Shopping Center

Shopping Center

If you are in need of many different products all located in one place, the shopping center is the perfect place for you to visit. It will have all the conveniences you need. From groceries, to toiletries, to those household goods you can’t live without, they can supply you with just enough to make your visit less hassled and more convenient. Located around the city center and suburbs, they are a one-stop shop for all the things you will need for your stay.

Duty Free Shopping

There are many places where you can buy goods that are duty free. That means that there are no taxes applied, which can save you a considerable amount of money on your purchases. Retail outlets are those which are tax exempt around Japan. Be careful, however, there are sometimes when although you buy products duty free, but you will be charged a tax when traveling home. Knowing what the rules are for importing goods into your native country is important, as is keeping any receipts.

100 Yen Store

The 100 yen store is similar to the “dollar store” of the states. It is a store that contains items that are 100 yen. It is a great way to stock up on the things that you need when traveling. There are many 100 yen stores located around the city center and in the suburbs that will supply visitors with all the basic essentials that they will need while traveling at a budget price. A chain, there are stores located on every corner.

La La Port Toyosu

Address 2-4-9, Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8614Map
Description Set on a waterfront in the very centre of Tokyo, La La Port Toyosu is one of the most beautiful shopping locations in the whole of Japan. There are over 180 stores in operation at the complex, including Zara, GAP and HAC, with a multitude of restaurants catering for all types of cuisine. There is no facility to enable the exchange of foreign currencies, but most major international credit cards are accepted in most of the stores.


Description The Dixsept shopping mall is located a short walk from Daikanyama Station in Shibuya, Tokyo. The area is well-known for featuring expensive shops, and is home to many foreign embassies. The mall itself has a variety of stores such as HAC, Peacock supermarket and Bon Marche. The mall is often visited by mothers due to the excellent baby nursing rooms which are available, which offer spaces for breastfeeding and baby changing while shopping. There are also various restaurants catering for all tastes.

Tokyo Midtown

Description Tokyo Midtown is a real unique experience that you will find nowhere else in the world. It is a complex comprised of six buildings, which are set in a park filled with greenery and nature. Art features heavily around the complex as well, creating a great atmosphere that everyone should try to experience. Fashion stores, bars and restaurants are the mainstay of the complex, and to make things easier for international visitors, there is also a foreign currency exchange.

Roppongi Hills

Description This shopping mall contains both fashion and miscellaneous shops. Whether you want to purchase high-end jewellery from Africa Diamond or spend money on the kids at the LEGO store, Roppongi Hills will have something for you to enjoy. The mall is open every day between 10am and 9pm, although some stores operate on a 11am to 8pm basis. There are also many services provided at Roppongi Hills, such as printing services, a nail salon and a pet store.

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