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There are two prestigious department stores in Matsuyama, Iyotetsu Takashimaya and Mitsukoshi, within easy walking distance of each other. The Iyotetsu Takashimaya building is actually the terminus for the Iyo Railway Co., (Iyotetsu), the first railway in Shikoku and was also the third private railway in Japan. This follows the Japanese tradition of major railway lines that would build department stores at the terminus of the lines, so that they could literally feed warm bodies into the maw of Mammon from all directions with their steel conveyor belts.
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The new Tokyo Skytree Solamachi mall breathes new life into the historical old downtown Shitamachi district of Tokyo. Dubbed the a “people-oriented, new downtown",this
Takashimaya is a repository of traditional and modern Kyoto art and design. Bringing luxury to your home and everyday life, it is a living museum and emporium of Kyoto culture and fashion. There are English interpreters available.
Founded in 1980 by the Seiyu Group, Muji (short for Mujirushi Ryōhin), eschewed the glitz of that time, and instead led the way in natural, minimalist designs
LOFT is a new speciality concept store specialising in everyday commodities and lifestyle products.
The biggest outlet mall in the Kyushu region has a ferris wheel as its symbol and gorgeous ocean views.
Department store Laforet in Harajuku sells all things punk, lolita and weird.
LaLaPort Toyosu, a shopping complex overlooking Tokyo Bay, has a variety of shops, eateries, and attractions that will entertain you for hours.