Shopping in Chiyoda

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Shopping in Chiyoda

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  • IvanaSydney2010
    Sydney, Australia296 contributions
    Nicely designed shopping mall at the foot of the JP tower incorporates the former post office and has probably my favourite group of homewares shops at decent prices. You find things here like kitchen supplies, incense from Kyoto, Tokyo design items, night cloths and fashion. No disco music and nice for gentle shopping with no pressure. It’s worth heading up to the garden on the rooftop for views of Tokyo station and also heading to the letter room.
    Written 4 April 2019
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  • Chelsea
    Hong Kong, China205 contributions
    First time visited this large antique market. More than 100 booths and most of them are selling vintage stuff, including accessories, clothing, wooden and ceramic items. Staff are friendly and helpful. The market location was very convenient, just few minutes walk from the JR station.
    Written 24 October 2019
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  • lucycan
    Minneapolis, MN2,949 contributions
    This building has 7 floors of shops and restaurants including a Starbucks on the lowest level. Its directly connected to the Tokyo station which makes it nice if its raining or cold. Lots of options for shopping but mostly geared towards women.
    Written 19 February 2019
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  • Stephenbkk20156
    Okayama Prefecture, Japan712 contributions
    We were looking for somewhere to eat and came across this area. It doesn't feel like Tokyo at all. There really are a lot of bricks. Restaurants with outdoor dining. More like Europe than anywhere else.

    As well as restaurants, there's a really interesting art museum and curio/fashion shops. A good place to hang out, soak up the atmosphere and watch the people go by. Good food, too.

    After examining each of the restaurants, we settled on an Italian one and ate inside. Later, when we emerged, it was dark but the square felt warm and cozy. Almost like Christmas.
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • Puffinman
    Berlin, Germany1,012 contributions
    It is not so easy to find a good restaurant what come close to your taste. This is the one we like. We had a good eating with a perfect service.the restaurant has a fine selection of menus in English language.
    Written 12 April 2019
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  • patrickperbkk
    Perth, Australia1,220 contributions
    One of the busiest train stations in Japan; also, one of the most beautiful train station in Japan. It's also a great shopping centre with Dimaru shopping centre there with the underground shops, cafes and restaurants.
    Since most of the JR lines come to this station, confusion might happen as some areas didn't have enough English signs or some of the signs are not quite clear (unless you are local).
    Written 8 April 2020
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  • goi⋆⸜ ⚘ ⸝⋆
    Taito, Japan1,450 contributions
    TOKYO KOTSU KAIKAN
    Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan is a complex building in Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, which opened in 1995 and and houses stores, offices, and exhibition halls.
    It is famous for its building where people always gather because it is close to Ginza and has antenna shops and famous restaurant where you can line up all over Japan.
    Public institutions such as post offices and passport renewal procedures can also be done here.
    ✼••┈┈••✼••┈┈••✼••┈┈••✼••┈┈••✼
    東京交通会館
    JR有楽町駅徒歩1分
    パスポート申請
    アンテナショップ
    交通会館っていったら
    こんなイメージ🤔
    初めてゆっくり館内を見て周りましたが…
    日本全国各地のアンテナショップが集結🇯🇵
    飲食店もレトロな有名店がずらり( °_° :)!!!
    なんか
    このビル🏢の名物飲食店なのかな?🤔
    交通飯店にはスゴい行列……(。× ×。)
    ちょっと時間がなかったので
    スルーしましたが
    またの機会に食べてみたい…⚆⚆
    また、来る価値有りなレトロビル🏢です
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    Written 26 November 2021
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  • Nigel G
    Singapore, Singapore8,582 contributions
    Great mall with fashion - no international big brands - nice local Japanese. Great selection of eateries especially on level 5 and 6, and spaces to sit down and take a rest. The reason I came here was to take a photo of the Tokyo Railway Station - great outdoor vantage point for photography. There is a furniture decor shop with impressive Japanese designs. Good selection of things to do.
    Written 28 February 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • keyskore
    London, UK48 contributions
    If you want to see the Godzilla statue I can confirm he is alive and well and residing in this district of Tokyo once again.
    Written 9 April 2019
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  • urbantazan
    Japan34 contributions
    Here is quite useful shopping arcade inside of ticket gate at the basement floor at JR Tokyo station but crowded. You can have souvenirs, sweets and bento. I visited Trainiart-Tokyo which specialized in train motif knickknacks to get some souvenirs for a foreign friend. And also I bought sweets for family.
    Written 25 March 2019
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  • Glenn Djangkar
    Jakarta, Indonesia173 contributions
    Went here during our visit to Tokyo. The Yurakucho Marui is a tall-looking building containing a shopping center and an office building though it’s the shopping center that we visited.

    The shopping center is luxurious. It rises 8 storeys tall with each storey being sizeable enough to have sitting areas for the visitors to rest their foot. The brands are high-end ranging from clothing to suitcases. Somehow it’s reminiscent of shopping centers in Singapore.

    At the ground floor there is a Pocky counter with custom-made boxes not found elsewhere.
    Written 5 January 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Alice O
    Bangkok, Thailand196 contributions
    This is my favorite place in Tokyo because it's conveniently located next to Tokyo Station and there is Maruzen.
    Written 13 September 2018
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  • Ed C
    Arlington, VA750 contributions
    Assuming you can pull yourself away from Yodobashi Camera store, the rest of the shopping district is very interesting. There are all kinds of hobbyist electronics and lighting stalls, Anime and Cosplay stores. There were a number of costumed individuals walking the streets advertising one business or another. Unfortunately most of them did not want their picture taken.
    Written 11 June 2018
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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