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  • Shim (Asakusa kimono and yukata rentals)
    4 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 1-7-5
    A kimono and yukata rental and dressing shop located a five minute walk from Asakusa Station. All of the shop's rental kimonos are vintage items with fabulous patterns carefully selected by the staff. Whether you're having some fun with the girls, going on a date, or going on a little stroll through Asakusa, the staffs are ready to meet your needs and will dress you and style you so you look fashionable and attractive. Because you're renting and not buying, feel free to try bold colors and patterns, and you can come without needing to bring anything special on your part. Rentals can be returned by 8:00 p.m., giving you plenty of time to enjoy yourself. The shop's kimono plans include not only the kimono itself and obi belt but also accessories-you'll be all set! You can also borrow a haori or travelling coat for free in winter to keep warm.

    The staff provided a very personalised experience - nothing was too much trouble! I would thoroughly recommend them!

  • Haneda Airport International Terminal 2F
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Ota-ku Haneda Airport 3-3-2
  • Shibuya Stream Hall
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shibuya 3-21-3 SHIBUYA STREAM 4-6F
  • AppleStore Ginza
    Tokyo Chuo-ku
  • Apple Store Shibuya (Apple Store Shibuya)
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jinnan 1-20-9 Koendori Building
  • MacDonald Haneda Airport Terminal 2 Eki
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Ota
  • Sayanoyusho
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Maenochou 3-chome 41-1
  • Shinjuku Mura Studio
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kita-shinjuku 2-1-8
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Nishi-gotanda 6-6-19
  • ESTEC Joho building
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishishinjuku 1-24-1
  • Odakyu Hotel Century Southern Tower
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Yoyogi 2-2-1
  • Kadokawadaiei studio
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Choufushi Tamagawa 6-1-1
  • Tokyo VIP Lounge
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Chuo-ku
  • TMC Studio
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Kinuta 5-7-1
  • Hotel Rupor Kojimachi
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Hirakawachou 2-4-3
  • Vidulus
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Arakawa-ku Machiya 3-8-20
    A seven-minute walk from Machiya Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line and Keisei Main Line, and the Machiya-ekimae stop on the Toden Arakawa Line. This shop repairs and also modifies shoes and bags. The shop can handle everything from leather, nylon, and canvas bags to suitcases, wallets, and even belts. The shop can even fix issues other shop's will deem unrepairable, including frays, tears, metal fixture repairs, and lining replacements. The shop is also dedicated to helping students and will rush-repair school bags and randoseru (traditional Japanese school backpacks for elementary school children) at regular price, and will even complete repairs on such items by the following day. If you live far away, the shop can also ship your repaired or altered item to you. Last but not least, the shop accepts orders for custom-made items.
  • Harajuku no Haha
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingu-mae 4-31-11 COSMO HARAJUKU 501
    "A fortune-telling parlor located a five-minute walk from Harajuku Station on the JR Yamanote Line. Operated by Suzuko Sugano, affectionately known as ""Harajuku no Haha"" (""the Mom of Harajuku""), the parlor offers a wide variety of divination services, including Western astrology, palm reading, and tarot. The parlor's dedicated fortune-tellers can tell you what's in store for your future in areas such as love, health, and work. Some of the parlor's fortune-tellers speak foreign languages; the prices are also clear and fixed, so feel free to ask. For the best possible experience, you are recommended to make a reservation by phone or email in advance, but the parlor also accepts walk-ins."
  • Seino Transportation Tokyo Freight Depot Sales Office (SEIBU)
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Yashio 3-3-22 (Tokyo Freight Terminal Sta. Konai)
  • SAGAWA Tokyo Head Office
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Koto-ku Shinsuna 2-2-8
  • Seino Transportation Adachi Higashi Branch
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Tokyo Adachi-ku

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The setting of countless iconic movie scenes and the inspiration for songs, poetry, and literature worldwide, Tokyo barely requires an introduction. It’s hard for the kaleidoscopic neon lights, wacky pop culture, and some of the world’s tallest structures not to instill excitement in any first-time visitor to Tokyo, whether you’re in the very center of the hustle and bustle in Shinjuku or Shibuya or looking in from the quieter suburbs.

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