230-meter high shopping and office complex with an open-roof viewing deck on its top floor.
Rayard Miyashita Park Shopping Mall
As park of Shibuya’s redevelopment, Miyashita Park re-opened as a shopping/entertainment complex in 2020. The park above has been redesigned and below it sits 3-floors of shops, boutiques, and restaurants.
Ameyoko Center Building
Long-standing building in the center of Ameyoko and one of the best places to buy Asian food in Tokyo
Canal City Hakata
Major shopping complex in Fukuoka which is sometimes called a “city within a city”. Due to its unique,…
Upmarket shopping mall with a walkway that spirals up six floors of fashion stores and restaurants.
The souvenir store on the boulevard was originally an antique store but moved to Omotesando Dori in 1951 to target the U.S. army personnel in the area (it is modeled after a shrine and stocks “Japanesey” items).
“Penny Candy Alley” is a street lined with about 20 shops selling traditional Japanese sweets and candy. Kawagoe is known for its sweet potatoes which are cut into sticks, fried, and salted.
250-meter shopping street running northeast from Kamakura Station. Pick up some souvenirs or get a bowl of the region famous shirasu dish.
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
These two structures were formerly customs warehouses for Yokohama port. They underwent extensive renovation before re-opening in 2002. Today they contain small boutiques, craft shops, and a handful of restaurants and cafes. Open-air events are often held in the surrounding plaza.
Shopping and entertainment complex at the base of Tokyo Skytree. It contains over 300 shops, a postal museum, a small planetarium, and Sumida Aquarium.
Aqua City Odaiba
A 6-floor shopping complex with about 80 stores and a “Gourmet Zone” food court.
Decks Tokyo Beach
Another shopping complex on the beachfront. It includes Tokyo Joypolis (a Sega games arcade), Legoland Discovery Center, and Madam Tussauds.