Here are the most popular Gift Shops 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!
This beloved select shop in Harajuku specializes in character goods and popular and kawaii products.
Japanese arts, crafts, and T-shirts can be purchased here at low prices.
Shop-exclusive goods are also available.
We hope you'll stop by when you're in Japan.
Our shop is just a 3-minute walk from the JR Harajuku Station, located in the back of the Le Ponte Building.
2.Beyond Vape Japan Harajuku
Beyond Vape Japan Harajuku is conveniently located, at just a 6-minute walk from Harajuku Station Omotesando Exit, or a 2-minute walk from Meiji-jingumae Station Exit 4. This is the Tokyo branch of Beyond Vape, manufacturer of e-liquid and vaporizers, which has 14 vape shops on the east and west coasts of the United States.
From e-liquid to devices, accessories, and more, we produce our own line of vape-related items, which are sold at our Harajuku branch to increase recognition of vape culture and vapor products in Japan.
Inside our store, customers can try vaping while relaxing at the vape counter, try out the RBA coil rebuilding workshop booth, and enjoy vaping in the relaxation space which has a café-style atmosphere. Recently we’ve been seeing a large number of international tourists in our shop, so we hope you’ll stop by.
Beyond Vape Japan HarajukuBeyond Vape Japan Harajuku
MS Building 1F, 6-7-16 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
Harajuku Station （JR Yamanote Line）
6 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-3406-3494
- Address MS Building 1F, 6-7-16 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
This store located in Harajuku overflows with a Japanese ambiance with its external appearance of a Shinto shrine and offers Japanese crafts, traditional Japanese items, antiques and more. It sells a wide range of products from keyrings of kimono-clad popular characters to antique Japanese furniture. In the basement are souvenir products, kimono garments, and T-shirts; on the first floor are tableware and traditional Japanese items; and on the second floor are products such as second-hand kimono, Japanese furniture, used goods, and traditional crafts displayed by product in each section. Not only souvenirs but a diverse range of goods such as rare one-of-a-kind antiques, armors, folding screens, and imari Japanese porcelain are also for sale. All products can be shipped overseas, and there are English-speaking staff members on every floor. It is a five-minute walk from the Omotesando Station on the Tokyo Metro Lines or also a five-minute walk from the JR Harajuku Station.
4.Omotesando Niigatakan N'ESPACE
A one-minute walk from Omotesando Station. In addition to selling around 1,500 products from Niigata, including rice and sake from this top tier rice producing prefecture in Japan, we also offer restaurants that use Niigata-produced ingredients, as well as a tourist information center.
1st Floor: Niigata Shokurakuen Shop
Packed with delicious Niigata foods! In addition to products such as rice, local sake, and rice confectionaries, we also sell fresh vegetables and rice balls made from Niigata Koshihikari rice.
1st Floor: Niigata no Aji Seiko-an Traditional Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki Style Restaurant (multi-course)
Enjoy sumptuous seasonal Niigata cuisine, such as fresh seafood and mountain vegetables, in a tranquil Japanese atmosphere at one of our heated kotatsu tables or grill-counter seats.
Basement floor 1: Niigata Shokurakuen Restaurant
Enjoy reasonably priced meals at lunchtime and Niigata specialties that go perfectly with local sakes in the evening.
2nd Floor: Niigata Tourist Center
We introduce spots where you can enjoy each of the four seasons in Niigata, including cherry blossoms in spring, fireworks in summer, leaves changing color in the fall and skiing in winter.
*Business hours differ between stores. Please enquire for details.
5.Colombin Harajuku Salon
Colombin’s founder Kuniteru Kadokura, used genuine French sweet making techniques to introduce authentic western sweets to Japan, establishing the shop’s reputation as a historic sweet producer.
In 1931, Colombin opened a salon in Ginza’s sixth district that had a ceiling decorated with a painting by master painter Tsuguharu Fujita, and the salon was visited by many important literary figures. It even makes an appearance in Junichiro Tanizaki’s novel “The Makioka Sisters”.
Today, it is said that shortcake, a cake seen in Japan as the representative western cake, was devised based on Kuniteru Kadokura’s knowledge, experience, and the techniques he learnt in France.
We have an apiary on the roof of our Harajuku store, and we use the home-made honey produced by this in our “Harajuku Honey Pudding”. We also have a range of other sweets that will get people talking, including “Harajuku baked Chocolat”, a popular gift to take home from Tokyo; “Harajuku Roll”, a cake roll filled to the brim with fresh cream; the enduringly popular lightly-baked cookies “Merveille”; and our cookie selection “Four Sec”.
Colombin Harajuku Salonコロンバン 原宿本店サロン
6-31-19, Jinguumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
Meiji-Jingumae (Harajuku) Station （Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line / Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line）
1 minute on foot
- Phone Number 03-3400-3838
- Address 6-31-19, Jinguumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
6.Ginza Natsuno Aoyama Shop
When you visit our shop, look forward to being greeted by two cute cats at the entrance.
Ginza Natsuno is located on the first floor, and is one of the largest chopsticks specialty shops in Japan featuring chopsticks from all throughout the country. Duck through the shop curtain and be dazzled by our stock of over 3,000 types of chopsticks and around 1,000 chopstick rests. Shoppers can browse all of our chopsticks including dishwasher safe chopsticks, collapsible portable chopsticks, as well as a variety of chopsticks crafted with traditional Japanese techniques from precious woods and carefully finished with lacquer. Chopsticks don't take up much space and are lightweight, making them a recommended souvenir of your trip to Japan.
Our shop is also filled with an assortment of traditional crafts, ceramics, lacquerware, and items made from glass, as well as tin, copper and other metals.
We also have an abundant amount of original products that can only be purchased here, and that make great souvenirs.
We also offer a very popular service for printing names on chopsticks, and gift wrapping with traditional Japanese furoshiki wrapping cloth is available.
On the second floor is Konatsu, a shop offering kids' chopsticks and Japanese tableware. This shop is based on the concept of providing kids with ”real” tableware, and sells Yamanaka lacquerware and Arita-yaki ceramics. These items are highly popular as gifts for new parents.
Don't forget to check out the ”Utsuwa Gallery Mon” in the courtyard, which features many items created by artists.
Aoyama Natsuno R Building 1F, 4-2-17, Jinguumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
Omotesando Station （Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line / Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line）
5 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-3403-6033
- Address Aoyama Natsuno R Building 1F, 4-2-17, Jinguumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
7.Sugahara Shop Aoyama
The flagship of Sghr. With glass and mirrors everywhere, you can enjoy our glassware carefully created by our craftsmen in our Kujukurimachi, atelier in Chiba Prefecture. So that you can feel the warmth and quality of glass right before your very eyes, we’ve set up Sghr Sugahara Shops in several locations.
Our online shop is also available for those unable to reach our shops easily. Beside our Aoyama location, we’ve set up Sghr Café, where you can enjoy food, sweets and drinks in Sghr glassware.
We look forward to seeing you!
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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