Shopping in Tokyo

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  • Peter N
    Bethesda, MD81 contributions
    This was an awesome experience that I will definitely come back too. The LED light room really sent me for a trip and had captured my attention and kept me in a trance for a solid 15 minutes. I high recommend this spot for anyone visiting Tokyo for the first time.
    Written 17 April 2022
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  • Ruangsak R
    Bangkok, Thailand393 contributions
    this place is famous for tourists to come for eating and shopping street. you can find everything from here. it like as china town of Tokyo. but the price of goods, you need to check. some times it is not cheapest price you can get it, but if you don't mind, it is ok. if you like shopping and eating, i suggest to stay here but if you stay other areas, you need to spare time for 3-5 hours to walk around.
    Written 13 May 2020
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  • Keren C
    Phuket, Thailand1,233 contributions
    Took a little walk before dinner at Union Square. Many high-end stores and good supermarket in the basement. Also like to speciality store that sell sauce and hot pot broth base in B1. Nice place to walk around and have a meal. But not cheap at all!
    Written 16 November 2019
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  • Troy F
    Nakano, Japan3 contributions
    Nakano Broadway is snapshot of Tokyo before the bubble.
    Mandrake has multiple storefronts in the building specializing in the resale of pop culture collectibles, but along the edges an in the corners, you can see smaller businesses ranging from purveyors of doll parts to snack bars to shuttered spaces from back when having enough money
    Written 21 May 2020
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  • StripeyMiata
    Lisburn, UK765 contributions
    Massive shopping centre with a big robot. Hard to beat. Oh, lets only 63 characters so here is some filler.
    Written 30 June 2020
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  • Vhalerie Lee
    Singapore, Singapore295 contributions
    I always stop by this mall after a nice walk at Shinjuku Gyoen. The food hall is great and of course shopping
    Written 27 February 2020
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  • Japan Travel Diaries
    Tokyo, Japan3 contributions
    Ginza six is an awesome place to explore modern Tokyo. Lovely place with lots of option to go through .
    Written 4 June 2020
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  • juhni
    Tokyo, Japan5 contributions
    One of the Best stores in Ginza area
    You will - definitely - find all your requirements. Most of the brands are there. Also Japanese products are so lovely. Tax refund will be given back in the department itself, before you leave. Staff is well experienced. Spending lots of money is guaranteed !!! the store is very near to the train station.
    Written 9 November 2020
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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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  • wesleywaisiu
    Singapore, Singapore2,257 contributions
    This shopping mall is right at the bottom of Tokyo Sky Tree. It has an aquarium and museum inside, also have a lot of restaurant. The food court in the middle of the mall is nice as well.
    Written 12 March 2020
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  • joehebda
    Pasadena, MD299 contributions
    There are many wonderful restaurants, shops, bars, and clubs in Roppongi. This area is full of life 24/7.
    Written 15 February 2020
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  • Raymond
    Los Angeles, CA718 contributions
    This is what you think about when coming to Tokyo.
    Crowded streets with quirky shopping.
    It’s a crowded place but have so much to offer! Good thing we decided to go later at night.
    Do drop by this street for souvenir, it’s cheaper and have so many choices!
    Written 7 October 2020
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  • buttercup1211
    Winnipeg, Canada1,593 contributions
    The variety of food in their food hall will make your mouth water, particularly the cakes and pastries. There was so much food I could spend hours just looking at them! Definitely a feast for the eyes! There was also a Tokyu Hands inside the mall so that was nice, although it isn’t as big as the regular standalone ones. I also bought a Shu Uemura lash curler here but it turns out it was way cheaper at Narita Airport.
    Written 22 December 2019
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  • N_and_R
    Fishers, IN418 contributions
    We visited the Ebisu Garden Place to look at the holiday illuminations. It looked like the place was relatively busy, especially the restaurants on the top of the tower, even on a Thursday evening. The entire complex is rather large, and the brick? paved outdoor areas were pleasantly and tastefully decorated and illuminated mainly with white lights. There was a huge Baccarat chandelier enclosed inside glass that kept changing colors. The buildings surrounding the walkways are very European-looking, and that added to the entire ambience. The huge Christmas tree at the end of the walkway was brightly lit with colorful lights, and there appeared to be a bunch of now-ubiquitous Christmas-market stalls surrounding it, though they were not open when we were there (early December on a weeknight). This was definitely much more low-key than the other holiday illumination venues in Tokyo, and we actually enjoyed it.
    Written 14 December 2019
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  • Samantha C
    8 contributions
    Like many others said, the name "cat" street might be misleading of what the street consists of. There are many cute boutique stores and snacks, but no cats in sight.
    Written 24 February 2020
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