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Tobu Department Store Ikebukuro Store (東武百貨店池袋店)

Tobu Department Store

This department store directly connected to JR Ikebukuro Station’s West Exit opened in 1962 as the Terminal Department Store and boasts the largest sales space in the Kanto region. With a total of 18 floors including two underground floors and 16 floors above ground, it features shops covering fashion, lifestyle accessories, and toys, and also includes gourmet food, restaurants, a Uniqlo and a fitness studio. One characteristic is that each floor is divided up into 11 avenues. The section from the 11th floor to the 15th floor is full of restaurants, and the five floors have an assortment of cuisines from all over the world.

place

Tokyo Toshima-ku Nishikebukuro 1-1-25 (Ikebukuro / SugamoArea)

phone 0570086102
place

10:00-20:00
(B2-3F, 6F3-7, 9-10F are open until 21:00 every Sunday except Sunday and Public holidays)
* Restaurant Street Spice has different business hours.

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Address
Tokyo Toshima-ku Nishikebukuro 1-1-25 [map]
Area
Ikebukuro / SugamoArea
Phone
0570086102
Hours
10:00-20:00
(B2-3F, 6F3-7, 9-10F are open until 21:00 every Sunday except Sunday and Public holidays)
* Restaurant Street Spice has different business hours.
Closed
Irregular holidays
Parking Lot
Available(About1,000spaces)
Credit Card
Available
Note
[Representative]03-3981-2211

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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