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Style / Fashion Spots in Ueno / Asakusa / Ryogoku Area

  • Tabi Kutsu-ya Shoe Shop Asakusa
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 1-22-7Kasakusa1F
    This is a shoe shop in Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo, with a large selection of easy to walk in and easy to wear domestic leather shoes. Most of the shoes are made by Kobe manufacturers famous for shoe production. There are shoes suitable for all sorts of troubled feet such as wide feet and high insteps, and bunions, etc. and is the perfect spot to find a pair of shoes that will make you ‘want to travel somewhere'.
  • Plame Collome ecute Ueno
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 7-1-1 JR East Ueno Station Ueno Station 3F (Eutyuto Ueno)
    A combination lifestyle goods shop, café, relaxation parlor, and nail salon located in the ecute Ueno shopping facility. In this unique business, patrons can relax in the café, get a soothing massage, and purchase original and imported lifestyle goods. Located inside a train station, Plame Collome is open from early in the morning until late at night, making it easy to stop by on the way to or from work.
  • Nippon Ichi Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi Store
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town Sora Machi 4F East Yard 10
    This historic traditional Japanese sundries store carries goods produced by the Nakagawa Seihichi Merchants, which is an historic 300-year old hemp materials shop founded in Nara. This bright and modern store interior is lined with sundries assembled from all over the nation that capture the essence of Japanese culture. Because of their many characteristic Japanese products, Nippon Ichi is popular with foreign visitors. At the Solamachi branch they sell exclusive sky-colored goods available only at the Skytree Town. The most popular item is the Skytree hand-towels that depict the Skytree with the city scene of Tokyo below. The scene changes according to the season or time.
  • Cosmetics Makanai Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi Store
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town/Sola Massi 4F
    Cosmetics Makanai sells cosmetics created by women, to protect their skin, who worked at Kinpakuya, an over 100-year old gold leaf mill in Kanazawa. The Cosmetics Makanai Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamchi store sells not only cosmetics, and cosmetic accessories, but small Japanese gift goods. These cosmetics thoroughly tested and tried for preserving beautiful skin, are very popular. Their limited seasonal products, in their cute packaging, are also beloved.
  • Pocchiri Tokyo Skytree Town, Solamachi Store
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town Tokyo Sola Machi East Yard 4F
    This is the first Tokyo branch store of the Kyoto based gamaguchi wide-mouthed pouches. The Pocchiri store offers a wide variety of colorful wide-mouthed pouches, with basic Japanese patterns, pop floral patterns, animal patterns and more. The gamaguchi pouch designed with Mt. Fuji on it is very popular as a souvenir with foreign tourists. The pouches come in various materials as, wool, leather, or patchwork cloth. One typically thinks of coin purses or wallets for wide-mouth gamaguchi clasps, but creative shoulder bags, and backpacks are offered as well.
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Yanaka 2-18-6
    Located near Dangozaka-shita municipal bus stop. This is a tailor made shoe store. They make shoes according to a traditional method, which includes starting with the design, cutting out the wood pattern, and crafting the shoes, all in-house. They make a pattern suited to the feet of each person. The number of abundant designs offered with their uniquely finished soft leather products for both men and women, are attractive for their soft leather unique finish. From casual everyday practical shoes, to formal shoes, theses shoes will decorate your daily life. For remote customers, shipment is available. The exhibit started in Paris in 2010, is even now being held in Tokyo and Paris.
  • 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.
  • 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!

  • Tamaya Asakusa
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 1-28-2
    A natural stone accessory store in Asakusa. Find a wide selection of natural stones and accessories. This Asakusa-style store is a wide-open space that feels like a European antiques store, decorated in magnificent gems. See their original accessories made from a deep-ocean blue toned gem. The deep-blue is not only perfect for any season but has healing qualities too. When you don't know what to choose from among the wide variety of gems, the staff can help you find stones that match your birthday, constellation, or zodiac sign.
  • Sui-Ren
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Asakusa 1-18-10
    A Japanese boutique located on a side road off of the Nakamise-dori shopping street in Asakusa. Hand-carved geta clogs, handmade soaps, and other accessories and lifestyle goods made by artisans across Japan stand side by side on Sui-Ren's shelves. The secret behind Sui-Ren's amazing selection is parent company You-Bi, which is involved in all manner of distribution-related businesses. You-Bi works with over 100 artisans and manufacturers around the country and also handles consignment sales and small lot products. Thanks to these connections, many of the goods at Sui-Ren can be found nowhere else in Tokyo.
  • UNIQLO Okachimachi
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 3-27-12 Okachimachi Yoshiike Main Store Building
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Allamanda-leather
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 5-9-192K540N-2
    2k540 AKI-OKA ARTISAN is anarts and crafts shopping area under the elevated road between Akihabara and Okachimachi. It's home to Allamanda-leather, an original brand of cowhide leather products who sells leather items with their own floral patterns. Their popular tote bag is a classic product featuring original leather flowers on canvas or denim. Even with items of the same color, no two are the same as the hues vary according to the condition of the leather and from being hand dyed. They occasionally hold workshops as well.
  • Komachi Hair (Asakusa Shop No.2)
    2 Reviews
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taito-ku Asakusa 1-31-1
    A wig and kanzashi hair ornament store founded in 1926. It's on Nakamise-dori Street in Asakusa, a lively shopping fare year-round. They sell wigs for daily use, casually designed kanzashi, and more. The shop handles everything from kanzashi for formal occasions like weddings and ceremonies to medical wigs. Their wig updos are great for dances or dressing in kimono. It's also nice that they'll teach you how to easily put your hair up with a single kanzashi hairpin.


  • Kanakana
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taito-ku Yanaka 3-2-9
    A Japanese variety store a three-minute walk from Sendagi Station on Tokyo Metro's Chiyoda Line. Nestled in the back of a narrow alley, the charming shop sells Japanese themed tenugui cloths, mingei folk crafts, and more. They also occasionally hold exhibits of original apparel, handmade bags, etc.
  • Cafe Necoemon
    Style / Fashion
    Tokyo Taito-ku Yanaka 5-4-3
    A cat themed shop with an eye-catching maneki-neko lucky cat displayed in front of the store. Located in Yanaka, also known as Cat Town, they sell original maneki-neko and a variety of other feline-themed merchandise. Most of their products are made and painted by hand. A Yanakado classic, they have warmth not found in mass-produced versions. Every maneki-neko has its own facial expression, making picking one all the more fun. They also offer made-to-order versions. Painting in intricate detail, they create a model based on a picture you provide, resulting in a one-of-a-kind item. Maneki-neko of people's pets have proven super popular with cat lovers.
  • Ryogoku Takahashi
    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."
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    Tokyo Katsushika-ku
  • Megane Super Ueno Hirokoji
    Tokyo Taito-ku Ueno 4-5-11 Yasutomi Building 12F

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