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Dover Street Market: Ginza

A statement in its own right, Tokyo’s high-end fashion district in Ginza has made a significant mark in the fashion world. Dover Street Market, whilst a Japanese creation (Rei Kawakubo of Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons), takes it name from the original, flagship store at Dover Street, London, UK.

FAKE Tokyo - Candy and Sister

Nestled in a graffiti and sticker slapped alley between the surrounding high rise buildings and lofts of Shibuya is Japanese fashion boutiques Candy and Sister. Looking from the outside of their building, named FAKE, You’ll see their window display with a neon sign and can already tell that this is an edgy fashion store.

Harajuku Fashion

Harajuku is the centre of Tokyo fashion; it's so iconic within Japanese culture, that even if you're not so much of a fashion freak, you should give it a visit.

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.

Pulp: Fashion & Food in Shibuya

Pulp 417 Edifice with Pulp Deli & Cafe has become the new fashion spot for people who try to find the latest trend and a healthy lifestyle. Its unique combination of fashion shop and deli cafe has attracted many young people for its atmosphere, vibe, and mode.

Harajuku Fashion Show

Tokyo is known for its out-of-this-world street fashion. Harajuku is the place where you can surely find the most different styles and the weirdest outfits.