Tokyo ja­pan

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NewWoMan This shop­ping mall just opened this spring as a new land­mark in the Shin­juku area, fea­tur­ing high-end brands and other notable bou­tiques. 4-1-6 Shin­juku, Shin­juku-ku, Tokyo. +813 3352 1120 (*Ja­panese-speak­ing staff only) Tokyu Plaza Ginza This is another new shop­ping spot that has re­cently opened at Ginza. You will find fash­ion, beauty and life­style brands from Ja­pan and over­seas, as well as a large com­mer­cial fa­cil­ity fea­tur­ing an air­port-style duty-free shop. 5-2-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. +813 3571 0109

Dover Street Mar­ket Ginza This place is a global hub for all the lat­est trends, and a des­ti­na­tion for the fash­ion­able from the world over. The con­cept is beau­ti­ful chaos a wide as­sort­ment of jew­ellery can be found, from del­i­cate to dec­o­ra­tive de­signs. Dover Street Mar­ket Ginza, Ginza Ko­matsu West, 6-9-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. +813 6228 5080


Jot­tuku A beau­ti­fully de­signed Ja­panese in­cense shop with sell­ing lovely fra­grances. If you have time, stay on to see how Ja­panese in­cense is made. 23 Ben­ten­cho Shin­juku-ku, Tokyo. +813 6205 5211 jut­

Akomeya Tokyo This shop brings to­gether rice and foods from all over Ja­pan to spread the gospel of white rice. They also have a restau­rant called Akomeya Chubo in­side the shop. On the sec­ond floor you’ll find table­ware, kitchen­ware and ac­ces­sories from all over Ja­pan. 2-2-6 Ginza, Chuoku, Tokyo. Tel: +813 6758 0270

ho­tel → Aman Tokyo The rooms and suites are all fur­nished in tra­di­tional Ja­panese style, from paper sliding doors to a furo deep-soak bath­tub. The Aman Spa in­cor­po­rates the well­ness tra­di­tions of Ja­pan, of­fer­ing a va­ri­ety of ex­clu­sive sea­sonal treat­ments.­sorts/aman-tokyo

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Ho­tel Aman, Tokyo

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