10 Best Places to Shop in Tokyo. All the Shopping Districts You Need to Know in 2022!

10 Best Places to Shop in Tokyo. All the Shopping Districts You Need to Know in 2022!

One thing we cannot deny is that Japan is a leader in many aspects, and that includes fashion and trends. Tokyo is definitely the “it” place for all fashion enthusiasts. Whether you enjoy department-store browsing or hunting for second-hand treasures, Tokyo will not disappoint.

          There are plenty of spots to hunt for your shopping needs, from youth fashion to high tech devices, we have compiled a detailed list of the Best Places to Shop in Tokyo. 




1. Shibuya 109, Shibuya


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Shibuya 109 is a symbol of Shibuya in itself, it is fun, vibrant, and most definitely crowded! It is about a 3-minute walk from the Hachiko exit of Shibuya station. A place where you can find all young teen fashion and accessories, with over 120 shops stretched across 10 floors. It is also a popular hangout area for many high school kids with various restaurants surrounding it!




2. Shibuya Scramble Square, Shibuya


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Shibuya Scramble Square shopping complex has a direct entrance from Shibuya station, making it quite a busy spot during peak hours. It is a complex facility with shops, restaurants, offices, and many more. The highlight of this place is the view from the observation facility called "SHIBUYA SKY", which is located about 230m above the ground. A stunning spot where the view of Tokyo night lights come to life.




3. Laforet Harajuku, Harajuku


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Laforet is a department store in Harajuku, it is about a 5-minute walk from Omotesando subway station. Laforet is the beating heart of Harajuku youth fashion, where you can find almost anything youth fashion related. It is located in a location that has become a favourite hangout spot for many teens and high school kids. Laforet is packed with clothing and culture stores to suit all your trendy shopping needs.




4. Takeshita Street, Harajuku


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Takeshita Street is the symbol of Tokyo, one of the busiest and brightest shopping streets in the city, with everything you could ever want, and plenty you don’t need! Takeshita Street holds the reputation of being a trendy, fashionable and lively area of Tokyo. It is filled with many independent stores, and the style of clothing varies depending on where you go, it is the charm of Takeshita Street! The street caters towards almost any fashion trend!




5. NEWomen, Shinjuku


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NEWomen is another shopping center that is also directly connected to Shinjuku Station, it is predominately filled with women’s fashion stores, from clothing to accessories. It’s a mix of fashion boutiques, food shops, cafes, bakeries, and restaurants, but it also has some stunning views of the south side of Shinjuku as trains are coming into the station. There are also over 40 shops offering tax-free shopping!




6. LUMINE Shinjuku, Shinjuku


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Lumine Shinjuku is a department store located 1 minute walk from the Shinjuku Station South Exit. It is a place where you can enjoy shopping and gourmet Japanese cuisine. It includes over 220 shops selling fashion goods, cosmetics, and lifestyle products. Additionally, the flagship stores of many well-known brands can be found at Lumine.




7. KITTE, Tokyo


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KITTE is a chic shopping complex with a focus on Japanese aesthetics and cuisine. It is located at the JR exit of Tokyo Station; it is a retail and office facility located at the former Tokyo Central Post Office. With a wide variety of shopping and dining establishments, KITTE is also home to one of the museums with unique exhibits in Tokyo.




8. Roppongi Hills, Roppongi


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Roppongi Hills is described as a city within the city, it is a building complex featuring offices, apartments, shops, restaurants, a hotel, an art museum, observation deck and many more. The office floors are where several leading IT and finance companies’ offices are located, it is definitely a busy spot, especially during lunch time! You can be sure to find countless numbers of delicious restaurants and fashion boutiques to spend your afternoon there.




9. Tokyo Solamachi, Oshiage


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This is a large shopping complex located at the base of Tokyo Skytree, it boasts over 300 shops and restaurants, and would be well worth a visit in itself. Not only fashion wears, but Tokyo Solamachi also offer many unique establishments specialised in goods such as salt from across Japan and other traditional Tokyo craft stores. This is a great place to visit if you are looking to purchase souvenirs and gifts, as there is an entire floor dedicated to souvenir shops offering character goods, Japanese interior design and snacks.




10. DiverCity Tokyo, Odaiba

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DiverCity Tokyo is about a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line. Visitors are welcomed by the life-sized Unicorn Gundam statue at the Festival Plaza, which is a symbol of DiverCity Tokyo! It has several authentic Japanese restaurants and convenient access to transportation. If you are looking for something interesting to do, DiverCity is a fun new destination in Tokyo for overseas visitors to stop by!











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