2/F,Tsukiji market 6 Building, Tsukiji, Tokyo 104-0045
Tsukiji Market is well known for its raw fish market and sushi shops. Sushidai is the most popular sushi shop in the market. Every morning, there is a long queue waiting outside the shop.
1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
Fancy some Hello Kitty cakes? The giant Hello Kitty Paradise complete with bakery is definitely a must-see spot when visiting here.
2-21-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8510
Along with the usual fine dining restaurants, apparel stores and luxe cosmetics, Shibuya Hikarie has a theatre nestled in the building.
Karuizawa Prince Shopping Plaza, Karuizawa, Karuizawa-machi, Kitasaku-gun, Nagono-pref. 389-0102
Karuizawa, not only offers a one-stop shopping experience, but also a slice of beautiful nature with various amenities offered.
Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032
At Nakamise-dōri, more than 80 stalls selling trinkets and knick-knacks are proudly open for business.
Jingumae 1 chome, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0001
This teeming alley, which lies at the heart of Harajuku, represents Tokyo’s propensity for both teenage kitsch and subcultural fetish.
Ueno, Taito, Tokyo 110-0005
Ameyoko, a buzzy market street geared to shopaholics. “Ameya Yokocho”, means “candy store alley”, because candies were traditionally sold here.
4-16-2 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0045
Tsukiji Outer Market, dating back to Taisho period (1912–26), is adjacent to Tsukiji Inner Market, which is the famed wholesale fish and seafood market.
5-52-15 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0001
Nakano Broadway looks like a typical Japanese shopping plaza found in most cities.
1-22-5 Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0022
The Don Quijote chain of stores is famous for its ridiculously low prices, and this is the biggest one in the whole city.