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Harajuku Streetwear Brand Fashion

Harajuku Streetwear Brand Fashion includes A Bathing Ape (Bape), Billionaire Boys Club (BBC) and Ice Cream, Stussy, Supreme, X-Large, and more! Other shops that might interest consumers are resale shops like Brand Collect and a Store by Nigo coming this Spring.

Good Design at Comme des Garçons Harajuku

The Good Design Shop collaboration between Comme des Garçons and D&Department is a project to incorporate good design in everyday life; it's about minimalist design (hence, the 'universality' the shop touts). The products have been thoughtfully designed, selected and showcased in a particular manner. The store sells goods such as furniture, storage boxes, bins, homeware, clothing, bags, shoes, fashion accessories, jewelry, stationery and vintage goods, all at great prices. It's located in the Gyre building (2F) in Harajuku, only three minutes from Meiji-jingumae Station (take Exit 4) on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. Design your life today and pay the store a visit.

Don Quijote at Roppongi

Halloween is coming! Whether you are looking for a terrifying, cute, sexy, or straight-up amusing costume, you can find it at Don Quijote.

Muji Design Store Kyoto

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

Ameyoko in Ueno, Taito-ku

Ameyoko is famous for shopping, great Japanese food all at a bargain or at least affordable. A real lively and down to earth place to experience the energy of Tokyo

Nishijin Textile Store & Museum

The history of Nishijin is the history of Kyoto textiles itself. The word Nishijin comes from the two Japanese words, Nishi, being “West” and Jin being “camp”.