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Our new addresses

Contact your local agent to receive our new addresses dispatched pear neighborhood and segment + for the first time, this year, we will disclose our designers's exclusive addresses!
We can also organized a personalized shopping experience, more information upon request!


Known as one of the hottest craft cafés in Paris, Coutume landed in Tokyo in April and has already found a dedicated following with its light roasts and relaxed, no-frills atmosphere. Both drip-style and espresso-based coffees are available, while the excellent sandwiches are made with bread from Gontran Cherrier.
5-8-10, Minami Aoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo
Opening hours: 7:30-21:30


A new store with a fine selection of emerging designers with an artisanal background. Understated Japanese aesthetic, captured in natural materials. the store is also home to a coffee parlour and shoe shining corner.
5-10-5 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours: 11:00-20:00


Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, the first Andaz hotel in Japan and the 12th Andaz hotel globally.
Located between the Tokyo Tower and Imperial Palace, the hotel offers access to key locations and sites, including the Ginza shopping district, cultural attractions and the city’s central financial area.
Designed by interior designers Tony Chi of New York and the Tokyobased Shinichiro Ogata, Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills uses natural materials such as washi paper and walnut throughout each space.
The Japanese penchant for authenticity of material and textures translates to simple, yet sophisticated, interiors.
1-23-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81 3 6830 1234



Neighborhood added a new retail space to accompany its iconic store in Harajuku, with a new location in the more frantic Shibuya area. What will turn out to be an area of great interest with it located near the new WTAPS GIP store as well as the new -atelier- Head Porter store.
1F Senjou Building, 1-8-13 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81 (0)3-3780-3204
Open: 12:00- 20:00



The newly redeveloped Yurakucho location will be the 14th for Lumine in Japan and will be the first not to be part of a railway station. At 22,000sqm Yurakucho Lumine will house up to 100 tenants targeting women in their 20s and 30s. Most of the tenants are fashion stores including United Arrows, Tomorrowland, Ron Herman and Parigot.
2-5-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81 (0)3-6268-0730
Open: 11:00-21:00



In December 2011, Japan’s book, music, and movie retail giant Tsutaya opened its new store in Daikanyama. The core of the new Tsutaya is a book shop, but the concept has been shaken up in a happily postmodern fashion: Among the books, music and films, there's also a Starbucks cafe, the late night bar Anjin, a travel agency, a convenience store and Tokyo's largest pen collection. The entire facility mixes a modern and open floor plan with exquisite interior design and art objects, with touch screens and iPads of all sizes to help you further navigate the space.
 17-5 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel:+81 (0)3-3770-2525
Open: 1F 7:00-26:00 and 2F 9:00-26:00



“Muveil” by Michiko Nakayama launched her very first flagship shop in Aoyama.
B1 Chateau Toyo Minami Aoyama, 5-12-24 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours: 11:30~20:00
Phone: +81 (0)3 6427 2162


These days Harajuku seems to be staking its claim for a new title: pancake capital of Tokyo.  Eggs’n Things, Bills, San Francisco Peaks and more to come. A Zushi pancake house Sunday Jam – named after the only day of the week on which it's usually trading – opened a branch not far from Takeshita-Dori. Unlike its Shonan forebear, this eatery will be doing business week-round, though you can expect a similar lineup of Honolulu-style pancakes and burgers, with added opportunities for boozing in the evenings.
2F, 4-28-27 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours: 9:00~22:00
Phone: +81 (0)3 3478 5707


Omotesando Koffee is a tiny little coffee shop located in a house, tucked into the hilly back streets of Harajuku- good luck on finding it! The exterior of the shop is simply an old, traditional Japanese house and garden, and inside hides a sleek, minimalist interior. The menu is simple, and the espresso is outstanding. Absolute perfection in every cup, the right amount of bitterness and frothy texture.
4-15-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81 (0)3-5413-9422


Men's department store
2-5-1 Yaraku-Cho, Tiyoda -Ku
Tel: +81 (0) 3-6252-1381


Homeware store 
107-0062 Franc FrancVillage
Minami- Aoyama, Minato - Ku 3-11-13


Fashion concept store 
1F 5-9-25 Jingumae, Shibuya-Ku
Monday to Sunday: 11am - 8pm



Globally popular dance brand Repetto launched its first flagship store “Repetto Ginza” in Japan on July 21. This shop is hugely inspired by the brand’s head store in Opéra, Paris, and has a large shoe shelf where over 1,700 pairs of ballet shoes are beautifully displayed.
The first floor sells Repetto’s iconic ballet shoes, town shoes and leather bags, and the second floor sells a full lineup of dance-related products. These include dancewear, shoes and bags. In addition, Repetto Ginza has the first Atelier Repetto in Japan. This atelier allows customers to order bespoke ballet shoes for town use.
1&2F GM-G Bldg, 2-5-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours: 11:30~20:00
Phone: +81 (0)3 5159 6222



Japanese multi-brand menswear boutique 1LDK  has opened a new concept store-cum-restaurant called 1LDK Apartments in Nakameguro that offers womenswear, lifestyle and interior products. Designed by Ken Nishijo from Raregem, the space has a utilitarian aesthetic, featuring iron-framed multiple doors on the store front, stained white walls, simple shelving with piled stock boxes and exposed heating ducts. A plain wood floor and tiled hallway create a clean finish.
1-7-13 kami Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours:  (shop)14:00~20:00, (café) 11:30 till late
Phone: +81 (0) 3 5728 7140