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Check Out the Exciting Mall and More Soon Opening in Shibuya!

If you have been to Shibuya (渋谷) these past few years, you might have noticed that there are construction efforts taking place at the area around Shibuya Station (渋谷駅). This is because that area is undergoing a large-scale redevelopment as part of the Shibuya renewal plan. One of the transformations of Shibuya includes the opening…

A Shopping Mall is Opening Soon in Ginza, Featuring Art by Yayoi Kusama!

Have you heard about Ginza Six? It is a new shopping complex which will be opened soon and you really do not want to miss it! The mall will feature art installations by Yayoi Kusama (草間彌生), who is known for her eccentric art style based on her fascination with dots. One of her most recognizable…

Shop ‘Til You Drop at These 3 Popular Department Stores in Tokyo

Tokyo (東京), as the capital city of Japan, is literally made up of several department stores. Every year, new establishments open up which leave more choices for shoppers, and yet more confusion for some. So if you’re planning on heading to the most trusted and well-established department stores for your shopping needs, why don’t you…

Visit Shibuya Modi For a Taste of Modern Fashion!

Tokyo is considered as one of the global fashion capital cities in the world. Many of you will notice how both men and women in Tokyo love to dress well. And of course, there are some places that immediately spring to mind when talking about fashion here. There are the areas of Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku,…

The Basement Floor Food Heaven in Japan

Departmental basement floor may quite likely be valet parking in other countries, but in Japan, they are simply food heaven! Departmental stores in Japan usually typically cater to middle to high- end shops, but the basement is a democracy of good food at affordable prices for everyone. Fresh Foods Area Departmental basement floors are typically…

5 Different stores and hypermarket I’ve been during my 1 year stay in Japan

My experienced in Japan was amazing. At first, it was a hesitant and I also felt that thing called “home-sick” dilemma. But after 4 to 5 months, I was able to coped up and started to love Japan including its food, people, places and everything. I am an extrovert type of person, friendly and outgoing.…