by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of BALS Tokyo
The shopportunities in Tokyo swing from young, edgy fashion to highbrow art. There are shops selling traditional Japanese items as well, and if your heart’s set on a kimono, you’ll likely find a color and fabric that speaks to your tastes.
This showroom is filled with bold, modern works of art.
Female-run boutique full of nostalgic American clothing.
Frapbois is a bright and inviting store.
An assortment of American labels as well as local designs.
Kiddy Land has been around for more than sixty years.
Find everything you need for your next craft project.
Lazy Hazy Planet
An eclectic mixture of Japanese designers.
House-style shop full of stylish indigo dyed duds.
Widely considered the best souvenir shop in Tokyo.
Tokyu Hands is touted as a “creative life store.”
"I'm not afraid to look like a big, hairy, smelly, foreign devil in Tokyo, though I do my best not to, I really do." —Anthony Bourdain
FEATURED // Geisha Performance at Sakura Chaya
FEATURED // Jicoo Floating Bar
FEATURED // BALS Tokyo
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