This huge store is Taiwan's leading department store in terms of overall revenue and popularity. It enjoys widespread ... More
SOGO Taipei Store
This huge store is Taiwan's leading department store in terms of overall revenue and popularity. It enjoys widespread name and recognition and is considered a major landmark. Sogo has something for everybody: men's, women's and children's apparel, restaurants and a food court, cosmetics and shoes. The layout is somewhat different than that of a usual shopping mall, but it is really just another version of the same thing.
Sogo is great! there's a whole bunch of stuff ranging from cosmetics to toys and restaraunts. I feel that the SOGo in Taichung is way better than the one in taipei. Because
1.The elevator ladies are much nicer
2.there are5 more floors than the one in taipei (floors include an arcade which is lots of fun)
So if you ever visit Taiwan, drop by the SOGO in Taichung!
Also, the clothes in my opinion are very expensive, for example. My jeans in my homeland only cost $24 but in Taiwan, they cost $70 at SOGO! But other things, such as stationary, are the same price. Such as pencils and stuff. Have fun at SOGO!
My encounter with Sogo department store in Taiwan was an experience that I will never forget. My wife and seven month old child accompanied me. We were there during the Christmas 2005 and New Years of 2006.
This department store was awesome!!! Much better than the ones we have in Toronto, Canada. We had women dressed in red outfits and literally greeted you as you enter the elevators. They greeted you in Japanese!
Lots of goods...from water boilers, knives, clothing (Men, women and children). So much variety...however, after in depth calculations...it was realtively expensive. I guess that Gap is much better here in Toronto!
Love the basement food court. Talk about variety and everything was reasonably priced.
If you are ever in Taiwan, go to Sogo and experience the unique shopping venture and it is sure to amaze you.
When I first arrived at Taipei, Taiwan, I was thinking that this city would have some nice spots that a person could go for some fun on leisure time. When I first stood in front of the Sogo department store in Taipei, watched the clock at the entrance come to life, and looked up in awe at the height of this multi-story department store, my view was assured. From the curtain of air conditioning and the first step inside, my eyes never got a rest. Every floor had something different, for example, the basement had resturants, bakeries, and the like, while the first floor specialized in stores such as lancome (why do they always seem to come from paris?) that sell perfume, etc.. I kept going up and found floors that specialized in almost anything that I could think of. Although some prices seemed a bit steep, for a one stop shop-a-thon and basically fun place to go, Sogo was the store for me.
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