Shopping in Tokyo

Akihabara

Akihabara Electric Town Akihabara has gained a widespread reputation as Japan’s largest area for electronics. Taking advantage of the period of...

Harajuku

  Takeshita Street There has been recent data on TripAdvisor that Harajuku’s Takeshita Street is the number one attraction that tourists...

Shibuya

The appeal of Shibuya Out of all of the areas in Tokyo, Shibuya is the city center with the largest number of young people. A trendy area, it is fill...

Shinjuku

Shinjuku Station Shinjuku Station has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as having the most number of train passengers congregated...

Ginza

Shopping in Ginza Many of the tourists visiting Japan likely want to spend some time shopping. Nestled in Ginza’s central area is the Hattori W...

Yanaka

A temple town since the Edo Era Yanaka is a temple town. For various reasons such as protecting Edo Castle, escaping from fire and quakes, alleviati...

Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo

A paradise for Pokemon fans The original game software was sold in 1996, and since then Pocket Monsters has become a huge sensation around the world...

Ikebukuro

Ikebukuro, a prominent bustling area of Japan Ikebukuro matches up with Shinjuku and Shibuya as a major entertainment area and has come alive as a n...

Roppongi

Notable museums of art on Embassy Row The embassies of every nation dot the surrounding area of Roppongi and there are many stores for foreigners. I...

Shibuya Crossing

The starting line for a tour of Shibuya Shibuya is the youth mecca. And there is a scramble crossing right in front of the entrance that is Shibuya S...

Don Quijote Akihabara

Akihabara, the home of subculture Akihabara once flourished as one of the world’s most prominent electronics districts with shops clustered to...

VenusFort

A large mall with ideal shopping Tokyo’s Odaiba district is a popular tourist area with plenty of facilities to enjoy shopping and dining for...

Omotesando

How Omotesando developed into a trendy area Its origins lay in the opening of an avenue leading to Meiji-Jingu Shrine in 1920. There are a number of...

Yodobashi Akiba

A popular store where lineups can occur on the first selling day of the latest products and popular models  Yodobashi Camera is the largest ele...

Ameyoko(Ameya-Yokochō)

Since there were a lot of stores selling candy there, the area was called “Ame-ya Yokocho” (Candy Store Lane). It was also called “A...

Shibuya Center Gai

The distinct feeling of Shibuya’s Center Gai is a highlight of touring Tokyo   Going from the plaza where the statue of Hachiko stands in fro...

Daiso Harajuku Store

Everything is 100 yen! The joy of coming across a bargain  In Japan, there are 4 major 100-yen shops starting with Daiso and then Can Do, Seria...

Roppongi Hills

Meet here for anything from the observation deck to movies and a hotel Half of the complex is open space. Along with a garden and outdoor space, ther...

Nakano Broadway

Nakano Broadway, the mecca for sub-culture after Akihabara After passing through Sun Mall Shopping Arcade accessible from the north exit of Nakano St...

Kappabashi

How to enjoy Kappabashi There are 170 shops spanning a distance of approximately 800 meters which sell anything having to do with cooking. The West...