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visvim Omotesando

written by Sean Gregorio July 15, 2016
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visvim Omotesando

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If you are looking for the best in high-end Japanese mens and womenswear, look no further than visvim Omotesando at their flagship store in the Gyre building. Founded in 2000 by designer Hiroki Nakamura, visvim mixes Japanese minimalist ideas with themes from Americana. This style is the signature of the visvim brand, and inspires everything from their clothing lines to the décor of their stores. Everything in the store, from the wicker and distressed leather chairs to the walls covered with Americana and Native American objects, are specially chosen by Nakamura to enhance the atmosphere surrounding the clothing and to contribute to the visvim aesthetic.

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visvim Omotesando offers premium denim and high-quality cotton shirts and button-downs, mixing vintage-inspired fabrics mixed with the clean lines of modern fashion. Their selection of blazers and suit jackets have their own Japanese and western spins, such as the kimono-styled jacket with an earthy, rainbow-colored Aztec fabric. visvim Omotesando has accessories like hats and fedoras, as well as premium bags made from vegetable tanned leather and suede.

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Much of visvim Omotesando’s fame comes from their selection of shoes. Their sneakers, boots, and moccasins feature a variety of Western- and Native American-themed designs in earthy, understated colors.

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When you visit visvim Omotesando, be sure to make some time for Little Cloud Coffee, visvim’s own coffee shop located at the front end of the store.  Little Cloud Coffee offers an array of pleasing coffees and other beverages for you to enjoy while browsing for the next addition to your wardrobe.

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visvim Omotesando Store Information

Website | Facebook | Instagram | Online Store

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

Hours of Operation: Open daily 11 am – 8 pm

“Why Go?”: The best in upscale Japanese menswear with an amazing store atmosphere!

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