Shopping in Tokyo can be a fun experience when you first arrive. However, when its time to buy things such as clothing, food, or even shoes, things become a bit more complicated. Finding a store with clothing or shoes that fit or finding your favorite food at the store may seem impossible. Luckily, there are stores and shops in Tokyo that can easily accommodate you and your needs.
Below are various shopping destinations in Tokyo to meet your needs such as everyday shopping, buying souvenirs at the time of returning a home country, international supermarkets, online stores selling international groceries, plus-sized clothing and shoe stores for western people, outlet shopping malls, and more.
For cooking and baking enthusiasts, Kappabashi Street in Tokyo is a mecca of the best in Japanese kitchenware. With a history dating back over a century and a commitment to maintaining the highest standards of craftsmanship, the culinary landmark is a fascinating place to visit, even for those with…Read more
Amazon Japan offers a variety of services for domestic customers in Japan, including shopping, unique delivery options, Amazon Fresh, Prime Video, and Amazon Music Unlimited. Amazon Japan has an option to display pages in English. Keep reading to find out how to get the most out of your Amazon Japa…Read more
Anyone who has spent any considerable time in Japan knows how daunting it can be to find clothing stores that carry their size. This is especially true if you require a larger size by Western standards. Even in one’s own native country, the process can prove to be challenging. When you add to that…Read more
Since the penetration rates of the My number cards are still low in Japan, the Japanese government has decided to cooperate with cashless payment operators in oder to incentivize people to obtain their My Number Cards. The government is currently running a campaign until the end of March 2021. The…Read more
Having a bicycle in Tokyo is convenient when you need to get somewhere that’s a little far to walk, to do some shopping, or to bring your child to and from school. In this article is some basic information about where to buy new, used, and electrically assisted bicycles, the rules to follow when ri…Read more
While Japan is still considered a cash-based country, the Japanese government has set a goal of increasing its cashless payment usage rate to 40% by the year 2025. In this article, you can learn about Japanese Prepaid Cards (including IC Cards), Debit Cards, and Mobile Payment Methods.Read more
If you are new to Tokyo, you may have noticed that most Japanese grocery stores and supermarkets have a very limited selection of items that may be common in your home country. As the food labels are usually in Japanese, it can be quite challenging to figure out what a particular food item is if yo…Read more
You need to set up your new home, or you want to add some local flavor to your own furnishings, but your house or apartment is typical of Tokyo and a little on the cosy side - and perhaps a touch plain too. There’s no need to sweat the small stuff, though: there are plenty of useful, space-savvy hou…Read more
The denizens of the Tokyo metropolis are some of the best-dressed in the world. Regardless of age, people in Japan don’t leave the house looking anything but professional–from school kids in uniform blazers and job-seeking university students in their “new recruit” suits, to office ladies in pencil…Read more
If you’ve arrived in Tokyo without any furniture, no need to worry. Not only is it easy to find what you need, you’ll also be surprised by some of the design solutions available here. Whether you want purely functional items at a low price, or you’re hoping to discover something uniquely Japanese,…Read more
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