Save money when you're visiting Japan - and get exclusive tips to some of the most interesting deals and experiences in Japan! Each week we showcase some of the incredible deals available at a variety of restaurants, shops, activities and experiences around Tokyo. This week we are excited to introduce exciting deals on meals, shops and rentals, sightseeing experiences and more—available only from Live Japan!!
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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.
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!
Tokyu Plaza Ginza
Both men and women can enjoy shopping at this new Ginza landmark, which combines the latest trends in fashion, accessories, and cuisine. Tokyu Plaza Ginza is a shopping facility providing an experience of “tradition and innovation.” The 13 floors have a total of 125 stores including fashion and accessory shops, restaurants, and cafes. FIND JAPAN MARKET can be found on the 6th and 7th floors and offers world-class genuine Japanese items. The 6th floor is a market focusing on “select” fashion and accessories for adults who seek bona fide authentic products, while the 7th floor is dedicated to a new type of shop by Tokyu Hands, which seeks to broadcast Japan’s unique culture to the world. The street level zone features an aggregation of global flagship stores for a variety of premium brands, and shoppers will also find boutique shops by Tokyu Department Store, Tokyo’s largest urban airport-style duty free shop “Lotte Duty Free Tokyo Ginza,” and more.
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.
Yamato Sample Factory Workshop 3
Mayuko's Little Kitchen
We teach you how to prepare what Japanese people really eat as an everyday meal in a private little kitchen in the middle of Tokyo. You can learn the basics of Japanese food, seasonings, and table customs in a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Noh Laboratory Theater, TESSENKAI
Tessenkai is a public-service corporation based in the Tessenkai Noh-play training institute in south Aoyama. They regularly put on Noh and Kyogen performances at the Hosho Noh Theatre and the National Noh Theatre, and also endeavor to popularize these traditional theatrical styles as much as possible.
Apart from classical works they also stage new works, reproductions and proactively participate in overseas productions. Come and enjoy the world of Noh and Kyogen during your stay!
OFF-STREET CYCLING TOKYO
Tour sightseeing destinations and local spots in Tokyo via bicycle with a local English guide! Tokyo’s streetscape offers differing atmospheres depending on the area, so even just cycling around is enjoyable. As these tours are conducted with small groups, the local guide will explain the history and culture of each area, shrine, and temple, and participants are able to ask the guide questions easily.
There are no tough uphill climbs along the tour routes and cross bikes great for around-town riding are used, so families, couples, and even those who don’t have confidence in their physical strength can participate casually.
This tour includes lunch, water, and personal insurance, so participants can have a worry-free time without needing to bring anything of their own. The Good Old Tokyo Cycling Tour visits temples, shrines and old shopping streets in Asakusa, Yanesen, Ueno, and Akihabara, while on the Tokyo Historical Cycling Tour participants can experience Japan’s traditional sports, food, and otaku (geek) culture at Ryogoku, Tsukiji, the Imperial Palace, and Akihabara. Enjoy Tokyo by bicycle with a friendly guide!
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.
The only one of its kind in the world! At ROBOT RESTAURANT, robots, dinosaurs, tanks and bombers come on stage together in a thrilling experience you'd expect only in Japan.
Performances last for 80 minutes:
-Japanese drum show
-Robot fighting show
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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