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TORQUE Shinjuku LUMINE EST Store
A specialist watch store handling a range of popular watches, including Japanese brands such as SEIKO, CITIZEN, CASIO (G-SHOCK) and current hot brands such as KLASSE14 and Skagen, the latest smartwatches, and comfortable casual watches.
TORQUE also stocks great options such as original watch designs that can only be found in our store, and matching watches recommended for an anniversary present. Gift wrapping is free.
LUMINE EST 5F, 3-38-1, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0022
Shinjuku Station （JR Shonan Shinjuku Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Chuo Main Line / JR Saikyo Line / Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line / Toei Shinjuku Line / Toei Oedo Line / Keio Line / Keio New Line / Odakyu Odawara Line）
- Phone Number 03-3350-3667
- Address LUMINE EST 5F, 3-38-1, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0022
Travel luggage and accessories specialty shop - Toko Yurakucho Store
We’ve been in business in Yurakucho, Tokyo for 50 years. Our wide selection of products includes many different travel goods perfect for your next vacation, as well as souvenirs that make perfect gifts. Let us help you make your next trip a special one! We also offer repair and maintenance service for your products after you buy.
Tax-free purchases are available. Money exchanges available on the same floor. English, Chinese, and Korean-speaking staffs are available on certain days.
Tokyo traffic hall 2F, 2-10-1, Yuurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0006
Yurakucho Station （JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line / Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line）
1 minute on foot
- Phone Number 03-3213-8717
- Address Tokyo traffic hall 2F, 2-10-1, Yuurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0006
If you're looking for toys, figures, figurines, games, or trading cards in Akihabara, Otachu has what you want! They have a comprehensive selection of Bishoujo figures, “Love Live!”, “Bakemonogatari”, “Hatsune Miku”, “Fate”, “One Piece”, “Dragon Ball”, “Kamen Rider”, “Super Sentai”, “Ultraman”, “Godzilla”, “Gundam”, robots, “Robotech”, American toys, etc. Plus games for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS Vita, 3DS, etc. And if trading cards are your style, they've “Yu-Gi-Oh!”, “Duel Masters”, “Vanguard”, “Dragon Ball Heroes”, “KanColle Arcade”, and much more. With 10 locations throughout Japan, there's not one far from where you're traveling to!
Niki no Kashi in Ameyoko (The first Store)
Niki no Kashi has been a vendor and wholesale distributor of candy and snacks in the Ameyoko shopping district of Ueno since 1947, and this location is Niki no Kashi’s first candy and snacks shop.
The store at this location has a price system where you can buy just one item and still get a good price, while there is also the option of making bulk purchases to get a greater discount if you buy the minimum fixed quantity.
The 1st and 2nd floors are stacked with an impressive array of candy and snacks, and also region-specific snacks such as Kit Kats from different regions throughout Japan can all be bought in this one spot.
Souvenirs, including favorites such as Kororo, Umaibo, Oyatsu Calpas, Cheese Oyatsu, etc. are fully stocked and many other products, like wasabi and green tea flavored snacks and gifts, are available as well.
The product selection changes from season to season, and new products that are popular in Japan on any given day can be found right here.
Omotesando Niigatakan N'ESPACE
In addition to selling around 1,500 products from Niigata, including rice and sake from this top tier rice producing prefecture in Japan, N'ESPACE also offers restaurants that use Niigata-produced ingredients, as well as a tourist information center.
While there's so much to see in Tokyo, there are also so many unique and fun experiences you can enjoy as well!
Find an interesting book and relax at the café. Or have fun with photos, and immerse yourself in a world of anime and manga at the DNP Plaza.
■ B1F / Tokyo Anime Center in DNP PLAZA
Exhibitions and events are held here for popular Japanese anime and manga. Cutting-edge technological features such as AR/VR are utilized for guests to experience their favorite works in a whole new light. Popular anime-themed products and original goods are available at the sales corner.
■ 1F / Shop, Café
Tired of walking? Refuel at the café, featuring coffee made with organically-farmed coffee beans, seasonal drinks, and various sweets. Dainty, edible works of art from all over Japan make perfect souvenirs.
■ 1F / Photo Koto
Use photo data from your smartphone to make stickers, calendars, and more from an impressive menu of fun printing options. Your favorite photos can be combined with craft and decoration features for the perfect souvenir to commemorate your trip.
■ 2Ｆ / Event Zone
Events and workshops of various themes are held here at irregular times.
Tokyo Japan Fishing
The pier is near Asakusa and Tsukiji Fish Market. Both are a 2-minute walk from the nearest station. Easy access! Fishing is a fun activity in Tokyo!Head for the fishing sites enjoying close-up views of famous Tokyo sites such as Skytree and Tsukiji. Boats are private rentals so you can board at the time you desire as well as select a course. One fish we target in particular is Japanese sea bass.
Our boats primarily fish with lures and avoid bait, so no need to worry about the smell. Many overseas visitors join us year-round. We rent out a complete set of fishing equipment so there is no need to bring anything! Our boats are limited to a maximum of four customers and have toilets, so beginners and women can also enjoy without worries.
Tokyo Japan FishingTokyo Japan Fishing
1-23 Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 130-0001
Asakusa Station （Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Toei Asakusa Line / Tobu Isesaki Line (Tobu Sky Tree Line) / Tsukuba Express）
3 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 080-5389-8951
- Address 1-23 Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 130-0001
Hato Bus Tours
Enjoy your morning by discovering traditional treasures of the Japanese capital. The first stop of your Tokyo tour will be Meiji Jingu Shrine, a beautiful piece of Japanese architecture, set in a calm dense forest right in the middle of the metropolis, and a place which is also considered to be the most important shrine in the city!
Our bus will then take you through the amazing busy streets of Tokyo around the National Diet building right to the Imperial Palace, where we will visit the East Gardens, a fine example of Japanese gardening mastership. (Mondays and Friday, the Garden are closed to the public, therefore we will visit picturesque Imperial Palace Nijubashi Bridge instead).
The last stop will be nothing else than famous Asakusa, with the oldest temple of Tokyo – Senso-ji and maybe try some Tokyo specialties in traditional Nakamise shopping arcade.
However, better not to eat too much because after these amazing stops the bus will take you through Ginza to a lunch followed by exciting Tokyo bay cruise. You will get a chance to see the Tokyo panoramas from a completely new angle!
We will finish our trip by a ride through famous Odaiba district, over the Rainbow Bridge back to Hamamtsucho bus station and Tokyo station
SYMPHONY TOKYO BAY CRUISE
This summer, make a wonderful memory with someone special - enjoy a cruise around Tokyo Bay! With several plans available, including lunch cruises, dinner cruises, and the popular sunset cruises, Symphony Tokyo Bay Cruise has you covered!
THE SPA Nishiarai
Just a 3-minute walk from Nishiarai Station, THE SPA Nishiarai offers natural hot springs and Japanese hospitality, with a variety of spa packages available for your relaxation.
Yukata rental WABISABI Asakusa store
Yukata rental WABISABI is a kimono and yukata rental store, just a minute's walk from Asakusa Station on the Ginza Line! Enjoy strolling through the historical area of Asakusa while wearing authentic, traditional Japanese fashion! (Perfect for selfies!)
A foodie's paradise, Tokyo has a magnificent range of dining options available - make your trip special with one of these selected offers!
Richard Sandoval, who was crowned the ”father of Modern Mexican” by The Financial Times, combines authentic Latin ingredients with international flavors and inventive techniques, to create new and unexpected concepts and cuisines such as modern and coastal Mexican, Latin-Asian, Peruvian and Pan-Latin.
Sandoval's first Japan venture has opened in Ginza. Depending on the situation, it is used as casual for cafe and bar, or used as elegant and stylish restaurant. Enjoy your time with our modern Latin dishes.
Nazuki is a restaurant specializing in Japanese cuisine that unveiled their take on dining experiences by reopening as a restaurant offering 360-degree projection mapping together with great food that tantalizes the 5 senses using carefully selected ingredients that bring out the full essence of the 4 seasons.
Enjoy yourself in the bright ambiance. Tsurujiro uses a specially ordered teppan grill at the counter on the 1st floor and grill your okonomiyaki right in front of your eyes.
Fluffy dough okonomiyaki is their specialty. The rich flavor from the chicken soup stock that has been slow-cooked over three days is the secret to their vaunted taste.
A traditional izakaya, Tatsumiya offers a variety of exquisite Japanese foods that are sure to please your palate! Whether you're looking for sashimi samplers or tempura or even something grilled, you'll find it here, along with reasonably priced course meals.
Tatsumiya also offers a unique Japanese cultural experience, giving you the opportunity to try traditional ikebana flower arrangement during your dinner time.
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*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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