It depends on what you are looking for.If you are looking for clothes shopping, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Yurakucho/Ginza, Ikebukuro, and Harajuku (for younger generations) are the best places. If you are looking for souvenir, Asakusa, Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Station, would be one of the bests.If you want...
Harajuku is a haven for teenagers and you’ll often see them in groups wearing the same clothes and at times, even have the same hairstyles! Here are 15 interesting things that you can do in Harajuku!
Shopping anime and manga related products are one of the best things to do for anime fans when they are in Japan. Here is a list of the 12 best anime and manga stores in Tokyo!
First of all, it must be inside Tokyo Station. On the main street where most of JR lines leaving Tokyo Station; Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, Keihin Tohoku Line, etc, there few souvenir shops selling products from Tokyo such as Tokyo Banana, etc. Another good place is Haneda Airport. There are two ar...
Below are the places I usually visit:- UNITED ARROWShttp://www.united-arrows.co.jp/index.html- JOURNAL STANDARDhttp://journal-standard.jp/- IENAhttp://iena.jp/- apart by lawryshttp://www.dot-st.com/apartbylowrys/All of the shops above are in popular shopping buildings, such as LUMINE.
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I don't know any particular rental yukata shop in Osaka, but when I rented in Kamakura, it costed ¥4,000 minimum. (The cost depends on which print you choose and what kind of hair you want to set, etc) I think the price is about the same.
Many famous brands are sold in department stores. For example Mitsukoshi and Isetan.If you want to get cheap, it is for example UNIQLO and h&m, zara etc.
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Asakusa was once Tokyo's famous entertainment district and the location of the famous Sensoji Temple. Check these 10 places for shopping in Asakusa.
I guess it might be Harajuku, especially in Takeshita Street. Those are mainly for teenage girls, but sometimes have clothes follow the trend from some hundred yen. Or hit Shibuya and visit fast fashion stores; H&M, Forever21, ZARA, Uniqlo, GAP, etc. Shimamura is another great place to find cheap...
Nihonbashi, located on the eastern side of Tokyo, is one of popular shopping sites to both Japanese locals and tourists. Nihonbashi was one of the biggest commerce districts during Edo period, from early 17th Century to late 19th Century. Because of that, many great historical shops are still le...
Ginza is not only the center of high-end shopping, but it is also where the latest trends from the world over converge with timeless traditions. To make sure that you arrive at this experience when traveling to Ginza, here’s a guide on what to do and what to check out in the area.
There are many coffee shops that are delicious but I thought OBSCURA coffee is delicious.http://obscura-coffee.com/The shop is in Akihabara, Setagaya, Sangenjaya, and Hiroshima.Another recommendation is Cafe Kitsune in Omotesando.http://goodcoffee.me/coffeeshop/cafe-kitsune/Their theme of decor i...
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Do you mean cafe or coffee bean shop?There are many cafes in Tokyo. I like old style cafe called “Jun Kissa (純喫茶)” by Japanese.Almost every area in Tokyo has some Jun Kissa, but my favorite area to go for Jun Kissa is “Jinbocho”.Jimbocho is called as “City of Book”. There are many Jun Kissa, beca...
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BE A LOCAL is a part of Hub Japan’s service to match local Japanese people and tourists from overseas. This is a report of the day local Japanese hosts took guests to Sugamo, Rikugien Garden, and Yanesen. – BE A LOCAL Report 1 – Tour to Ueno, Meiji Shrine, and Harajuku We received a request to
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Shinjuku is full of amazing things to do all of which are great shows of Japanese culture and scenery. It shows both the new and old with Hanazono Shrine being the old to Cat Cafe Calico being the new. There is great scenery at places like Shinjuku Gyoen National Park. There is surely something ...
I hope there is trait by region, so elected are unique to the area. Tokyo, eels and monjya yaki, Soba is recommended. It is, of course, sushi, Tempura, noodles, tasty staple. Especially Kanda near that I like.
Maybe Kappabashi?http://www.kappabashi.or.jp/en/index.htmlKappabashi is the largest kitchenware shopping street, near Asakusa and Ueno. You can find lots of specialty stores selling kitchenwares you've never seen but one of the famous store there is the one selling plastic food samples. 4 shops i...
It is a place that radiates an energy that is born from people with different personalities, interests, and culture. A colorful district that accommodates hundred of thousands of people every single day. Here you’ll find several clubs, cafe’s, pubs, bars, electronic shops and department stores t...
KitKat is one of the most popular snacks here in Japan, too. The most known flavor is chocolate, of course, but there are dozens more of unique KitKat flavors in Japan. Here are some of the flavors you will find around Japan, and don’t be shocked to the flavors!