Shinagawa is a great place to find fashion boutiques that showcase the latest trends both local and abroad. There are also plenty of shopping malls that have unique and original stores that display themes that you can find nowhere else in the city.
There are plenty of hidden gems that are waiting to be uncovered in the busy streets of the city. Shopping enthusiasts will go “gaga” on discounts and special sales that happen on a seasonal basis. So make sure to ask some of your friends to accompany you and shop at the 10 best shopping places in Shinagawa.
1. Shinagawa Prince Hotel
Shinagawa Prince Hotel holds many surprises for those who are planning to stay in their accommodations. Where can you find a hotel that has their own bowling alley? Or better yet, their own shopping mall within its premises? Guests can freely explore these shops and choose the things that caught their fancy. Shop to your hearts content and enjoy your stay at Shinagawa Prince Hotel.
Address: 4-10-30 Takanawa, Minato 108-8611, Tokyo
Website: http://www.princehotels.co.jp/shinagawa/shopping/ (Japanese Only)
2. ecute Shinagawa
Ecute Shinagawa is conveniently located in the Shinagawa train station. After you get off the train, you can drop by to eat at their restaurants or buy a few things before you continue your journey. It has two floors with unique and original shops like bakeries, bentos (lunch box), accessories and flower shop.
Address: Inside JR Shinagawa Station, 3-26-27 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Website: https://www.ecute.jp/shinagawa/ (Japanese Only)
3. ecute Shinagawa South
Ecute Shinagawa South is an extension of ecute that is found in the southern area of the Shinagawa train station. Here you’ll find cafes, bookstore, restaurants, Uniqlo and other original shops. You can only access it if you’re already inside the station. If you haven’t been there, it might be a great idea to check it out before going out of the station.
Address: JR Shinagawa Station, 3-26-27 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Website: https://www.ecute.jp/shinagawasouth (Japanese Only)
4. Wing Takanawa
Wing Takanawa is a very convenient shopping mall just outside the Shinagawa train station. It has four floors that houses several restaurants, cafes, fashion shops, boutiques, supermarket, bakery etc. Taking advantage of the supermarket will save you a bit since it’s cheaper compared to the other specialty stores that sells food and snacks in Shinagawa area. So stop by here if you’re not in a hurry. Buy a few snacks before heading back home.
Address: 4-10-18 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Website: http://www.wing-net.ne.jp/takanawa/ (Japanese Only)
5. atre Shinagawa
Although atre Shinagawa only has three floors, its accessibility from the Shinagawa train station makes it a great place to dine, do a bit of shopping and buy a few souvenirs. Located on the east side of Shinagawa station, this small department store adds a bit of flair to those looking for a place to shop near the station.
Address: 2-18-1 Konan, Minato 108-0075, Tokyo
Website: http://www.atre.co.jp/store/shinagawa (Japanese Only)
6. Queen’s Isetan
Queen’s Isetan is found on the third floor of “atre Shinagawa”. You can consider it as an upscale grocery store where you can buy boxed lunches and other prepared foods at your leisure. They also have foreign and Japanese luxury items like chocolates from Germany and France that you won’t easily find in Shinagawa.
Address: 2-18-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
7. SHINAGAWA GOOS
SHINAGAWA GOOS is a hotel that is near the Shinagawa train station. Due to its proximity to the station, it is surrounded by shops, restaurants, cafes and other unique stores in the area. A convenient place to stay if you’re planning to spend a few days in Shinagawa.
Address: 3-13-3, Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Website: http://www.shinagawagoos.com (Japanese only)
8. Kitashinagawa Shopping Street
Kitashinagawa shopping street may not be the most extensive shopping street in Tokyo, but it’s still a favorite shopping street with the locals in the area. Strolling in this shopping street is quite relaxing and will allow you to visit the stores that strike your interest. Though it’s quite quaint, the traditional Japanese atmosphere can be felt in Kitashinagawa shopping street.
Address: Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa 140-0001, Tokyo
Website: http://k-shina.com (Japanese Only)
9. Togoshi Ginza Shopping Street
Togoshi Ginza shopping street is one of the longest shopping streets in Tokyo. It also has its very own mascot named Togoshi Ginjiro or simply Gin-chan. This is one of those interesting places in Shinagawa that you have to visit at least once. They sell anything and everything. With so many stores to choose from, it would be best to go there frequently to check all the things that they have to offer.
Address: 3 Chome-1-18 Togoshi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
10. Yamada Denki LABI Shinagawa Oi-machi
Yamada Denki Labi Shinagawa is a tax-free electronics store in Shinagawa. They have a wide variety of electronic and household items. They also have cosmetics, consumables and other products for daily use. It is also known as one of the biggest duty-free franchise in Japan.
Address: 20-1 Higashi-oi 5-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
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Data is as of May 2018
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