Open Hours: 10pm-6pm daily (restaurants open late).
This tree-lined avenue is the venue of haute couturiers from Paul Stewart to Hanae Mori, European-style cafes with French ... More
This tree-lined avenue is the venue of haute couturiers from Paul Stewart to Hanae Mori, European-style cafes with French sounding names and streetside hawkers selling- everything from Mexican silver to hand-painted porcelain. At the bottom of the hill at the Meiji Street crossing you will find Condomania, The Gap and the fashion emporium La Foret. This area is where the rich and beautiful walk their expensive designer dogs. Think Channel, Yves St. Laurent, Emporio Armani and the like
omote sando is very unique and is one of those places you just HAVE to go while you´re in tokio.there are many expensive shops,louis vuitton,dior etc.,but if you go just a little bit down the street you will find some cheaper shops with lots of really nice stuff.still,if you want to buy some typicall japanese things i wouldn´t say this is the right street,you should try asakusa.still,this is one of my favourite places in tokio..
Shopping galore! This is the Rodeo Drive of Tokyo. Beautiful Zelkova trees line the streets. 2 blocks from the Gap and around the corner from Wendy's is an amazing jewelry store called Bizarre. A definite MUST SEE!
Where you will find all the fashion in Milan and Paris around you in Omote Sando, You will also find many art galleries and shops around, The Ohara Ikebana school is just round the corner!! And there are also heaps of art supplies shop for Ikebana, Tea ceremony etc... etc....
You'll have to sell your Granny in order to afford any of the items for sale in most of the shops here in Omotosando. Known locally as the 'boulivard' it boasts shops like Chanel, Tods, Prada and the likes. One shop that is actually worth a visit it Oriental Bazzar which sells many Japanese gifts, furniture and general knick-knacks. Top-tip - Oriental Bazzar is closed on a Thursday. There is a Pizza Express on the Meji Dori side of the Omotosando crossing which has a very modestly priced set lunch during the week. Avoid this area on a Sat or Sun unless your really like the crowd-buzz.