Right down the street from Studio Alta, Shinjuku's famous rendezvous point, Kinokuniya's main store has a large ... More
Kinokuniya Shinjuku Main Store
Right down the street from Studio Alta, Shinjuku's famous rendezvous point, Kinokuniya's main store has a large selection of books on Japanese art and an entertaining collection of English travel guides and books about Tokyo and Japan. The bulk of the English books have been moved to the Takashimaya Times Square store about five minutes away. You can order anything you can't find on the shelves through their in-store online bookshop.
First opened in the Edo period as a kimono and accessories shop, Mitsukoshi is the oldest surviving department store in
Japan. Despite its European influences, Mitsukoshi still reveres its Japanese traditions and retains the finest quality houseware, laquerware, kimono ...
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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