All Shopping

Everywhere Shopping

Guide to shopping.

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    Tsukiji Fish Wholesale Market

    Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and a very popular tourist destination. The Tsukiji Fish Market is part of the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market, which handles almost 3,000 tons per day of fish and other marine food sources. The Tsukiji Fish Market handles around read more

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    Nakamise-dori is the path or small closed street between Kaminarimon Gate and the Hondo (main hall) of Sensoji Temple which is lined with stalls selling souvenirs (omiyage) including robes, yukata, fans, Buddhist scrolls and food. There have been stalls operating in Nakamise Dori for hundreds of years.

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    Mitsukoshi Department Store Ginza

    The Mitsukoshi Department Store in Ginza is located right across from another great location known as Ginza Wako. The Isetan Mitsukoshi name is one of the oldest in Japan, founded in 1673 as a kimono store in Nihonbashi called Echigoya. Ginza Mitsukoshi is one of the best places for foreigners read more

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    Shibuya Hikarie

    Shibuya Hikarie – Connected to the underground network of tunnels from the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin line or above ground outside of the JR Shibuya Station, the 40th tallest skyscraper in Tokyo is not one to be missed. Apart from the unique architectural design, there is a lot inside that is read more

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    Yodobashi Umeda

    Yodobashi Camera is a chain of large camera stores that also sell an extensive range of home eletronics and computers. Yodobashi Umeda is in Umeda central Osaka.

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    Venus Fort

    Venus Fort Odaiba, a Venice-themed shopping mall contains many exclusive fashion boutiques targeted towards women. A major feature of Venus Fort is the curved ceiling with the sky painted with the lighting creating a sunset every thirty minutes.

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    Wako Department Store

    WAKO Department Store – Right in the heart of Ginza is this fabulous department store that has, in many ways, become a face of Tokyo’s premiere shopping district. At the famous intersection, the department store’s Neo-Renaissance edifice becomes a great focal point in many photographs. At night, the illumination lends read more