Elaborate selections of bouquets and single flowers make the perfect gift for almost any occasion whether for a birthday, anniversary, graduation, funeral, wedding or even for proposals. The act of sending flowers as a gift to express your emotions has been done for centuries. But, when it comes to selecting the ideal flowers, the key would be finding the best florist who can help you pick the perfect flowers with the right meanings. It’s hard to figure what type or color of flower is appropriate for each occasion or even to know which florist to seek help for. Here are 8 best stylish and sophisticated florists in Tokyo to go for when treating yourself, or to others with flowers.
logi Plant＆Flowers (Omotesando)
Tucked away in a quiet alley in Omotesando and run by a charming couple, logi PLANTS＆FLOWERS handle unusual, large, brightly colored flowers that are rarely seen in other flower shops. Based on the concept of “picturesque flowers”, even a single flower bought from here is enough to add color to any interior. Not only fresh flowers but there are dried flowers sold at the store too. Instead of selling the same flowers year round, just like vegetables, the shop owner imports fresh seasonal flowers across the country so that customers can enjoy the seasonal beauty of the flowers.
Tokyo Fantastic Omotesando (Omotesando)
Just a few minutes walk from Omotesando station, Tokyo Fantastic Omotesando features products made by craftsmen and artisans from across the country as well as a huge selection of dried flowers. For a green filled everyday life, the shop sells dry flower wreaths, flower bottles, colorful cacti, and various succulents.
Diligence Parlour (Omotesando)
Diligence Parlour is located on the basement floor of a shopping complex, Omotesando hills. Its simple but stylish transparent bag with a handle that brought out the natural beauty of a single flower once went viral on social media. The owner opened this shop based on a concept of a flower shop like kiosk where anyone can easily come in and buy even just a single flower. In a simple white colored wall, the colors of the flowers stand out and would be a good idea to pick one up that first caught your attention, if you have trouble finding what to buy.
Nicolai Bergmann (Omotesando)
Decorated with art composed of colorful flowers and plants, the relaxing atmosphere of the flower shop, Nicolai Bergmann will make the visitors feel like they have entered a forest. The flower arrangements designed by Danish flower artist Nikolai Bergman can be characterized by sophisticated Scandinavian coolness and innovative pop colors. One side of the connected shop space sells Bergmann’s masterful flower boxes, popular as both gifts and home interior decorations. While the other side is a cafe to enjoy snacks, cakes, coffee and smoothies with a focus on organic ingredients.
All Good Flowers (Aoyama)
Share Green Minami Aoyama is a large open green space that facilitates everything from a cafe to plant shops with a lawn area lined with outdoor chaise longues. In the center of such a place, All Good Flowers sells a selection of flowers, branches, leaves, vases, and other goods with the theme of "comfortable life with flowers". It has become the perfect specialty store for a true urban oasis.
EW.Pharmacy (Yoyogi Park)
Deriving the idea from a compounding medication, dry flower speciality store, Pharmacy (EW.Pharmacy) has invented a new sales method of sealing the flowers in a package to protect them from moisture and insects. After consulting with the florists, customers can create their own original packages by selecting and mixing their favorite dried flowers.
Shujitsu Flower (Yoyogi Uehara)
An at-home flower shop near Yoyogi-Uehara Station, Shujitsu Flower is located under the eaves of the Shujitsu Cafe which is open from morning to evening and Shujitsu One, a bar where customers can drink craft beer until late at night. The florist will ask the customer the purpose of buying the flower and based on that, will select the suitable flowers.
Monceau Fleurs (Ginza)
MONCEAU FLEURS was first opened in Paris in a corner of the apartment facing the Monceau Park. Keeping the same style, this outdoor flower shop located in the event space of "NISHI GINZA" near Exit C4 of Tokyo Metro Ginza Station sells a variety of fresh flowers with a reasonable price. Many casually drop by after work to pick up flowers on their way home before getting on the train.