Vacation to Japan will be complete with shopping for souvenir or merchandise. Don't forget to stop at the shopping paradise below:
Shinjuku is a key part of central Tokyo, with its shooping and entertainment areas. We can find many types of electronic stuff such as televisions, cameras, video, computers, laptops and many others. Besides that we can find also many stuff such as silk Kyoto, Shinto artifacts, paper lanterns (lampions), vanishes, kimonos, Mingei and many more.
|A lifesize doll sit at front of restaurant at Shinjuku district|
|shopping dining business and entertainment district buildings|
|Shinjuku at day|
|Shinjuku at night|
Shibuya populer with eating and shopping district also. Shibuya is one of busiest pedestrian crossing on the world. Shibuya 109 building is a famous shopping centre filled with fashion boutiques that cater to the Japanese girls and young women of Tokyo. Do you remember Hachiko movie? Ya, here was also Hachiko Statue near the Shibuya Station which famous with its legendary. Here was also Center Gai, Center Gai is am-packed with fashion boutiques, music stores, and video game arcades.You can even find a whale meat restaurant in Shibuya. It seems to be all about shopping and eating!
|Shibuya at night|
|Shibuya Manga store|
|Starbucks and giant TV screen Shibuya|
|Shibuya shooping center at day|
You must have been familiar with this place. Harajuku located between Shibuya and Shinjuku, this place has become a magnet for locals and foreign tourists. Harajuku is famous for its Harajuku fashion. It has Takeshita Dori landmarks, a narrow pedestrian only street packed with Tokyo's young fashionable people and lined with fashion boutiques and cafes. At Takeshita Dori’, everyone can walk between large shopping malls and smaller, intimate and independent trend shops, where you can find fashion clothes for both women and men.Harajuku Bridge is a famous fashion location in Tokyo, where on a Sunday you can see some outstanding Harajuku Fashion wear by Harajuku girls and boys. The average age of Harajuku dwellers seems to be a bit younger than in Shibuya, but Harajuku is a great fashion neighborhood in Tokyo. Here also you can find Accessorize Harajuku is an accessorize store, London based fashion and accessories brand which sells bags, jewellery and other fashion accessories. Here also you can find many boutiques with its famous brands, such as Chanel, Gucci, Chaumet, Burberry, Bvlgari, Bang & Olufsen, Dior, Emporio Armani, Laura Ashley, French Connection, Ralph Lauren, Paul Stewart, and many others.
|Harajuku main street|
|Many boutiques here|
|A very crowd area|
|Takeshita Dori Street|
|Takeshita Dori, Tokyo|
Ginza is located in central part of Tokyo. Ginza is an up marekt shopping area in central Tokyo, featuring major department stores, international fashion brand stores, galleries, restaurants, and some distinctive architecture. Here you can find Sukiyabashi crossing, a very busy pedestrian crossing with its fashionable people walk around. You can find many boutiques with famous brands here, like Lavin, Samantha Tiara, Salvatore Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Gucci, Dior, and many others. Ginza famous for its bakeries and cafes also.
|On sunday car is not allowed here|
|Even for smaller street of Ginza, it's crowd|
|Ginza district at day|
5. Roppongi Hills
Roppongi Hills is an up market and extensive shopping and entertainment complex in the Roppongi District of Tokyo. Roppongi Hills famous for its nighlife and very popular with foreigners. There are many good and affordable Japanese restaurants also. You can find Roppongi Hills Mori Tower here.
|Roppongi Hills with its Mori Tower|
|Roppongi Hills at night|
|Tree decoration when christmas|
Well people... HAPPY SHOPPING IN TOKYO!!!