Large-size shoes for foreigners - Where to find them in Tokyo
Poste date: Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Tokyo is one of the leading fashion capitals with many popular and fashionable shoe stores.
Although you will find plenty of good quality shoes in stores, many foreigners have a difficult time finding shoes that can fit them. Westerns tend to have bigger feet than Japanese people. Shoes that are over 25 centimeters for women and over 28 centimeters for men will be very challenging to find in shoe stores.
The size unit for shoes in Japan is centimeters (cm). Not many countries use this unit but it is easy to understand as it only indicates the length of the shoe.
Here we show you a chart of different shoe sizes for different countries and introduce you to shoe stores which sale large-shoes.
Ladies shoe size in each counties
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