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Why Accessories are so important?

Comparing to hairstyle and clothing, accessories situate in a special position. Let me give you a metaphor. If clothing is the main dish of the menu, then accessories will be the seasoning and decoration. The role of seasoning is to intersperse the flavor of main dish, not the other way around. Likewise, the purpose of having those decorations is to prettify a person. However, if it pollutes the beauties of the person, it loses its value. When you come to Japan, you should visit those stores. You can buy handbags, wallets, earrings, necklaces, chains (for men), and etc in here.

Never despise of using accessories for your outfit. When you are socializing with others or attending a business meeting, people will also observe what you are wearing. Don’t be surprised; first impression always comes from dressing and grooming. When you come to Japan, you have chance to learn how to match the accessories with your outfit. Yes, the Japanese staffs are nice and kind. They can give you their professional opinions and answer all of your questions. Once again, please travel with us through Enable Japan, we will recommend some famous stores for you.

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If you’re looking for a bag that is a practical and sturdy enough for an adventurous trip all over Japan, pay a visit to the Yoshida & Co. flagship store KURA CHIKA YOSHIDA OMOTESANDO.

Founded by Kichizo Yoshida in 1935, Yoshida & Co has become one of Japan’s leading bag manufacturing companies for its sleek yet understated bags and wallets. High quality material such as Italian leather, Egyptian cotton, and organic cotton from Texas and various nylon textiles are all source materials for their creations. They also have been challenging to develop their original fabric. Yoshida& Co bags are also very exclusive-from design to final product, the brand is produced entirely in Japan.

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Yoshida & Co. has two main brands, both of which you can find in their Omotesando flagship store. PORTER, the brand launched in 1962, is named for the one person who can tell if you have a quality bag- the hotel porter, who had lots of experience handling customers’ bags. PORTER’s ladies line, PORTER GIRL, launched in 2009. While the PORTER products are unisex, PORTER GIRL is aimed exclusively at a feminine audience. The brand maintains the original PORTER’s strong and high-quality characteristics while reinterpreting them in a sweeter and softer key. LUGGAGE LABEL came along in 1984, combining originality and innovation with day-to day practicality. LUGGAGE LABEL’s military-style long-seller series of bags has been popular and cherished by adult men in any age.


If you’re shy about your Japanese skill, there is absolutely nothing to worry about. You will find English speaking staff at the KURA CHIKA YOSHIDA OMOTESANDO flagship store. You will also be glad to know you’re not alone because there are many foreign customers visiting the store.

KURA CHIKA YOSHIDA OMOTESANDO store also provides tax-free service. So, pay them a visit and take your time browsing, for one of these timeless pieces might just be your soulmate. You want to be careful and get the one that you want to carry around with at all times.

KURA CHIKA YOSHIDA Omotesando Store Information

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Nearest Station: 4-minute walk from Omotesando Station (click on the Google Map for directions)

Hours of Operation: Open daily 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm

“Why Go?”: Get an exclusive bag from a world-famous design, at the ONLY place you can get it!

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September 13, 2016 0 comment
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Samantha Thavasa Ginza Tokyo

Samantha Thavasa is a Japanese brand known for its girly, elegant, and cute style which has now grown into a brand catering to every girl’s accessory needs! We here at EnableJapan.com visited Samantha Thavasa’s flagship store in Ginza to get an inside look into this world-popular Japanese brand. If you would like to learn the shop’s secret inspirations and the design concepts behind the Samantha Thavasa brand, Ginza is the place to go!

Samantha Thavasa Ginza Tokyo

“But what about the language barrier?” you might think. Well don’t worry! The staff of main stores speak a wide range of languages (English, Chinese, and some Korean, by their reckoning), which makes each store completely accessible for shoppers. You’ll never have a problem finding someone to help you discover the perfect wardrobe accessory.

Founded in 1994 by Kazumasa Terada, Samantha Thavasa has open its doors across Asia and Hawaii. Many famous names such as Beyonce, Jenifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Victoria Beckham have designed bags for the Samantha Thavasa brand. Samantha Thavasa has also collaborated on projects with Disney, most recently with Zootopia and Finding Dory , also with native Japanese characters such as Sailor Moon and Hello Kitty. Japanese designer brand DRESSCAMP has also collaborated with interesting artistic bags that feature hand-painted prints on leathers.


Samantha Thavasa Ginza Tokyo

At the Ginza store, the first floor features the Samantha Tiara line of jewelry. Samantha Thavasa PR spokesperson Meg introduced us to the line, which features thin silver and gold chains adorned with gems and crystals in shapes of flowers. One particularly eye-catching piece was a necklace that moved in emulation of a heartbeat as it sat around the wearers neck. How? Well, that’s a secret! This first-floor jewelry section offers other adornments, such as feminine rings, necklaces, and bracelets. Samantha Thavasa’s first floor features new and amazing pieces year round, with the added bonus of a free gift if you spend a certain amount in store.

Samantha Thavasa Ginza Tokyo

All bags are on the second floor. Multiple designers collaborate to create bags under the Samantha Thavasa brand name; Meg spoke to us about their popular collection designed by model Miranda Kerr, whose style “focused on changing  the Samantha Thavasa original to make it a little more mature.” Collaborate model-come-designer Anne Nakamura is also taking the brand into a more mature direction, developing perfect everyday bags that will stay with you forever. But don’t think that maturity has taken away any of the special cute features that make Samantha Thavasa great! Smiley faces hide in pockets and on straps within her designs and the exclusive pink suede lining, all adding that Samantha Thavasa touch of whimsical cuteness.

Samantha Thavasa has encouraged their customers to stay faithful to the brand due to their ever-changing design ideas. “Design development of Samantha Thavasa purses comes from a multitude of ideas and designers, all working constantly on new ideas that they develop into what we have in store,” Meg explained. “All designs come in several colours, so you can find the perfect bag for any occasion.”


Samantha Thavasa Ginza Tokyo

What features stand out the most for their customers? “Zips!” said Meg. “When people are abroad they like knowing their things are safe in their bags, so we always ensure zips are on our bags!”

Samantha Thavasa Ginza Tokyo

And of course, I couldn’t leave without asking the question, “Who is Samantha Thavasa?”

“I get asked that a lot!” Meg laughed. “Its a secret! I can’t tell you that!”…”We have rumors saying the name comes from the witch that wiggles her nose, but it’s not!”…so that part of the mystery remains unsolved (for now). But there’s one thing that certainly is not a mystery–with the Ginza store catering towards every woman’s handbags and jewelry, Samantha Thavasa in Ginza is a great place to shop for that special item or gift!


Samantha Thavasa Ginza Location Information

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Nearest Station: 2-minute walk from Ginza Station (click on the Google Map for directions)

Hours of Operation: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm daily.

“Why Go?”: Finding a perfect high-fashion Japanese bag and jewelry from designers and celebrities!

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August 1, 2016 0 comment
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Herz Omotesando Tokyo Japan 1

The strong scent of worked leather is immediate. You walk down the stairs into the shop, and are immediately struck by the multitude of leather bags, row after row of them, arranged on the tables. There is a Classic-style influence to the store design, with a wonderful combination of wood and leather, as well as country music filling the room.

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But the store’s most arresting feature is its unorthodox layout. The leather workshop where the leather goods of Herz Omotesando are made is open to the store. You can stop and watch the leatherworkers, cutting and sewing as they practice their craft. Every Herz store (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai) is laid out in this fashion, so that all the customers can see the production process for themselves and smell the leathery atmosphere. This link between the shop and the workshop, where the freshly finished leather products are then placed for sale, lends credibility to the items in the store.

Herz is a Japan-based upscale leather goods company that made a name for themselves with their finely-crafted leather bags. Designer Kondo Akimasa founded Herz in 1973, naming the company after the German word for “heart” (herz), as he wanted to create “products with heart.”  And there’s no doubt that Herz certainly puts a lot of passion and heart into their leather products.

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Herz Omotesando has twenty leatherworkers, and each leather bag is handmade solely by one craftsman in the Tokyo store. This is a fundamental principle of Herz, as it ensures each bag has its own characteristics and qualities backed with the pride of the local craftsman who created the product.

There are no chief designers for Herz Omotesando. All the craftsmen are encouraged to create new products and bag designs. The open environment of the store is reflected in the working environment, where craftsmen brainstorm among themselves and come up with new innovative ideas. Due to this design-friendly approach, Herz currently offers over 600 bag designs, and new designs are always in development. By being located in the center of Tokyo, the craftsmen can absorb and reflect new trends as inspiration for their ever-evolving products.

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Although expensive, it’s easy to see the value a customer gets for their money from a Herz Omotesando bag.  Herz bags are strong and durable, constructed from thick and sturdy Italian leather and sewn with thick thread. The bags have a smart and casual look and are good for any occasion. Herz Omotesando also makes an exclusive randoseru (Japanese school bag) for students. All bags sold by Herz have an aftercare policy in which they may be brought back to the store (even decades after they were sold) to be repaired.

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Herz always has a wide range of bags on display, but special orders can be accommodated. Some of the in-store staff can speak English, but ordering online is difficult as English is not supported and there is no overseas shipping. With no division-of-labor system and an aversion to outsourcing production, the delivery times for built-to-order bags take 7-8 weeks. All of these factors make it difficult for short-term visitors and tourists to order a customized bag, but don’t worry! Herz Omotesando makes excellent products, and one of the handsomely-made bags on their tables will catch your eye. Visit them during your trip to Tokyo, you won’t be disappointed!

Herz Omotesando Location Information

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Nearest Station: 7-minute walk from Omotesando Station


Hours of Operation: 11:00AM-7:00PM. Closed on Wednesdays.

Estimated Price:  Bags range from ¥25,000- ¥90,000. Smaller items (keychains, pencil cases, etc) are also available.

“Why Go?”: To find unique elegant leather products that will last you many years.

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July 24, 2016 0 comment
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There are more than a few clothing stores that any fashionista visiting Tokyo needs to stop by. Shops like Stussy, WEGO and Shibuya 109 are some of the top places to go for the main pieces of your ensemble, but for the little odds and ends that complete your look head to tutuanna.  With locations all throughout Tokyo, including Shinjuku, Shibuya and Harajuku, tutuanna is super convenient.
Tutuanna Finding lingerie and hosiery in Tokyo that fits foreigners can be disheartening (for a general article on finding western-sized clothing in Japan, click here). But tutuanna carries a surprisingly large variety of sizes that anyone can fit into. Tutuanna‘s goods are adorably girly and cute and often come in matching sets. So whether you’re into lace or ruffles, you’ll find whatever makes you feel feminine and beautiful.

Beyond lingerie, tutuanna also offers an impressive assortment of tights, socks and legwear. While you can get your traditional ankle and knee socks here, tutuanna really specializes in the no-show cotton liner socks that keep your kitten heels or ballet flats from rubbing against the delicate skin of your feet as you explore the many shopping streets of Tokyo. Along with unique socks, tutuanna also sells gel cushions to make those heels a bit more comfortable! If you need that last little something to complete your outfit, go and seek out the closest tutuanna location!
For more ideas of trendy stores to visit, try reading our articles Shopping Slightly Off Harajuku’s Beaten Path: Cat Street and Harajuku Street Fashion: Takeshita-dori’s Top 5 Clothing Stores.

Tutuanna Harajuku Store Information

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Nearest Station: 3-minute walk from Harajuku Station (Yamanote Line)

Hours of Operation: Everyday 11:00AM-8:30PM
Estimated Price: ¥350-¥1300
“Why Go?”: If you want a large variety of fashionable lingerie with several sizes that foreigners can fit into.
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June 21, 2016 0 comment
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Paris Kid’s is one of the most famous fashion stores in Tokyo, located right at the entrance of Harajuku’s Takeshita Street. Every single piece of jewelry I have purchased so far in Tokyo has been from this store. Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with the store’s owners about the most beloved store in Tokyo’s fashion capital. Read on, because they gave us a special discount for EnAble Japan readers!

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Paris Kid’s was founded 38 years ago, selling accessories outside of the building it currently occupies. The founder, decided to sell accessories because he could fit many of them in the wagon’s small space. On Sundays, the original Paris Kid’s wagon would open up and sell trinkets and fashion accessories to junior high and high school girls.

Today, Paris Kid’s bright pink sign draws tourists as well as teenage girls. Although their original accessories were simpler, Akihiro Miyakoshi, the owner, says they had to adjust quickly to the kooky fashions that put Takeshita Street on the map. Their customers love wacky accessories such as neon hair extensions, giant puffball earrings, and colossal patterned bows. Foreign visitors find items featuring anime characters, Kanji lettering, and their starfish and seashell hair clips and earrings especially appealing.

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Recently, sales of tattoo chokers have spiked, since they’ve been coming back in style. However, not all of their items are so over the top; many of their accessories look delicate and expensive, even though the majority of their inventory sells for ¥324.

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If you aren’t in Japan right now, or are in Japan and can’t make it to Paris Kid’s to get in on the fun, you’re in luck! Paris Kid’s has launched its first online shop (and in English!!).

But if you can stop by the Paris Kid’s store, good news! If you show the following picture at the register, you will receive an 8% discount on your purchase. Now that’s a great accessory!


Paris Kid’s Store Information

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Nearest Station: 2 minute walk from Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line

Hours of Operation:
Weekdays 10:00am-7:30pm
Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm
Sunday 9:00am-8:00pm
Estimated Price: Accessories start at ¥324. Don’t forget the discount!
“Why Go?”: Get great accessories at a great price from one of the most famous stores in Tokyo. And you’ll have a great story of your Tokyo trip to go with it!
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June 14, 2016 0 comment
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ABC Mart is a shoe store chain that is all over Tokyo that sells trendy men’s and women’s shoes at a decent price. ABC Mart specializes in shoes, but also sells small quantities of other apparel such as shirts and socks. With popular Japanese brands (Yohji Yamamoto, mastermind Japan, NUOVO,  etc.) and Western brands (Vans, Reebok, Nike, Converse, Adidas, etc.), the shop brings in customers of many ethnicities and appeals to both genders. We specifically recommend the store in Shibuya, which is huge and packed to the brim with merchandise. From simple sandals to unique, intricate boots, ABC Mart brings a whole new meaning to “shoe shopping”. Within the sea of items, some certainly are treasure, and it is quite fun to try and find that rare deal that’s a steal. If you could use new shoes, or if you’re a “shoe-shopper”, then be sure to check this place out! You can’t get some of these shoes anywhere else (at least, not without paying a fortune)!
*It should also be noted that this shop is located in Center Gai, which is one of the busiest places in Shibuya as it is packed with lively restaurants and shops. If you ever visit, make sure you also explore the surrounding area!

ABC Mart Shibuya Information

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Nearest Station: 7-minute walk from Shibuya Station (click on the Google Map for walking directions)

Hours of Operation: Open Daily 10am – 9pm
“Why Go?”: If you want to expand your shoes collection with great deals
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June 8, 2016 0 comment
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If you’ve been looking for a pair of sneakers while in the Tokyo area, there really is only one brand that you should be going for. Started in 1949, Onitsuka Tiger is one of the oldest sneaker brands in Japan. Since they began making sneakers, Onitsuka Tiger has grown to become a reliable and fashionable brand, with 80% of its customers being foreigners. If you happen to be shopping in the Harajuku area of Tokyo, head over to the Omotesando branch of Onitsuka Tiger and see what you can find!
Of course if you can find the style of sneakers that Onitsuka Tiger has come to be known for in styles designed for both men and women. Even though you can find Onitsuka Tiger’s classic low top style sneakers at the Omotesando location, what is really neat to look for their collaboration sneakers. Onitsuka Tiger has recently teamed up with street-fashion icons, Publish Brand, for a new shoe. The shoe is an update to the Colorado Eighty-Five MT Samsara model. The shoe comes in two sleek colorways, an olive, earth-green, as well as a darker, more mysterious navy. Onitsuka and Publish Brand are marketing the shoe towards “creative nomads” and it definitely succeeds with its clean, lines and minimalist aesthetic that fit great with current street styles.
Onitsuka Tiger does not just offer you classic and high quality sneakers, but you can also pick up a variety of clothing and accessories. Like their sneakers, their clothing is available for both men and women. Whether you are looking for a new pair of jeans or something little fancier, Onitsuka Tiger can help you out. You can pick yourself up a great new party dress, skirt, or bomber jacket. Because the Onitsuka Tiger brand is known for their athletic sneakers, you can get yourself a whole new outfit to go with your new sneakers.
If you are looking to pick up an item from a 100% Japanese made label, then head over to Omotesando and give Onitsuka Tiger a visit!
Tip: Make sure to bring your foreign passport to deduct the 8% consumption tax (equivalent to VAT in Europe) off your purchase!

Onitsuka Tiger Omotesando Information

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Nearest Station: 6-minute walk from Meiji-Jingumae/Harajuku Station (Chiyoda, Fukutoshin and Yamanote Lines) and 7-minute walk from Omotesando Station (Ginza, Hanzomon Lines

Hours of Operation: 11:00AM-8:00PM Everyday
“Why Go?”: If you want premium Japanese-made shoes to hit the streets in
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June 8, 2016 0 comment
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So you have gotten your whole wardrobe together and you are ready for the new season. But after weeks of compiling the perfect look, have you given any thought to how your feet are looking? Sure you may look absolutely fantastic from the ankles up, but what about from the ankles down? The chain Tutuanna and several others has a great selection of hosiery and sock selection and the more modern leg ware storeAvantgarde Harajuku can help your feet look just as good as the rest of you. Another socks and tights store in the Harajuku area is The Circus Harajuku where you can find all the fun and quirky styles to accent your wardrobe.

The basement location of The Circus Harajuku has four different brands in stock: little miss mismatched, 24footwear, B by Aperire, and Jungle Tokyo. While three are hosiery and sock brands, 24footwear has a selection of shoes to go with your socks. Designed by an Urban Outfitters collaborator, 24footwear provides your with a selection of stylish boots that are both functional and fashionable in styles for both men and women. Besides their footwear brand, the variety of socks and stockings is wide and varied. Underneath your stylish knee high boots, why not have a little bit of fun? Their selection of quirky and adorable knee socks will make you want to wear those boots everyday. Take your pick from stripes, polka dots, faux sneakers with real laces, and any kind of pattern you could imagine. You can also choose between materials. The Circus Harajuku has regular cotton, sheer, and lacy socks.

When you need that special something to make your outfit complete, go get a pair of socks from the experts at The Circus Harajuku!

GPS:35.6689266, 139.70754450000004
Telephone:03 – 5785 – 1920

Opening Hours

Monday:12:00 – 19:00
Tuesday:12:00 – 19:00
Wednesday:12:00 – 19:00
Thursday:12:00 – 19:00
Friday:12:00 – 19:00
Saturday:12:00 – 19:00
Sunday:12:00 – 19:00
October 21, 2014 0 comment
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American street and urban style has begun to gain footing among men’s fashion in Japan. Labels that have either begun in America or have received influence from American labels such as A Bathing ApeX-Large, or Bounty Hunter have helped in drumming up popularity among groups of men in Japan looking to set themselves apart in their own way using their clothing. In America, this style may be associated with young men looking for trouble but the association in Japan has become one of individuality and making yourself a part of a society of fashion savvy young men. A label that is making a splash in this fashion scene is Kiks Tyo whose wittily punny “Head Shop” is located in Shibuya. This fashion label is creatively adding to this new street style aimed at young men looking to set themselves apart from the crowd.

Founder, Chief Designer, DJ, and “streetwear/sneaker culture personality hobby:tech created Kiks Tyo with the slogan “Community of the sneaker nuts, by sneaker nuts, for sneaker nuts” in mind. hobby:tech set out to add to the culture of sneaker fans by creating a clothing line that accentuates footwear while at the same time making a fashion statement in its own right. The styles available at Kiks Tyo walks the line between comfort and “bad boy.” The low slung jeans and bandanas are apart of this look as well as innovative basketball jerseys and Windows 1999 neon aquarium logo tees. It is more than just a gangster style at Kiks Tyo.

As of late, the Kiks Tyo style has begun to move away from mimicking American street style and has tested the waters of creating a Japanese street style. Where there used to be felt letterman jackets and 1990s style bucket hats there are now yukata inspired camo pattered jackets and skorts (a combination skirt and short) for men. Along with the flashier and more innovative styles of clothing, Kiks Tyo also has basic logo tees, a wide selection of denim, as well as key rings and simple jewelry that accompany, not over take, the clothes.

Just as Playboy has their yearly calendar of Playboy bunnies posing with various Playboy brand items, Kiks Tyo has their own version. Yearly, Kiks Tyo puts out a “Kiks Girls Tee” of a recently popular model holding Kiks Tyo sneakers or some other kind of memorabilia. Along with the T-shirt, Kiks Tyo DVD exposes of that years fashion ideas as well as commentary from that year’s Kiks Tyo girl. This little addition to the Kiks Tyo label sets them apart from the other street style brands.

To get a little taste of what real Japanese street fashion is becoming, head on over to Shibuya and visit Kiks Tyo!

Address:153-0002 東京都渋谷区渋谷1-22-3
GPS:35.6633688, 139.70302289999995
Telephone:03 – 5766 – 6482

Opening Hours

Monday:12:00 – 20:00
Tuesday:12:00 – 20:00
Wednesday:12:00 – 20:00
Thursday:12:00 – 20:00
Friday:12:00 – 20:00
Saturday:12:00 – 20:00
Sunday:12:00 – 20:00
October 21, 2014 0 comment
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A lot can be said about the shopping in and around the Omotesando area of Tokyo. Not only do you have the main drag at the end of Takeshita-dori that is home to shops like Wego and Awesome Store, but the deeper you go exploring within the back streets of this shopping super town the more you will discover. It really speaks to the variety and breadth of Japanese street fashion that so many stores, styles, and genres can be packed into this one small area of Tokyo while all places coexist in fashion harmony. While some fashion labels are developing and progressing the face of current Japanese street fashion, there are other places along this Japanese fashion district that have become established cornerstones of the fashion world. Even though this particular store was only founded in 2006, the fashion label Mercibeaucoup has really made a name for itself and has been consistent in it’s offerings of hip and current styles.

Mercibeaucoup, may be a young clothing label, but they already have gained a very positive reputation in the Japanese fashion sphere. Mercibeaucoup has become known for their bright and whimsical use of colors and patterns to accentuate the lines of the body. Not only that, their utilization and unique use of accessories has also become famous. Despite their well accepted history, the latest fashions that are coming from the Mercibeaucoup label are equally varied and adorable. The latest line explores the use of layering in combination with well placed screen printing. Another good thing about this line is that there are plenty of styles for both men and women to choose from!

For the men, you can pick up some styling harem pants that won’t lake you look like you are melting under fabric. The guys shopping at Mercibeaucoup also have some extremely unique foot wear to choose from as well. The ladies have a wonderful selection of colors and patters to choose from. For both men and women, Mercibeaucoup utilizes a tasteful distribution of fringe and tassels that bring movement to their clothing.

The accessories available at Mercibeaucoup are also worth taking a peak at. Their truly unique use of screen printing, tassels, and natural fabrics makes for a one of a kind bag. Maybe pick up some of their signature semi colon earrings or some of their unisex rope bracelets. Their selection of socks and hosiery are a nice combination of cute and utilitarian.

If you find yourself in the Omotesando or Aoyama area looking for a place to shop, why not stop by Mercibeaucoup and see what they have to offer?

GPS:35.6640995, 139.71095549999995
Telephone:03 – 6805 – 1790

Opening Hours

Monday:11:00 – 20:00
Tuesday:11:00 – 20:00
Wednesday:11:00 – 20:00
Thursday:11:00 – 20:00
Friday:11:00 – 20:00
Saturday:11:00 – 20:00
Sunday:11:00 – 20:00
October 21, 2014 0 comment
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