Here are the most popular Clothing Stores in Harajuku, according to leading travel website Live Japan! Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in the past month. Be sure to add them to your Japan travel plan when you visit Harajuku!
1.AMORE Vintage omotesandou
The Omotesando branch exclusively stocks vintage Chanel, with over 1,000 items including bags and accessories. AMORE Wardrobe has also opened nearby, offering vintage Chanel apparel and shoes. Our vintage shops deal exclusively in the world’s rarest Chanel goods. We offer a special space with a wide selection of items ranging from classics to the hard-to-find.
2.WOODEN DOLL Takeshita Street store
Our shop is almost overflowing with clothes and accessories that are composed of a blend of styles unique to Takeshita Street, focusing on the latest fashion trends – please come and have a look!
Our shop provides customers with beauty that never goes out of style, and even works for different generations.
Browse our lineup of items that have qualities of essential beauty at this accessory shop that fuses old and new.
Fashion changes, but style endures.
We hope our shop will be able to provide you with an opportunity to make new discoveries about yourself while at the same time remaining true to your current style.
4.CONOMi Harajuku store
Do you know about Japanese uniform fashion?
The uniforms Japanese students wear for school are catching on around the globe as they look super cute.
CONOMi, a hit uniform fashion brand in Tokyo's Harajuku district, attracts customers from around the world on top of Japanese customers!
Besides the shop in Harajuku, Tokyo, you can find their outlets in Osaka, Nagano, and Niigata.
You can create your own uniform style with our wide variety of colors and different types of accessories.
Try sailor style, blazer style, knit style and more for all kinds of uniform outfits!
Why not try Japan's unique uniforms worn in TV dramas and films by Japanese idols and by highschoolers?
LAFORET HARAJUKU is located in Harajuku, the capital of youth trends in Tokyo. There are some 140 shops and cafés selling the latest fashion items and accessories, gadgets, books and CDs. Many people flock here on the first business day of the new year to purchase lucky bags. The shops are on floors 1.5 below-ground to the 5th floor aboveground and LAFORET MUSEUM is on the (top) sixth floor. Fashion-related events featuring music, photography and design are held here regularly. A five-minute walk from the Omotesando Exit of JR Harajuku Station, and a one-minute walk from the No. 5 Exit of Meiji-jingumae (Harajuku) Station on the Tokyou Metro Chiyoda Line.
6.DECOUVERTE Aoyama store
These guys have accumulated top-quality brand name goods from years past, masterful products with unique value only known by few, and much more from various locations in Japan and around the world to make their beauty available to you.
Simply holding their items in your hands will give you a sense of their history, while allowing you to discover a new part of yourself.
7.AMORE Vintage aoyama
Amore makes it into 7th place too!
Japan’s most exclusive vintage shop offering a wide selection of luxury brands including HERMES, GUCCI, Louis Vuitton, CELINE, Ferragamo, YSL, and Dior. We stock bags, apparel, accessories, and shoes. Our store is a dreamlike space offering the opportunity to get your hands on rare items that would normally be impossible to find.
8.Maker's Watch Knot Omotesando Gallery Shop
”Knotting Japan to the world through Japanese quality.”
At Maker's Watch Knot, it is our aim to provide custom-order watches that anyone in the world can purchase at a reasonable price, boasting super design and quality made in Japan. Our brand was born from this vision.
You can custom-order a watch from more than 15,000 different types of combinations. In the same way that you coordinate your shirt and your tie, you can easily customize your watch and strap to suit your clothing or mood. We are able to sell our high-quality watches at one-third of the market price by eliminating unnecessary costs.
Come and visit our gallery shop, where you can use real samples and enjoy custom-ordering.
Maker's Watch Knot Omotesando Gallery ShopMaker’s Watch Knot 表参道ギャラリーショップ
Espace Omotesando 1F, 4-21-7 Jingumae, 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 03-6447-0670
- Address Espace Omotesando 1F, 4-21-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
9.KOH’S LICK CURRO
At Koh's Lick Curro, a new type of luxury store, they always provide patrons with new discoveries and an uplifting feeling, and do not merely follow the trends of the times. As an international fashion hub, our selection of clothing features items from Europe, Asia, the US, Japan and more. We can suggest looks for you that fit with your individuality.
Their store is based on the concept of ”enjoying every genre” of fashion. The selection of clothing items offered at the store is a combination of the renowned maison fashion brands and new up-and-coming brands, including a variety of Japanese brands from various styles of fashion. In total they carry over 50 brands. You're sure to discover something new when you visit asthey have a wide range of styles on offer including streetwear, casualwear, mode, and feminine styles.
The leading active and lifestyle brand ROXY opened its first Japanese brand store ROXY TOKYO in Harajuku's Cat Street on May 25, 2019.
The store stocks products that complement the style of the Harajuku and Shibuya area, including limited-edition collaboration products and original limited-edition products. The ROXY brand first began in 1990, focused on surf casual wear such as swimwear and board shorts, and now has a varied lineup ranging from snow wear and fitness wear to shoes.
ROXY TOKYO has the newest brand items and a global atmosphere.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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