Roppongi Shopping

Where to Shop in Roppongi - Tokyo

Roppongi has the country’s longest history with the Western market. The on-going US military presence after the war brought many American brands and goods to the area. As such Roppongi was an interesting place for Japanese people to see and learn about the people from west and all their commercial products.

Today Roppongi still attracts many foreigners for its international brand stores. Complex shopping malls in Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown developments offer days of shopping opportunities within spacious air-conditioned mazes of fashion, design and variety shops.

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Roppongi Hills

This new addition to Roppongi hosts many top Japanese and international brands. There are also many smaller boutiques, cafes, restaurants and variety shops located within this upmarket labyrinth. Roppongi Hills also houses Virgin Toho Cinema and the Mori Art Museum for a change of pace from shopping.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku
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Tokyo Midtown

The tallest building in Tokyo, Tokyo Midtown is easy to spot. Launched in 2007 as part of a huge redevelopment project it is home to 130 upmarket shops, offices, museums and the Ritz Carlton Tokyo Hotel on the top floors. Most of the shopping is located in the Galleria section, a four-storey arcade, 150 metres long and 25 metres high.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya Line, Tokyo Midtown directly connected to Exit 8
  • Address: 9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku
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Pick up a piece of vintage Japan from this three-storey antiques haven. Opened 25 years ago by American John Adair, the store is brimming with gorgeous artifacts, furniture and artworks, all un-restored.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: 7-7-4 Roppongi, Minato-ku
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Hashi Choh

Hashi, or chopsticks are great souvenirs of Japan and Hashi Choh has all kinds from the very simple to the elaborate. Exquisite lacquer work on some of the chopsticks is amazing and careful crafting makes the chopsticks completely functional. The store also carries a range of bowls, place mats and Japanese kitchen products.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: Tokyo Midtown 3F, 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku
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Everything at Muji, meaning literally ‘no-brand’, is functional, minimal and inexpensive. The brand has over 280 stores in Japan and many in other countries, popular for its simple, practical designs at good prices. There is a wide range of travel goods, clothing, household items, stationary and even snacks. For 100 yen you can purchase a plain white Muji bag and customize it with pens and rubber stamps at the register.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: Tokyo Midtown B1F, 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku
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Okura Oriental Art

This adorable little store on the outskirts of Roppongi has a reputation for dealing in antiques that are not just for looking at but can be incorporated into the functions of your everyday living spaces. From bento sets to ink-stone boxes with built-in abacuses the items in this store are out of the ordinary, intriguing and each has a rich history which store owner Mizue Sasa will be happy to relate.

  • Subway: Roppongi-itchome Station, Namboku Line
  • Address: 3-3-14 Azabudai, Minato-ku
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Oribe Style

Elegant and graceful Japanese paper lamps, ceramics and various interior décor goods are available all with a decidedly contemporary flavour. This store also has a tea room where you can enjoy a Japanese tea ceremony complemented by traditional sweets.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: 6-1-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku
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Toraya Roppongi

Wagashi are traditional Japanese confections that evolved into an art form in the ancient Imperial capital, Kyoto. Founded over 500 years ago Toraya is a famous spot for wagashi. The store also holds interesting confectionary exhibitions regularly.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: Tokyo Midtown Galleria B1F. 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku
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Kimono Art Sunaga

This store carries a wide variety of new and second-hand kimonos and yukatas making it one of the most affordable ways to purchase a traditional Japanese kit. Kimono Art Sunaga also has an assortment of unique accessories crafted from kimono cloth.

  • Subway: Roppongi Station, Hibiya and Toei Oedo lines
  • Address: 2-1-8 Azabu-Juban, Minato-ku
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