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Takashimaya Nihombashi Store日本橋高島屋S.C.(日本橋高島屋/日本橋タカシマヤ)

Takashimaya

This long-established department store founded in 1831 in Kyoto began by selling secondhand clothing and cotton goods, and opened its Tokyo store in 1900. After that it relocated to a new building in Nihombashi in 1933, which is the present location. The store features a full range of fashion, interior goods, gourmet foods, and restaurants. In particular, the Takashimaya Watch Maison timepiece corner spanning the first and second floors handles more than 80 brands and boasts the world’s largest assortment. The building which still retains its appearance from the early Showa period is the first department store that has been designated an Important Cultural Property. The closest station is Nihombashi Station.

place

Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 2-4-1

phone 0332114111
place

[Main Bldg/Takashima Watch Maison] 10:30-19:30
[New Bldg] 10:30-20:00
* Part Depending on the store

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Address

Tokyo Chuou-ku Nihombashi 2-4-1 [map]

Phone

0332114111

Hours
[Main Bldg/Takashima Watch Maison] 10:30-19:30
[New Bldg] 10:30-20:00
* Part Depending on the store
Closed
New Year's Day and closed Sunday
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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