A stone’s throw from the Gaienmae Station on the Ginza Line is Aoyama. The shopping in Aoyama is among the best known in Tokyo with boutiques and stores for young urban professionals looking to buy expensive, well cut clothing. Some of the best known international brands are found in this district, including Gucci, Prada, Michael Kors, Jil Sander, Costume National, Issey Misake, Rei Kawakubo, and many more European, American, and Japanese designers as well as a large collection of flagship stores.
Check out these stores when you are next in Aoyama, Tokyo.
- Flair Aoyama – This store is located in the centre of Aoyama and is known for taking huge risks and creating new trends. Rather than carrying what is currently popular in the streets, Flair showcases whatever their designers and operators feel looks good, making it a must-visit store for fashion lovers looking to keep ahead of the mass market trends.
- Boutique W – This store is known for the intriguing, modern design of the building itself, with headless mannequins and industrial lighting, but the mix of European and Japanese designs is an equally big draw for many Harajuku shoppers.
- Dress Camp – This store is known for its elegant, sleek design and its outlandish, colorful clothing, with everything from jackets and pants to dresses and bikinis.
- Loveless – This three storey shopping complex is home to more than 100 different brands from around Tokyo, including up and coming new stars, classic Japanese favorites and new styles that are sweeping the Harajuku and Aoyama scenes.
Some of the latest flagship stores, with exquisite interior designs!
Here is the map in case you need it.
Know more about Aoyama: VirtualJapan
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