Takashimaya Times Square is right in the heart of Shinjuku, one of Tokyo’s most exciting districts. The hustle and bustle of Shinjuku Station can be confusing for visitors, but don’t worry—whether you come to Shinjuku by train, bus or taxi, Takashimaya Times Square is easy to find. The complex is next to the Busta Shinjuku highway bus and taxi terminal, and just a two-minute walk from the New South Exit of Shinjuku Station.
This Tokyo-Skytree-adjacent mall has shops selling high-quality souvenirs, clothing, Japanese sweets, and toys. Tourist-friendly offerings include shipping, tax-free shopping, and language assistance.
Omotesando Hills got its start on February 11, 2006 as a business built in place of the old Dojunkai Aoyama apartments, which were a long-standing landmark of the Omotesando area. Visitors can enjoy shopping and dining at Omotesando Hills, a facility which features a facade one-fourth the length of the Omotesando, a 250 meter-long street that represents the world and stretches from Omotesando subway station to Meiji Jingu. This unique, fine-quality facility reaches six floors above and below ground with around 100 speciality stores that offer a style of fashion that transcends the boundaries between formal and casual. - Duty-free: around 60 shops (no duty-free counter available) - Wi-Fi: available (weak connectivity in some areas) - Methods of payment: credit card (all brands), UnionPay card, digital currency (iD, QUIC Pay, etc.) - Major brands (major shops): Valentino, Chloé, Shu Uemura, Harry Winston, Boucheron
Roppongi Hills is a commercial facility that includes more than 200 one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants, divided into four areas. The facility has an open feeling with plenty of greenery, where customers can enjoy shopping and dining while traveling around the entire urban area. One of the appealing points of Roppongi Hills is the fact that visitors can spend their time in a variety of ways, owing to the fact that this is a business complex. The shops in this complex are connected by their common identity as part of the Roppongi Hills concept, and strive for a level of originality and quality that can be found nowhere else. - Duty-free: around 180 shops (duty-free counter available) - Wi-Fi: available for free use; service details vary by provider - Methods of payment: credit card (all brands), UnionPay card - Major brands (major shops): Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Estnation, Tsutaya Tokyo Roppongi, Kenzo Estate Winery
Open since 1978, Laforet Harajuku is a fashion-oriented building that is representative of Tokyo with around 140 shops, including ladies and mens fashion, accessories, shoes, handbags, cafés and more. Since its creation, the facility has continued to express the leading edge of fashion and cultural information as a landmark building of Harajuku. - Duty-free: around 90 shops (no duty-free counter available) - Wi-Fi: available at the second-floor “Good Meal Market” - Methods of payment: credit card (all brands), UnionPay card, some transportation cards