Tokyu Hands, Shibuya branch

The huge home center with all of your household needs

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The store is filled with a lineup that includes outdoor goods, craft supplies, and other goods and equipment. It is focused on household products but there are also handicraft workshops where you can easily try your hand at making something.
Business Hours
Saturday ( 10:0 AM ~ 9:0 AM )
Sunday ( 10:0 AM ~ 9:0 AM )
Weekdays ( 10:0 AM ~ 9:0 AM )

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12-18 Udagawachō Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō
(03) 5489-5111

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Everything from craft goods to innovative products

At the Shibuya branch of Tokyu Hands, there is a huge lineup of products. Beginning with the most indispensable supplies and equipment for the most recently popular DIY projects, there are seasonal products along with everyday goods such as lunch boxes on display, so that it is a huge household goods store that literally has everything. Floor B2 has bicycles and bicycle parts while B2C is an event space. On floors B1A, B1B and B1C, the essential equipment, materials and paints for your do-it-yourself projects are available to support you. On the 1st floor, there are outdoor goods, travel products, stationery supplies, suitcases and tents and other useful items. The 2nd floor has a variety of wrapping supplies, many kinds of cute seals only available in Japan, and postcards, along with cosmetics and other beauty products for your body, hair and face. Floors 3 to 5 sell products for your home life such as kitchen and interior goods. Also on the 5th floor, there are cellphone accessories, pictures and frames, and craft supplies. On the 6th floor, which has games, party goods including costumes, and handicraft supplies, there is a pet area where pet supplies, small animals and small tropical fish can be purchased.

HINT7 where you can obtain tips on handicrafts

At HINT7 on the 7th floor, there is a Hands Gallery Market where professional and amateur creators display their works for a limited time, a self-service café, a Science Space for displays of succulent plants and science supplies, and workshops of various genres. For people who just love working with their hands, this is a fully-equipped place for useful information on widening their projects and collecting ideas.

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8 years ago
The best store in Tokyo, Hands down!
I love visiting Tokyu Hands, but for whatever reason, the Shibuya branch is the best. A bigger shop with more floors, more sections, and more cool and crazy gifts, Tokyu Hands in Shibuya is the perfect place to explore weird Japanese toys, seek out strange English translations, and enjoy seasonal shopping (right now there is a huge section for Halloween costumes).
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