Stocked up with denims, khakis, knits, T-shirts, sweatshirts and so forth, Gap is the king of American casual and has quite a ... More
Stocked up with denims, khakis, knits, T-shirts, sweatshirts and so forth, Gap is the king of American casual and has quite a following in Japan. It might seem a little "unextraordinary" after a trip to Harajuku or Omotesando, but the goods are quality made, reasonably priced and, above all, available in a more foreigner-friendly range of sizes. Especially good if you are after larger sized casual men's wear, which to find in Japan can be quite a mission.
Ichinoyu is a charming inn situated just off the old Tokkaido Road. Established over years ago, it was once visited
by the Shogun himself. The same family has owned the inn for 15 generations. The oldest rooms in the ...
Ameyoko is a vibrant, bustling area that sells all sorts of consumer perishables as well as shoes and apparel. Here
you can find everything from discounted Levi jeans to seaweed, hair cream to hats and quails' eggs to umbrellas. ...
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