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Shopping in Tokyo is going to be an expensive endeavor regardless of where you go. If you've got the money to spend, here are the best places to shop in Tokyo. If you haven't got a super stretchy budget, these places are still worth a visit for the window shopping. Happy shopping!
Shibuya is the trendiest, most fashionable and most crowded place to do your shopping in Tokyo. The streets are lined with high-priced boutiques, and the Shibuya 109 Building is the place to go for all of your high end shopping. If you're into the music scene then check out Tower Records to peruse the 3000 Yen CDs, or head to the less pricey second hand music shop of Disk Union. Tokyo Hands Department Store is where to go to collect all of the latest (and priciest) home decor.
Train: Yamanote Line, Shibuya Station Metro: Ginza and Hanzomon Lines, Shibuya Station
Harajuku is the place to go to see all of the latest and craziest fashions in Japan. Takeshita-dori Street is filled with fashionable boutiques that are frequented by the youth of Japan into cutting edge fashion. You can visit Omotesando Hills and shop for international brands such as Ralph Lauren, D&G, Jimmy Choo and Louis Vuitton. Or if you're looking for the best in Japanese souvenirs then you can stop in at the Oriental Bazaar. If you have children, don't forget to stop at Kiddy Land.
Train: JR Yamanote Line, Harajuku Station
Ginza is home to the oldest and most exclusive shopping center in all of Japan: Wako Department Store. You can peruse the merchandise to find all of the best luxury items including watches, jewelry, handbags and even dishes. Mitsukoshi Department Store is also upscale, but not as exclusive, and is surrounded by boutiques that include Gucci and other designer names. Head to the Sony Building to scope out the latest gadgets, and Hakuhinkan Toy Park is sure to thrill the kids (yes, it's still expensive). For shopping centers that still offer great fashion and buys without breaking the bank, try out Seibu, Hankyu or Opaque Department Stores.
Metro: Ginza, Hibiya and Marunouchi Lines, Ginza Station
Head to the small island district of Odaiba for some less expensive shopping experiences. Decks Shopping Mall and Aquacity Odaiba are both large department stores that offer better values. Or you can head into Palette Town for Venus Fort, a shopping center built in the style of 18th century Europe. Venus Fort Family is geared less toward women and more toward family needs, and while you're in the area you can hit up the Ferris wheel!
Train: Yurikamome Monorail, Odaiba Station
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