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Hysteric Glamour Tokyo Japan Shopping

Hysteric Glamour can help you find the right balance between “too much rock” and “looking like you are a part of a biker gang.” Cut off denim vests look awesome, but who can really pull that off? As it turns out, Hysteric Glamour can! This rocker’s casual clothing paradise is just the right amount of grunge and cool sensibility.

Hysteric Glamour’s selections give off that Californian feeling with a touch of grunge and rock ‘n’ roll. Layering and easy-to-wear cuts are the signature look here, and men and women alike can maintain a fashionable wardrobe while keeping their grunge and rock and roll style.

Hysteric Glamour Store Information

Website | Facebook (Japanese) | Twitter (Japanese) | Instagram | Online Store (primarily Japanese)

Nearest Station: 8-minute walk from Meijijingu-Mae station; 10-minute walk from Harajuku JR station (click on the Google Map for directions)

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

“Why Go?”: Grunge and rock clothing styles

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October 21, 2014 0 comment
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Uniqlo, the most famous Japanese clothing store, offers great quality and reasonable prices without skimping on the style. If you are looking for a Uniqlo with a spacious sales floor and a great selection of their fashions, then look no further than Uniqlo Shibuya Dogenzaka.

Spanning three floors, the Shibuya Dogenzaka branch has fashionable clothing for men, women and children. The first floor features seasonal gear, from down jackets during the colder months to tropical beach wear for your Okinawa trip. If you need a nice light suit and tie for the office, Uniqlo has you covered. They can also help you with those casual days when you are just hanging out–Uniqlo’s fashion range from their famously understated neutral colors and simple patterns all the way to their rotating selection of logo tees.

If you haven’t been to a Uniqlo yet, there’s no better location for your first visit than the Shibuya Dogenzaka location. Head on over as soon as possible!

Uniqlo Shibuya Dogenzaka Store Information

Website (via Google Translate) | Twitter (Japanese)

Nearest Station: 5-minute walk from Shibuya JR Station (Hachiko exit) (click on the Google Map for directions)

 

Hours of Operation: Open weekdays 11:00 am – 9:00 pm; Sat/Sun/Holidays 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

“Why Go?”: Get fashionable at the best Uniqlo in Tokyo!

October 21, 2014 0 comment
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Bathing Ape Tokyo Japan Shopping

A Bathing Ape (or BAPE), founded in 1993 by entrepreneur Nigo, is a Japanese clothing brand that sells lifestyle and street wear for men and women. Though based in Tokyo, the BAPE clothing line’s popularity has extended overseas due to celebrities like Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z wearing and raving about the brand.

Bathing Ape Tokyo Japan Shopping

A Bathing Ape has locations all over the world, but the best places to find the brand in Tokyo are at their Harajuku and Shibuya locations. BAPE clothing and accessories often feature pop culture icons from things like Nintendo, Sponge Bob Squarepants and Marvel comics, though they produce many of their own unique designs.

A Bathing Ape Location Information

Website | Facebook | Twitter (Japanese only) | Instagram | Online Store

Harajuku Store Nearest Station: 8-minute walk from Harajuku JR Station (Yamanote Line) (click on the map for walking directions)

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

Hours of Operation: Harajuku Location 11:00 am – 8:00 pm daily, Shibuya Location 11:00 am – 9:00 pm daily.

“Why Go?”: Are you kidding? It’s BAPE! Come here to get the greatest in street fashion during your trip!

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October 20, 2014 0 comment
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