Bags / Shoes / Other Decorations Spots in Tokyo Area

  • KIDDY LAND - Harajuku
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    4.5
    347 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-1-9
    Together with popular character goods and toys, this location is also filled with items for grownups as well such as figures and plastic models from its basement floor to the fourth floor. There are four dedicated shops offering character goods including Snoopy and Hello Kitty which carry items limited to Harajuku. This place is often bustling with children, women and foreign tourists.

    Since its opening in November 1950, the Kiddy Land toy store has become a landmark store in Harajuku. It constantly provides the latest toys information and has been loved by many domestic and...

  • Tokyo Character Street
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    4.0
    211 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 Tokyo Station No.1 street B1
    This retail facility of shops selling character goods is located in First Avenue Tokyo Station, directly connected to the Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit. Here the shops carry themed merchandise from Japan’s popular characters such as Hello Kitty, Rilakkuma, Studio Ghibli, and Ultraman, as well as foreign characters such as Moomin and Snoopy. There are also shops selling official merchandise from NHK and other private TV companies. It’s a popular place for both foreign and domestic tourists to buy Tokyo souvenirs.

    Tokyo Character Street is a very popular shopping location hidden inside the Tokyo Station. It is filled with gift shops featuring famous cartoon characters, including Hello Kitty, Snoopy, Crayon...

  • Shibuya Loft
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    4.0
    64 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawacho 21-1
    A three minute walk from Exit 3 of Shibuya Station on the Ginza Line, Fukutoshin Line, and, Hanzomon Line, Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line, and a five-minute walk from the Hachiko Exit of JR Shibuya Station. This lifestyle goods store consists of seven floors - six aboveground and one below. Filled with choice art and design goods, health products, and more, the shop's sales floors are also decorated in a mature, adult style. This particular Loft location specializes in unique sales floor areas unlike anything found elsewhere, such as the Flying Art Apartment installation, a space which displays and sells products designed by young creators from across the country and the world.

    Such a dangerous place as it’s full of so much great stationary, pens and souvenirs! We went back a second time. This place is worth a visit especially if you are a pen and paper fan. The other...

  • Tokyo Kyukyodo (Ginza Main Store)
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    4.0
    48 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 5-7-4
    This longstanding store in Ginza specializes in incense, stationary, and Japanese paper products. They originally opened in Kyoto as a pharmacy in 1663, then eventually switched to selling incense and stationary. Seeking to preserve traditional Japanese culture their products serve to show off the skills of the craftsmen that make them. They offer writing paper, postcards, Japanese paper crafts, and incense which make fantastic gifts, as well as calligraphy tools recommended by masters of the art.

    This is one of the finest stationery store in the world. Located a long block away from the Ginza train station, make the time to shop here for the finest quality of cards, stationery and writing...

  • Ginza Itoya
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 2-7-15
    This long-established stationary store was founded in 1904 and is known for carrying a wide range of goods from art supplies to office supplies, high grade writing materials and original merchandise. The new G. Itoya main store which was reconstructed in June of 2015 is easily identified by the large red paperclip on its sign outside. K. Itoya, which has a large fountain pen on its exterior sign, is a space to enjoy shopping that was designed under the concept of being a retreat for adults.
  • Akihabara Gachapon Hall
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    3.5
    8 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 3-15-5 GEE! STORE Akiba 1F
    A shop dedicated to gachapon (vending machine capsule toys) located a five-minute walk from Akihabara Station’s Electric Town Exit in Akihabara, the mecca of otaku (nerd) culture. The shop carries gachapon covering a variety of genres, including anime and video game characters, food-themed toys, and humorous gachapon. The shop is filled with some 400 gachapon dispensers, and new stock is brought in each month. Occasionally, gachapon capsules will have an “atari” sticker on them which can be traded in to receive a free turn on a gachapon dispenser.

    A small shop filled with only gachapon from floor to ceiling. Hard to choose which one you want to try. Worth a little visit if you are in the area.

  • Alice on Wednesday Tokyo
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-28-3 Canonville
    This is a concept shop based on the theme of “Alice in Wonderland” which sells sweets and accessories with motifs of the Cheshire cat, the white rabbit, and the playing cards. The shop has blue walls with large and small doorways and the giant “Alice in Wonderland” storybook makes an impression on the visitor. Each floor inside the shop recreates a scene in Alice's world with “the White Queen's Kitchen,” “the Red Queen's Dungeon,” and “the Hat Shop.” The closest station is Meiji-jingumae Station.

    A quaint little shop selling souvenirs and knick-knacks based on the Alice in Wonderland theme, this place is over 3-4 levels and Im sure youll find something to catch your interest.

  • MoMA Design Store
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    4.0
    16 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 5-10-1GYRE3F
    The New York Museum of Modern Art’s first design store in Japan, located in the Gyre shopping mall in the Jingumae area of Shibuya City, Tokyo. The stylish white interior of the shop seems like a work of art in itself. In addition to popular MoMA products and limited edition merchandise, the shop is filled with furniture, office supplies, and kitchenware, and many customers come here in search of the perfect gift for someone they know.

    Nice branch of the MOMA NY store. Interesting gadgets, art and stuff for the home -living room, bedroom, kitchen and others

  • Nittereya Shiodome Store
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    3.0
    4 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Minato-ku Higashishimbashi 1-6-1 Sun Tele Tower B1/2F
    A shop owned and operated by Nippon Television which sells merchandise for the company's shows and mascot characters. The Shiodome shop is located on floors B1 and B2 in Nittele Tower in Shiodome; an additional store is located in the Tokyo Character Street area of JR Tokyo Station. Nittereya sells merchandise found nowhere else as well as seasonal products, and many shoppers come here in search of souvenirs and gifts. In addition to merchandise, the shops also have displays and exhibits relating to Nippon Television programs, making Nittereya worth visiting even if you are not interested in shopping.

    日テレ屋は汐留日本テレビタワーの地下広場にあります。ここでは今放送中のドラマ関連や、バラエティー番組などのグッズ、お菓子などが揃っています。また箱根駅伝のグッズなどもあります。東京のおみやげにはここの商品がピッタリだと思います。

  • TRAVELER’S FACTORY
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Kamimeguro 3-13-10
    This miscellaneous goods store located in the backstreets of Kamimeguro in Tokyo’s Meguro City sells stationery and other select merchandise with a theme of tools that one can use each day as if they were traveling. They are famous for their Traveler’s Notebook appointment book series that is popular for its ease of use and customizable properties. The shop interior looks like a hideout and is full of fashionable items from all over the world such as masking tape, postcards and small accessories.

    If you love writing journal, you will love this small shop. There are wide variety of customized notebooks, decoration kits and stationery.

  • Bumpodo Kanda Main Store
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    4.5
    13 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandajinbocho 1-21-1
    This art supplies store was established in 1887. Located a four-minute walk from Jimbocho Station, the store has a stately facade; inside, you'll find a cafe and gallery in addition to the art supplies areas. The store was famously the first in Japan to develop and sell professional oil paints. The store's original Artists' Oil Colors are notable for their high pigment concentration, and were developed after extensive research to ensure that their deep and beautiful colors will stay vivid for an extended period of time. The Bumpodo Gallery Cafe on the third floor serves blended coffee, enabling you to relax and enjoy a beverage along with some art.

    This is a great shop for artists as it has a huge supply of tools, paints, inks,papers and other things for artists. You could spend a very long time here looking. This is a serious shop, not a craft...

  • SOUVENIR FROM TOKYO
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    3.5
    9 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Minato-ku Roppongi 7-22-2 National Art Center, 1F/B1F
    Souvenir From Tokyo (abbreviated as SFT) is a museum shop located on the first floor and basement floor of The National Art Center, Tokyo. In the display cases that nearly look like works of art are items chosen not based on their name or genre but rather from a Tokyo perspective. The store is popular as a place for customers to discover new art and design that suits their own interests, instead of just purchasing souvenirs out of appreciation for fine arts. The gallery within the facility displays works from approximately six groups of artists for the span of a year.

    Worth of visiting if you’re already at National Art Center. In the basement floor, it’s more than just a museum shop. Some unique items but I could not find anything to buy for young child and teens.

  • Evangelion Store Tokyo-01 Ikebukuro P’PARCO Store
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    5.0
    1 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 1-50-35 Ikebukuro P'PARCO 2F
    Located on the second floor of Ikebukuro P’PARCO in Tokyo’s Toshima City, this is the official store of the popular work of anime “Evangelion.” It moved from Harajuku to its present site in 2014. The store carries all Evangelion items including accessories with illustrations of the anime characters and collaborative products with other companies. It also sells numerous fashion items and even clothing worn by characters in the story and its illustrations, and is visited by many fans who have come to visit the store from far away.

    Neon Genesis Evangelion (commonly known as Evangelion) is one of the most popular anime series around the world. Evangelion Store Tokyo-01 is the official Evangelion shop located in Tokyo’s suburb of...

  • Sunday Brunch Shimokitazawa
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitazawa 2-29-2-2F
    This cafe and knickknack shop is in Shimokitazawa. The shop interior has large windows and high ceilings for a free, easy feeling. It has lots of greenery and you can buy the decorations on display, making it particularly popular with ladies. The menu offers a daily lunch special with drink included, as well as pasta dishes, curry, rice omelets, and more, all served in generous portions to satisfy a hungry appetite. The seasonal fruit thick-made hotcakes from the sweets menu are particularly popular for Instagrammability.
  • Kamawanu (Daikanyama Main Shop)
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    4.0
    5 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakuchou 23-1
    A tenugui hand towel shop with a distinctive sign with a sickle at the top. This is the chain's flagship location, which stands in a back alley near the intersection in front of Daikan-yama Station a three minute walk from the north exit. The shop carries close to 200 different, diverse hand towel designs, including seasonal patterns, cute patterns, and cool patterns. The company also makes original patterns perfect for gifts and mementos. Because of its wide selection of hand towels, from everyday patterns to photoesque patterns, the shop is a popular destination for international tourists.

    This is a really lovely shop that sells tenugui cloths. The prices range depending on the size and the edges are unfinished. It comes with a little instruction pamphlet on how to use and care for the...

  • NADiff a/p/a/r/t
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Ebisu 1-18-4
    A multipurpose complex located a six-minute walk from JR Ebisu Station. Consisting of four floors aboveground and one below, floors two and three are occupied by galleries which are used to host exhibitions throughout the year. There are also art shops which carry a wide selection of domestic and international publications concerning contemporary art and photography, as well as shops selling CDs, DVDs, art goods, and other items. You're sure to encounter new contemporary art each time you come here.

    NADiff A/P/A/R/T is roughly a 5 minutes walk from Ebisu station. It is next to some nice restaurants and cafe. You have to approach it from a smaller back alley (check their website for a map). The...

  • ACTUS Shinjuku Store
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 2-19-1 BYGS Building 12F
    A 10-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station. This furniture store, located on floors one and two of the BYGS Building connected directly to exit C-8 of Shinjuku-Sanchome Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line and Marunouchi Line. Primarily selling furniture and decorations imported from Europe, this furniture chain store is mainly located in the Kanto region. The store's wide selection of products also spans everything from shirts, skirts, and other clothing items to diffusers and hand soaps. In addition, the store sells its own private product brand. The store holds special sales such as the OH! OUTLET! sale during which time customers can purchase display products at outlet prices.
  • Ryogoku Takahashi
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    3.5
    4 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Ryogoku 4-31-15
    "This sumo accessory and seating cushion shop is located along Keiyo Road near Ryogoku Station. Since its establishment in 1912, this shop has continued to make goods related to sumo wrestling and order-made futons. The shop is crowded with sumo fans and foreign tourists who look for sumo goods and other stuff such as cute magnets, coin purses, etc. Also, this shop is famous as a favorite among active sumo wrestlers, as they deal in special hair oil for making ""Mage"" (Japanese traditional bun hairstyle) and other sumo-related goods for professional use."

    両国駅の国技館とは反対側にある相撲関連のグッズを扱っている店です。 相撲カレンダーなど、相撲好きには最適な店です。

  • White atelier BY CONVERSE
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-16-5 HOLON-3B1F/1F
    This store is the first domestically operated “CONVERSE” brand shoe store opened in Japan in 2015. It is a concept shop with the slogan “Design Yourself,” offering a wide range of products including limited items, also with a customized space in the basement. You can make your own CONVERSE shoes by printing your favorite pattern on the white-colored “All Stars” shoe type and attaching the accessory parts of your choice. The nearest station is Meiji-jingumae Station.
  • Antique Life Jin
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    2.5
    3 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kitazawa 2-30-8
    A three-minute walk from Shimo-Kitazawa Station. This antique shop can be reached by walking straight northeast from the station's North Exit, the shop will be just on the right when the road ends. The longstanding establishment was opened in 1982 and sells not only antiques but also original furniture as well. The shop's furniture selection includes chabudai low tables, collection cases, and shaded lamps. You can also find a wide variety of clocks, tableware, and cat-themed knickknacks here.

    Not much here really, typical stuff. It took about 10 minutes to browse the place and we didnt find anything we wanted. Maybe Japanese antiques just isnt our thing?

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