Here are the best shops in the Other Shopping category around Tokyo and Surroundings, with travel tips and more, according to LIVE JAPAN, a top-class travel website for visitors to Japan. Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in a given category.
For instance, AWESOME STORE Harajuku Omotesando, Travel luggage and accessories speciality shop -Toko Yuurakucho Store, OTACHU.AKIHABARA and other related spots will be listed. Be sure to check them out during your visit to Tokyo and Surroundings!
1. AWESOME STORE Harajuku Omotesando
”AWESOME STORE” became famous in Japanese magazines, TV programs and other media. As a lifestyle shop, they offer awesome goods at awesome prices and awesome quality. Their flagship shop stands the center of Harajuku-Omotesando which is a source of Japan's trends.
AWESOME STORE Harajuku OmotesandoAWESOME STORE 原宿表参道店
Omotesando IIDA Building 1F / B1F, 5-8-7 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 03-6450-6021
- Address Omotesando IIDA Building 1F / B1F, 5-8-7 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001
2. Travel luggage and accessories speciality 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, be sure to visit us first! Toys include Bishoujo figures, Love Live!, Bakemonogatari, Hatsune Miku, Fate, One Piece, Dragon Ball, Masked Rider, Super Sentai, Ultraman, Godzilla, Gundam, robots, Robotech, American toys, etc. Games include Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS Vita, 3DS, etc. Trading cards include Yu-Gi-Oh!, Duel Masters, Vanguard, Dragon Ball Heroes, KanColle Arcade, and much more. With 10 locations throughout Japan, this well-established used entertainment shop chain has expanded to Akihabara!
4. Animate - Akihabara
The Akihabara branch of of one of Japan's biggest total anime/comic shop chains, Animate. It is located along Chuo-dori in Akihabara Electric Town. The first to seventh floors of this 8-storey building are sales floors, displaying various goods ranging from DVDs and Blu-rays of TV anime series, to comic books, figurines, and anime song CDs. There is a collection of tickets and souvenir goods on the first floor and an event space on the seventh floor. In addition, there are original goods and cosplay items found only at Animate, making it a place where you can thoroughly enjoy the world of anime.
5. RICOLAND TOKYO BAY SHINONOME
We stock a huge lineup of motorcycle-related products, such as helmets, clothing, gloves and shoes. In particular, the helmet brands SHOEI and ARAI offer a fitting service, so we recommend that you consult our experienced staff at the Shinonome store if you're unsure about sizes. We'll definitely be able to suggest the best size for you.
Of course, we also offer a variety of stock such as race suits, boots and gloves, which will satisfy the needs of circuit users. Our well-versed staff can help you out. At this store, we speak not only English, but also employ staff who can speak Chinese and Thai, so feel free to ask anything.
6. Fujiya camera store
As a camera specialty shop we have a large assortment of camera-related equipment such as cameras, lenses, tripods, bags, and flash units. Our shop’s main draw is our large stock of used items – we keep a steady supply of around 3,000 used items for your perusal! From classic camera brands such as Leica to the latest digital cameras, you’re sure to get a better deal buying used rather than new, including accessories such as tripods and camera bags. In Japan many of the used cameras are in great condition, so why not pick one up as a memento of your trip to Japan? We have 3 shops: our main shop stocking cameras, lenses, and accessories; our gear shop with tripods and lighting equipment; and our ‘junk’ shop where you’ll find books and broken cameras. We are a shop enjoyable for camera-lovers to just drop in.
7. Ginza Takagen
Since its founding in 1882, skilled craftsmen have been making elaborate walking sticks by focusing on high quality materials. We use high-grade imported woods including snakewood, cane , ebony, and red sandalwood, as well as Japanese woods, including oak, maple, and bamboo root. We carry new products, such as sticks with unique animal-motif handles, sticks that use light-weight carbonaceous materials; folding, portable sticks; and a wide variety of colorful sticks with openwork rings for women. We also deal in various kinds of umbrellas that are made by skilled Japanese craftsmen.
Because we are particular about both functionality and quality, we make each waking stick and umbrella by hand and with great care. We will be happy if you would like to pick them up.
6-9-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061
Ginza Station （Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line / Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line）
5 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-6263-9515
- Address 6-9-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061
8. Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan
A space dedicated to gachapon, with around 500 gachapon machines. There is plenty of variety, including gashapons related to Pokemon, which are popular even outside of Japan, Plarail, and gachapon of other popular characters. Events such as raffles, which give winners the opportunity to challenge a lottery gachapon, are also held periodically, with prizes such as free tickets and figurines. In addition, if you collect the ”win” stickers on the capsules from gachapon machines, you can get a free turn at a gachapon. There is also a mini museum corner on the fourth floor with a collection of old and nostalgic gachapon.
9. Travel luggage and accessories speciality shop -Toko Haneda International Airport Store
On the 4th floor of Haneda Airport’s International Terminal, Japanese culture and the aesthetics of Japan’s Edo Period come together to create the main street of “EDO MARKET”. Travel Pro-Shop Toko (Haneda International Airport Store), which specializes in travel, travel-related products and souvenirs, is located there.
We carry top suitcase brands such as Samsonite and Proteca, and our messenger bags and backpacks include the popular anello series, known for their ease of use.
Our most popular miscellaneous travel product is the stylishly-designed, weather-resistant B-SIDE LABEL stickers. You can find Haneda Airport-exclusive designs in addition to ordinary stickers at our store, including the “Haneda Penguin” and “I LOVE HANEDA” stickers. We also stock Japanese souvenirs, which are a necessity for any traveler in Japan on business or for a homestay. Our selection of Japanese-made hand towels is also popular.
Before you set out on your journey, be sure to pay us a visit.
HanedaAirport international passenger terminal 4F, 2-6-5, HanedaAirport, Ota-ku, Tokyo, 144-0041
Haneda Airport International Terminal Station （Keikyu Airport Line / Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport Line）
- Phone Number 03-6428-0722
- Address HanedaAirport international passenger terminal 4F, 2-6-5, HanedaAirport, Ota-ku, Tokyo, 144-0041
10. Tools ochanomizu
Our store has been operating in Ochanomizu for over 45 years and we aim to bring the fun of drawing and creation to everyone, from beginners to professionals! We are a popular place to get presents and souvenirs, such as stationery and art supply sets.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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