop)
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Dougenzaka 2-29-1SHIBUYA1096F
    Located on the sixth floor of Shibuya 109, Ank Rouge is an apparel shop developed by Japan Imagination aimed at young women in their teens. The shop's keywords are romantic and sweet casual. Crammed with things sure to make girls scream cute and I love it, the shop offers fashionable clothing incorporating retro sensibilities. The shop is decorated with antiques suiting its brand image, giving it a stately atmosphere. In addition to clothing, the shop also sells accessories, decorations, and lifestyle goods.
  • G2?
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-22-7 Jingumae Bldg. 2nd Floor
    A used clothing store located in 3 Chome Jingumae, Shibuya City. Focusing on American and European vintage items from the 50s through the 80s, the shop sells clothing, accessories, toys, and other select goods.
  • galerie doux dimanche
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-5-6
    Gallery shop in Aoyama, Tokyo with select items that you cannot get anywhere else. galerie doux dimanche focuses on items by French creators, including interior furniture, picture books, postcards, and accessories. However, exhibitions are also held from time to time for Japanese and foreign artists.
  • Manoush
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 9-3
    A fashion brand which incorporates Bohemian influences established in France in 2003 dedicated to the concept of enjoying fashion. The Daikanyama shop stands amid the shops of other famous brands and here you can enjoy exploring fashionable clothing in a fun atmosphere.
  • Nakata Shoten Ameyoko Store
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 6-4-10
    This military shop is located in the Ueno Ameyoko shopping street, a representative shopping district in Japan with 400 stores lined up for about 500 meters. It offers many practical products that can be used for fashion such as jackets and boots, and it is characterized by dealing mainly with real surplus US military products. The store is lined with military equipment, and discovering your own favorite items from among the clutter is how to enjoy it. It is a long-established shop that shows the history of Ameyoko, which is said to have had many stores selling American military supplies after the end of WWII.
  • SCOTCH & SODA Harajuku Store
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-17-15
    This apparel store is located along Meiji-dori Street. Directly operated by the Dutch brand, they offer casual collections with high quality and comfort. There is a wide range of men’s, women’s and denim collection items on their two floors.
  • BILLABONG Odaiba
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Decks Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 3F
    Located on the third floor of the Decks Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall a two-minute walk from Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome Line, this store is owned and operated by Australian surf brand Billabong. In addition to selling exclusive Billabong merchandise and products, the shop also carries popular brands such as Von Zipper and Dakine, and here customers will find the latest trends in active wear, resort style clothing, and surf equipment. Further, along with an abundant variety of board shorts and other apparel, the shop sells products created in collaboration with well-known artists and musicians.
  • CLASSICS the Small Luxury
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 6-10-1 Roppongi Hills West Walk 4F
    This shop is the world's first specializing in handkerchiefs and is located on the fourth floor of the West Walk section of Roppongi Hills connected directly to Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Subway Oedo Line. The shop's handkerchiefs are made with high grade cottons such as Sea Island cotton, which produces a fabric with the softness of cashmere and the luster of silk; and are adorned with lace and embroidery sewn by the hands of first-class artisans. You can also special order embroidery such as lucky patterns and initials. Many of the shop's products are exquisite pieces available no place else.
  • Onitsuka Tiger Daikanyama
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakucho 20-71F
    A three-minute walk from Daikanyama Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line. Onitsuka Tiger is a shoe company owned by Asics, and this is the company's first ever street-level store. The company's retro-styled, slim sneakers are popular both in Japan and around the world. The whole front facade of this stylish shop consists of floor-to-ceiling windows, and many of its customers are international tourists. In addition to the season's latest sneakers, the shop also sells training suits and other clothing and original merchandise such as bags. The store's selection of both men's and women's products is abundant.
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakucho 28-17
    A three-minute walk from Daikanyama Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line. This shop is owned and operated by Seilin & Co. When it first opened, it sold used items with a focus on casual clothing such as denim western shirts and chambray shirts. Offering a complete lifestyle, the shop moved to its current location in 1979 and since that time it has carried American casual-based clothing, accessories, and lifestyle goods primarily produced by the company's own brands but also including items gathered from around the world.
  • ANAP (Harajuku Takeshita-dori Street Store)
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingu-mae 1-16-11 Fujii Building 1F
    A fashionable apparel shop situated on Harajuku's Takeshita Street. ANAP is a casual fashion brand which was born right here in Harajuku in 1992 and is particularly popular with young women who want fashionable clothing at reasonable prices. Sporting a colorful, pop decor resembling the contents of a toy box turned upside-down, the shop sells fashion items as well as accessories and room wear. The shop's extensive selection spans everything from basic clothing to highly unique and idiosyncratic items, and customers can enjoy the latest fashion trends at an affordable price.
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingu-mae 4-12-10 Omote-sando Hills Motodate 2F
    This store, located on the second floor of the Omotesando Hills Main Building, is owned and operated by G-Star Raw, a denim brand from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The brand uses only superior materials, production methods, and cuts, and its designs maximize the innate appeals of denim. The brand also puts great effort into its washes and delivers to customers all new ways of enjoying denim. Carrying both men's and women's fashion, the store is filled with standard denim jeans as well as elegant and refined denim tops and jackets. The store's lineup also includes things perfect for someone of just about any age.

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