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  • 1. Beams

    Harajuku | Clothing

    Harajuku features a cluster of no fewer than 10 Beams stores that provide Japan's younger folk with extremely hip threads. With branches ranging...Read More

  • 2. Comme des Garçons

    Aoyama | Clothing

    Sinuous low walls snake through Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo's flagship store, a minimalist labyrinth that houses the designer's signature...Read More

  • 3. Daikanyama T-Site

    Shibuya-ku | Art Galleries

    This oasis within the metropolis is a calming respite with a Zen garden, trendy terrace eatery, gallery, and, of course, the main business,...Read More

  • 4. Disk Union

    Shinjuku-ku | Music Stores

    Vinyl junkies rejoice. The Shinjuku flagship of this chain sells Latin, rock, and indie at 33 rpm. Be sure to grab a store flyer that lists...Read More

  • 5. Dover Street Market

    Ginza | Clothing

    This multistory fashion playhouse is a shrine to exclusives, one-offs, and other hard-to-find pieces from luxury brands all over the world....Read More

  • 6. Ginza Natsuno

    Aoyama | Household Items/Furniture

    This two-story boutique sells an incredible range of chopsticks, from traditional to pop motifs, and wooden to crystal-encrusted sticks that...Read More

  • 7. Issey Miyake

    Aoyama | Clothing

    The otherworldly creations of internationally renowned brand Issey Miyake are on display at his flagship store in Aoyama, which carries the...Read More

  • 8. Kiddy Land

    Harajuku | Toys

    The Omotesando landmark commonly regarded as Tokyo's best toy store carries the cutest and most kitschy of everyday goods. This is the leader...Read More

  • 9. Marui O1O1

    Shinjuku-ku | Department Stores

    Easily recognized by its red-and-white "O1" logo, Marui burst onto the department store scene in the 1980s by introducing an in-store credit...Read More

  • 10. Matsuya

    Ginza | Department Stores

    On the fourth floor, this gleaming department store houses an excellent selection of Japanese fashion, including Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto...Read More

  • 11. Mikimoto

    Ginza | Jewelry/Accessories

    Kokichi Mikimoto created his technique for cultured pearls in 1893. Since then his name has been associated with the best quality in the industry...Read More

  • 12. Mitsukoshi

    Nihombashi | Department Stores

    Founded in 1673 as a dry-goods store, Mitsukoshi later played one of the leading roles in introducing Western merchandise to Japan. It has retained...Read More

  • 13. Muji

    Ginza | Department Stores

    This chain sells generically branded housewares and clothing at reasonable prices. At the massive Ginza store is a large selection of furniture...Read More

  • 14. Nippon Token

    Roppongi | Specialty Stores

    Aspiring samurai can learn how to tell their toshin (blades) from their tsuka (sword handles) with help from the staff at this small shop...Read More

  • 15. Prada

    Aoyama | Clothing

    This fashion "epicenter," designed by Herzog & de Meuron, is one of the most buzzed-about architectural wonders in the city. Its facade...Read More

  • 16. Tokyu Hands

    Shibuya-ku | Crafts

    This chain carries a wide and varied assortment of goods, including hobby and crafts materials, art supplies, and knitting and sewing materials...Read More

  • 17. Yamada Heiando

    Shibuya-ku | Ceramics/Glassware

    With a spacious, airy layout and lovely lacquerware goods, this fashionable shop is a must for souvenir hunters—and anyone else who appreciates...Read More

  • 18. 2K540 Aki-Oka Artisan

    Akihabara | Local Specialties

    Located in a renovated area under the train tracks just north of Akihabara Station, this hip collection of 50 some artisanal shops is a great...Read More

  • 19. 6% DokiDoki

    Harajuku | Clothing

    If there's one shop that is the epitome of crazy, kawaii (cute) Harajuku fashion, it's this pastel dollhouselike shop on the second floor...Read More

  • 20. Ameyoko Market

    Ueno | Shopping Neighborhoods

    Everything from fresh fish to cheap import clothing is for sale at this bustling warren of side streets between Okachi-machi and Ueno stations...Read More

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