• Shinjuku: There are many department stores and shops directly connected to Shinjuku Station or within a short walk of it. The most popular department stores include Isetan, known for its innovative store design and the food floors, Takashimaya, the 15 floor shopping complex with everything you could shop for, and the newly-opened trendy complex by the South exit of Shinjuku station, NEWoMan. 
  • Harajuku: The most popular, vibrant fashion and shopping district in Japan for the younger generation, the most famous being Takeshita street. Cat Street is also popular and offers more of a diverse shopping experience for the fashionistas and casual shoppers.
  • Omotesando: The Champs-Élysées of Tokyo. Omotesando is a fashionable tree-lined shopping boulevard in Tokyo's Harajuku district. In comparison to Harajuku, this area caters more to the haute-couture and high-end fashion. 
  • Shibuya: Shibuya is a popular shopping district within Tokyo where you can find entertainment, shopping malls, boutique shops, restaurants and bars, and karaoke boxes. The most famous tourist spot is Hachiko, the faithful dog statue and the Scramble crossing, the popular pedestrian crossing. Both are located outside Shibuya station.
  • Ginza: The 5th Avenue of Tokyo as it is the most expensive area in Tokyo. You can enjoy amazing shopping from luxury products to stationary to local products from each part of Japan. The most popular department stores include; Mitsukoshi, Matsuya and the newest shopping complex, Ginza 6.
  • Marunouchi: The prestigious business area between the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station. Once home to feudal lords, it is now both a financial business district as well as a popular shopping destination for luxury goods and fashion.

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