Harajuku is known to be particularly colorful and fancy, while Omotesando enjoys a reputation as an upscale shopping street. As such, these two famous Tokyo areas do also have their very own peculiar variety stores offering miscellaneous goods that we don't want you to miss out on! Discover aisles full of adorable, extravagant, and fashionable items!
All the In-Items for Incredible Prices!
The name of this store alone hints at what kind of things await inside: the AWESOME STORE. All of Japan's latest trend items can be purchased here for extremely reasonable prices. Art supplies, designer goods, arts and crafts - all sorts of little treasures are on sale! Most of the things can be had for as little as 200 to 400 yen, and they're not only cheap but also incredibly fashionable. The store, designed in a modern garage-style fashion, also offers antique-looking interior goods, kitchen utensils, and even cosmetics and perfume - we're sure you find something that strikes your fancy!
Omotesando IIDA building 1F/B1F, 5-8-7, Jinguumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
Omotesando Station （Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line / Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line）
3 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-6450-6021
- Address Omotesando IIDA building 1F/B1F, 5-8-7, Jinguumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
High-Quality Interior Goods, Made in Japan
"Colorful & Made in Japan" is the concept of CORAZYs, a store which offers items designed in one of its four main colors: orange, pink, green, and blue. Some of these colorful highlights are the original Arita pottery (1,700 yen per piece). Another one are the high-quality towels (1,600 yen) of Japan's three most famous towel manufacturers: Oboro Towel in Mie, Senshu Towel in Osaka, and Imabari Towel in Ehime. There are a lot of amazing products with excellent quality and design to be found here - and everything's made in Japan.
- Address 5-51-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to 150-0001
Cute, Colorful, and Chic: One-Thousand Items to Choose From!
Featuring over 1,000 individual items for 100 to 300 yen, this miscellaneous goods store called ASOKO has its origin in Osaka. From kitchen goods to stationery, the items come in all kinds of shapes and colors. Whether you like colorful and cute or look for a modern, industrial kind of chic, you're sure to find it here! But be careful - the prices are so incredibly low, you might up buying more stuff than you planned!
ASOKO ASOKO 原宿店
- Address 6-27-8 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to 150-0001
A Spanish-Born Store in Harajuku
Muy Mucho is a store chain from the heart of Barcelona, Spain, and in 2014, the first location in Asia was opened in Tokyo's Harajuku. From interior and kitchen utensils to day to day fahsion accessoires, this shop offers a large selection of trendy and stylish items to fancy up both your outfit as well as your home. As such, it has quickly become a favorite of fashion-forward Tokyoites and is usually rather crowded. An especially popular item is the totebag with the shop's own logo, available for just 324 yen - from adult chic to frilly cute, we're sure you'll find something that you like.
muy mucho ムイ ムーチョ
- Address 1-14-34, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
A Selection of Goods from All Over the World
Rainbow Spectrum sure does live up to its unique name: the selection of goods on the shelves is as colorful and varied as the rainbow itself. The vast majority of these items is available for under 1,000 yen, be it party goods, fashion accessories, or household items. Each and every one of them comes in a unique and colorful design, making the choice a particularly hard one. The shop even sells a lot of original goods that you won't be able to find anywhere else. The cosmetics, such as mascara and lip gloss, as well as the interior design goods are particularly popular and make for excellent souvenirs!
Rainbow Spectrum Rainbow Spectrum 渋谷店
- Address 5-29-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to 150-0001
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