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London Olympics’ medalists’ parade in Ginza, 500,000 spectators

By TERRY - Last updated: 金曜日, 8月 31, 2012

A huge parade event of  London Olympics medalists was hosted in Ginza, the busiest and most popular shopping toen in Japan by JOC on Aug.20th.


This event was held in order to celebrate the record- high number of the Japanese athletes’ medals at the London Olympics this year, which is 38 (Gold:7, Silver 14, Bronze:17). Totally 71 medalists of the games including all of the 7 Gold medalists joined the parade and   waved and smiled to the spectators and passers-by in convertible cars and buses.

Surprisingly, the total number of the spectators and passers-by is said to have added up to about 500,000.  Ginza, the biggest and fanciest shopping town in the country, had never been visited by such a high number of people before the event took place in history,which implies this parade itself also made the mark of “record-high” as the number of the medals.    All the people there were quite excited and whole of the area enjoyed the crazy

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Exciting and vivid! Tsukiji Market-Vol. 4

By Kikki - Last updated: 土曜日, 8月 4, 2012

Tsukiji is not limited only to professional buyers but also you can enjoy eating and shopping under certain rules





The case that good quality of fresh seafood and a large number of gourmet people eating at various kinds of restaurants in the market, attracted much attention from the mass media. And addition to that, the market took the deregulation of arrivals other than professional fresh food dealers and started promoting more tourists to come, and then a large number of people such as tourists and shoppers have visited to the market. Now the market is often introduced on many guide books including that for foreign visitors regarded as one of the most attracting sightseeing spots inJapan.


There are two different market zones in Tsukiji. One is the Tsukiji Market (so-called Inner Market) and another is Outer Market which is actually an ordinal shopping zone next to the Tsukiji Market. Shops in the Tsukiji Market are basically for wholesalers, food dealers, and other related professional people. Outer Market is just an ordinal shopping zone for general citizens and tourists. On the other hand, so called ‘Jogai’ or outer market is the market which has come into being spontaneously just next to the inner market. There are over 500 shops and restaurants in ‘Jogai’ market and crowded with general citizens and sightseeing people everyday. Outer Market covers an area from the crossing of theShin-ohashi Streetand theHarumi-dori Streetto the border line of the Tsukiji Market.

So called ‘Jonai’ or inner market is consisted of three areas, the seafood intermediate wholesalers area, the vegetables & fruits intermediate wholesalers area, and ‘Uogashi-yokocho’ or associated business with the market.

Most citizens consider the inner market as only for professional people such as wholesalers, intermediate wholesalers, and buyers from food industries. Actually general citizens can visit the market and purchase food with reasonable prices. Especially at ‘Uogashi-yokocho’, there are a number of popular restaurants and many gourmets often eat delicious dishes there.


Although, you can enjoy eating and shopping there, we recommend you to observe basic seven rules especially in the inner market.

1.     Try not visiting too early morning 

Most auction start at about 5:00 in the morning. Shops in the intermediate wholesalers try to bring back and display their purchased seafood at the auction market as soon as possible. Between 6:00 and 8:00 in the morning, the market is very crowded with professional buyers so that you are better not to visit there. Most suitable period is between 8:00 and 11:00 in the morning, but tries not visiting after that, because most shops finish their business. And also most shops in ‘Uogashi-yokocho’ and ‘Jogai’ or outer market are beginning to close their shops around 2:00 p.m.




2.     Every street in the Tsukiji Market is not prepared for pedestrians but for professional workers at the market 

Streets in the market are crowded with coming and outgoing trucks and turrets, bicycles, and other vehicles drove by professional people. All streets are not prepared for pedestrians so that you are better not to disturb their way. You must not stroll with number of people together or not to stop on the street.






3.      Put casual cloth with a pair of sneakers for nimble and agile movement 

Differ from shopping street in your town there are many wet and slippery areas in the market, such as fish tanks, wet floors after washing pieces of fresh seafood. It is better to wear rather casual cloth with a pair of sneakers which help moving quickly in wet and crowded streets.







4.     Try not beat down the price 

Auction system is employed for keeping adequate and reasonable prices, in which only intermediate wholesalers and other licensed buyers can attend. They are professional people who are quite confident to set prices on their dealings. It is a hard-and-fast rule that you never try beating down prices on your purchasing seafood at the market. Compare to ‘Ameya-yokocho’ in Ueno, the Tsukiji market is regarded as a public central wholesale market where the function of collection, distribution, and pricing of goods is done. Basically, it is for professional people, such as owners of small scale shops, eating houses, and first-class Japanese restaurants. Basically, pricing of goods is not done through negotiation for discount. Although, some shops sell their goods to general citizens, same style of negotiation like in ‘Ameya-yokocho’ is not recommendable.

The intermediate wholesalers and other people working on the dealings know about seafood very well. So do not hesitate to ask them if you have some questions on seafood.


5.     No Smoking in the market except in designated places 

You can smoke only at the designated places where ashtrays or smoking stands are arranged. Of course, it is strict rule that no smoking while you are walking on the street.

And there is no trash box on the street so that you must bring back your trash with you.





6.      Observe the guidance from the shop keepers while you are on the waiting line 

There is large number of popular restaurants both in inner and outer markets. When you try to eat at these popular eating places, it is better to follow the guidance made by the staff from the restaurant. Most restaurants are usually located in the crowded streets so the waiting line sometimes disturbs other shoppers to come in. Most popular restaurants, especially located in the ‘Uogashi-yokocho’ usually have only limited space for their guests, so that you are better not to bring your heavy or large luggage into the market.



7.      It is recommendable to list up items for shopping or restaurants before visiting

It is hard to find where to buy and eat if you are not familiar with the Tsukiji Market. You can find list of shops and map on the web-site of the market. (  So it is recommendable to make your shopping list and place of shops on the map before hand. If you need an English speaking guide with you please contact with us. (  We have experienced tour guide who knows the Tsukiji Market in detail.


Now you are now free to visit the market under certain rules

Along with the increasing number of visitors, including tourists and general citizens other than professional buyers, the market had tolerated those people entering into the keep off places. However, some people tended to disturb general procedures and function of market rules, so the market had set several restrictions for them.


General citizens and tourists were not allowed entering into auction markets, except for frozen tuna auction market where the special observation area was set between 5:00 and 6:15 in the morning.


All auction markets were kept off for general citizens and tourists until 2009/1/17.


Tuna auction market was kept off for general citizens and tourists until 2010/5/8.

Although, there is no restriction on visitors now, except student groups, the market gives the next matters that require attention.

Basic matters that require your attention within the inner market

The Tsukiji Market provides no safe passages especially for visitors. Please make your attention on the next matters when you visit the market.


  1. The market is usually crowded with trucks, special purpose compact cars and other traffics. Please put your attention to these traffics for avoiding any accidents.
  2. Some areas in the market are wet with water and slippery.
  3. Smoking is basically prohibited in the market except some designated places with smoking stands.
  4. No dangerous objects and living pets are allowed bringing into the market.
  5. A wheelchair user must accompany a person.
  6. It is not recommendable to accompany baby or little child in a stroller, wearing of unstable footwear such as a pair of sandals or high-heeled shoes, or carrying of heavy or large luggage, such as suitcase when you entering into the market.
  7. The market has no responsibility on your accident occurred in the market.
  8. No large number of groups is allowed to visit the market, because it obstacles the traffic in the market.
  9. No sightseeing tour is allowed in the market.


The market is usually crowded with trucks, special purpose compact cars.

Some areas in the market are wet with water and slippery


<Reference materials>


For travelers from overseas

As a certified guide-interpreter in English and also a writer of the website “Cool Japan Guide”, I am very happy to introduce ‘Tsukiji Market’. If you have something to ask, like to make reservation, or need English speaking tour guide when visit toTokyo, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your kind cooperation, I am looking forward to your contact.

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“The 14th Japan International Seafood & Technology Expo”

By TERRY - Last updated: 火曜日, 7月 31, 2012

I wrote about a food exhibition I visited with my customers the other day on my previous post here. Here I introduce another food exhibition to which I took my customers recently. That is “The 14th Japan International Seafood & Technology Expo” (, hosted by Japan Fisheries Association ( at a huge venue in Tokyo Bigsight in Tokyo on Jul.18-20.


I visited the event with my customers who were food buyers on the 19th and found so many other visitors, stores, companies and their foods there. We also tried various food ,such as sashimi(raw fish), sushi, and others ,all of which were quite good. The companies are not only from Japan but from a lot of  foreign countries as well,so I was able to enjoy foreign dishes using various seafood.

Totally, more than 400 stores or companies joined and ran their booths where some of them demonstrated cooking or other events having their visitors try their items. And totally, 26,101 people visited the expo during the three days.

Like the other event I wrote previously, this event had mascot characters of stuffed-animal costumes as well.


What  amazed me most in the expo was an “automatic sushi maker”, which I saw for the first time and the shushi made with that machine were all delicious to my satisfaction.

This event was supported by a lot of  companies based in Tohoku Region as well and one of its purports was to assist Tohoku suffering from the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami disaster last year. The facilitators intend to reinvigorate Japanese fishery business including those in Tohoku  so that that industry can work powerfully to make our country energetic and richer and people can be happier overcoming the damages and sufferings.

My customers and a lot of others had business negotiations with the sellers in a very vigorous atmosphere and manners. I am so happy the tour I took care of was successuful and fruitful.  


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The Fascination of Foods Discovery Project 2012

By TERRY - Last updated: 月曜日, 7月 30, 2012

A food exhibition, “The Fascination of Foods Discovery 2012 ” was hosted by an association of local banks at TRC(Tokyo Ryutsu Center) in Tokyo on Jul.17-18.


More than 100 stores or companies joined and showcased their items, have their visitors try foods, and host business negotiations with buyers who visited there. I took my customers who were buyers and showed them around in the event as a tour guide.

There walking a mascot of an stuffed-animal costume, my customers seemed so interested in the items and enjoyed the foods and services or negotiations. I tried fish,meat,wine ,and so forth, all of which were delicious. The atmospehere of the venue was very lively and fun with a lot of visitors and staffers.







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Exciting and vivid! Tsukiji Market-Vol. 3

By Kikki - Last updated: 土曜日, 7月 28, 2012

 Structure and layout of the Tsukiji Wholesale Market



Main Gate



Left: Main Gate

Upper right: Police Station


Lower right: Tsukiji-shijo Station


The main gate faces toShin-ohashi Street. There are the Central Market police box under the Tsukiji Police Station and Tsukiji-shijo Station (Toei Oedo Line). On the other side of the street, there are theNationalCancerCenterHospitaland the Tokyo Headquarter of the Asahi Shimbun Company.


Seika Gate



Seika Gate

Vegetables & Fruits Wholesalers’ area


The gate is named after the vegetable and fruit auction market nearby. There is always heavy traffic of truck loaded with vegetable and fruit.


Kachidoki Gate



Kachidoki Gate

Kachidoki Bridge Information Center


The Kachidoki Gate is located nearKachidokiBridge. There areFishInformationCenterandTsukijiWelfareCenterwithin the wholesale market andKachidokiBridgeInformationCenteroutside of the market and Nichirei Corporation, one ofJapan’s top producers of frozen foods and a leader in cold storage warehousing, on the other side ofHarumi Street.


Kaikobashi Gate



Kaikobashi Gate

Namiyoke Shrine


The Kaikobashi Gate is located next to Namiyoke Shrine. There used to be an arched bridge ‘Kaikobashi’ that spanned the branch of Tukiji-gawaRiverand the gate was named after Kaiko-bashi. The branch of Tukiji-gawaRiverhas already been reclaimed and used now as a parking lot for bicycles.

Ichibabashi Gate


The Ichibabashi Gate is located the most north-eastern part along the Shin-ohashi street. The gate was named after Ichibabashi Bridge that had existed around there. The gate is regarded as a back gate with a narrow one-way street for getting out from the market.


‘Uogashi-yokocho’ or Buildings for industries associated with the market


Associated companies complement the major function of the market. Along with restaurants, there are shops run by associated companies in selling various kinds of products and goods. The area has shops of seasoned dry laver, green tea leave, books, groceries, kitchen knives, and others. A very peculiar product among items a garnish of shredded or sliced vegetables served with raw fish. Although, restaurants within the area are rather small scale, these restaurants serve very popular dishes which attract visitors to the market.


“Tokeito” or Clock Tower Street


The clock tower had once existed on the rooftop of the market building but it just remains on the name of the street in front of the market. The street divides between the seafood and the vegetables & fruits areas.



Temporary Custodies


Temporary Custodies keep purchased articles by food dealers and brokers in the market. There are several custodies called in short name like 「特」 or Special, 「東」 or East, 「西」 or West, and 「新」 or New.

Purchased articles are collected from the auction market or food dealer’s shops and delivered to the each private food shops and restaurants in the town after loading on the trucks at the custodies.

It is commonly called “Shiomachi-jaya” or simply “Chaya”. The origin of common name of “Chaya” or temporary custody dates back to the period when the seafood market was existed in Nihonbashi area. “Shiomachi” literally means waiting for a high tide. Purchased articles had been delivered by boats sailing on waterways set up city-wide, such as on rivers and canals during the period. People worked in “Chaya” were totally depended on high tide. Only contracted dealers use the “Chaya” system.


Tokyo Metropolitan Hygienic Laboratory at the Wholesale Market



Official watchmen for food hygienic under the laboratory always watch, inspect on food articles, and give hygienic advice to all food dealers in the market. The laboratory belongs to the Tokyo Metropolitan Welfare & Public Health Bureau, and has other two branch laboratories at the Adachi Market and the Ota Market.


Tsukiji Outer Market Shopping District


So called “Jogai” or outer market is also formed for professional buyers and other visitors to the market. On the other hand, “Jonai” or inner market is called for the Tsukiji Market itself. Compare to the inner market, the outer market is popular among general citizens and tourists.


Namiyoke Shrine


Namiyoke Shrine is located just beside the Kaikobashi Gate. The place name “Tsukiji” literally means reclaimed land. Surrounding area of the Tsukiji Market is really a reclaimed land built in the Edo period. In the beginning of the Edo period (1658) reclaiming project started on the area from Tsukiji-honganji Temple to the market. However, the project had a heavy disturbance caused by wild waves.

The old regent said that an image of the god of the harvest was found from the sea and enshrined to the place, and the wild waves were moderated after that, and the project could be completed.


Sushi-zuka and Ebi-zuka



People believe it as a guardian deity against misfortune and for safe voyage because of its origin in the old story. And also, there are burial mounds for sea products where departed soul of sea products enshrined, such as “ebi-zuka” or burial mound for shrimps and lobsters, “sushi-zuka” or burial mound for fish and shell used as materials for sushi, and “tamago-zuka” or burial mound for eggs.


<Reference materials>


For travelers from overseas

As a certified guide-interpreter in English and also a writer of the website “Cool Japan Guide”, I am very happy to introduce ‘Tsukiji Market’. If you have something to ask, like to make reservation, or need English speaking tour guide when visit toTokyo, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your kind cooperation, I am looking forward to your contact.

Please Contact Us/お問合せ

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Animate liner bus services “Ani-ten Special Express 2012”

By TERRY - Last updated: 木曜日, 7月 26, 2012

Animate, one of the biggest store chains of anime and manga related items, will temporarily provide special services of  liner buses between its stores and the venue of  Comic Market, the big manga event. This service is called “Ani-ten Tokkyuu 2012″(/アニ店特急2012, anime store special express ).

The service started in 2007 and has been provided periodically since then. The tickets were available through a lottery for those who buy specific items. And passengers will receive special presents, services such as  radio broadcasting on the bus related to some works.

The routes and schedules are as followes;

Shinjuku line, Ikebukuro line : Aug.10-12 , Shibuya line:Aug.11-12





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Exciting and vivid! Tsukiji Market-Vol. 2

By Kikki - Last updated: 土曜日, 7月 21, 2012

How to arrive at the Market Place






Upper: Tsukiji Station on the Tokyo Metro Line is convenient from Ginza

Lower: Tsukijishijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line is just next to the main gate


The nearest subway station is Tsukijishijo Station on the Toei Oedo Line; however Tsukiji Station on the Tokyo Metro Line is rather convenient when you come from Ginza area.

“Jonai-shijo” or “inner market”



Actually, the Tsukiji Market is consisted of two distinct sections. So-called “Jonai-shijo” or “inner market” is only the licensed wholesale market, where the auctions and most of the processing of the fish take place. In the inner market, approximately 900 of licensed wholesale dealers operate small stalls.


“Jogai-shijo” or “outer market”


On the other hand, so-called “Jogai-shijo” or “outer market” is just a general shopping street close to the Tsukiji Market, where is a mixture of wholesale and retail shops that sell kitchen tools, restaurant supplies, groceries, and seafood. There are also many attracting restaurants, especially sushi restaurants. Including some eating places, most of the shops in the outer market tend to close by the early in the afternoon, and in the inner market even earlier. So it is not recommendable to visit the market place in the afternoon.

Subway Routes

The nearest station is ‘Tsukiji-shijo’ (Toei Oedo Line). Other nearby stations are ‘Tsukiji’ (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line), Higashi-ginza (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line or Toei Asakusa Line), and Shintomi-cho(Toei Shinjuku Line). Tsukiji is a large market place so you can choose among them depended on your destination in the market.





‘Tsukiji-shijo’ (Toei Oedo Line)

‘Tsukiji’ (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)


Bus Route


Toei bus route 01, a loop-line bus, starts from JR Shinbashi Station which includes Tsukiji-chuo-shijo stop on the route. Although, it is a type of loop-line bus, arrived bus sometimes adjusts its schedule time in the market. From 8:00 to before 10:00, it is busiest period of time, so bus never arrives inside of the market but stop at the Asahi News Headquarter instead. The bus service finishes before 18:00. Bus service is suspended on Sundays, holidays, and market closed days.


The route between Tsukiji Central Market and National Cancer Center Hospital will stop running on days when the market is closed.









Only registered cars can come in the market. There are a few parking lots nearby the market, so it is recommendable to come by public transportation. Even any taxi can not come into the market.



Reference materials


For travelers from overseas

As a certified guide-interpreter in English and also a writer of the website “Cool Japan Guide”, I am very happy to introduce ‘Tsukiji Market’. If you have something to ask, like to make reservation, or need English speaking tour guide when visit toTokyo, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your kind cooperation, I am looking forward to your contact.

Please Contact Us/お問合せ


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Tokyo Sky Tree Grand Open today !

By TERRY - Last updated: 火曜日, 5月 22, 2012

Tokyo Sky Tree , the newest popular tourists’ destination of Japan at the moment finally hosted its Grand Opening  and started its operation today May 22nd 2012.


Lucky 9,000 winners of the admission tickets of the obsevatories and other visitors visited the highestand newest tower in Japan.  Only one out of 335 applicants won the ticket to the First Obsevatory(350m high) for the entry there in daytime of the 22nd.

All the tickets to the First Observatory(/天望デッキ, Tenbou Deck) up to those for  Jul.10th can be purchased by advance reservation only.  The reserved tickets prices are;  Adult: 2,500 yen, Junior or Senior high school student: 2,000 yen, Elementary pupil: 1,400 yen, and  Infant: 1,100. From the Jul.11th and on, current- day tickets will be available and the prices will be;  Adult:2,000 yen,  Junior or Senior Student: 1,500 yen, Elementary Pupil:900 yen, and Infant: 600 yen. (1$≒80 yen, 1€≒102 yen)  In order to go up to the Second Obsevatory(/天望回廊, Tenbou Kairou) , surcharges are necessary (Adult:1,000 yen, Junior or Senior Student:800 yen, Elementary Pupil:500 yen, and Infant:300 yen).

It was, unfortunately, raining today 22nd, and as  strong winds began to blow in the evening, the elevator between the two observatories suspended its operation temporarily at around 17:30 and the Second Obsevatory closed at 19:30, which had orginally been planned to keep open until 22:00. Still, the illumination service started at 7:00 as originally planned.

The Tokyo Sky Tree started its history with huge enthusiasm and popularity supporeted by  people, and is expected to function as a new symbol of Japan.

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“Tokyo Solamachi” pre-open

By TERRY - Last updated: 月曜日, 5月 21, 2012

Tokyo SkyTree is to grand open tomorrow May 22nd, and today as its eve, “Tokyo Solamachi”(/Tokyo Sky town) is pre-open to press (official grand opening will be on tomorrow with SkyTree).

Solamachi( is a huge commercial complex that binds Tokyo SkyTree station and Oshiage area with 400m long (east-west) and  size of 3.69ha including  various shopping malls on the foot of SkyTree. The facility contains 312 stores or restaurants, aquarium, a bird- eye- view observatory, planetarium and other stuff to attract visitors including those from overseas.

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“Hello Kitty”‘s special shop & “Miffiy”‘s special shop at Tokyo Station

By TERRY - Last updated: 土曜日, 2月 18, 2012

“Hello Kitty Tokyo Station shop” and “miffy style Tokyo Station shop” are going to open, at the same time, on coming March 16th along Tokyo Character Street on First Avenue Tokyo Station in Tokyo Station.


This Hello Kitty’s newest store(the second one in Japan after Kichijoji shop) is planned to sell about 1200 kinds of Kitty’s popular items, while miffy’s shop(the third one in Japan) is going to sell about 400 sorts of miffy’s items. The two stores are both to be run by Sanrio and the latter is to be managed jointly by Sanrio( and Dick Bruna Japan (


Hello Kitty( and  miffy( are quite popular animal characters worldwide, so,  Tokyo Station  which is the central station of  both Tokyo and Japan known as one of the most popular tourists’ destinations as well, is expected to be visited by a lot of  tourists and passengers. I hope those new stores will be  popular sites to draw people to contribute to enhancement of tourism in Japan  a lot.

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AKB48 CAFE & SHOP AKIHABARA open,and the second “out of Japan” sister group of AKB48, “TPE48” is launching

By TERRY - Last updated: 木曜日, 10月 27, 2011

A new and the second “AKB48 CAFE & SHOP” opened just in front of  Akihabara station Tokyo on Sep. 29th.

At the cafe consists of four sections, namely “Theater”,”Cafe”,”Private room”,and “Shop”.  At “Theater”, you can enjoy buffet style meals with movies of AKB’s concerts on a large screen. At “Cafe”, you can enjoy special dishes created by AKB’s members ,which are to change from month to month. And “Private Room” whose capacity is 16 people is equipped with DVDs of AKB.  In addition, at “Shop” you can buy original items related to AKB.

Sometimes AKB’ members make “surprise” visits to the Cafe& Shop, which  makes customers amazingly happy.

And here is another new information concerning AKB48 project. On this Oct. 1st,  AKB’s management announced it is going to launch a project of a new sister group of AKB48. The new group is “TPE48”,  which is to be based in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan.  Further details of the project will be noticed to public at the end of this year, and the new group is expected to start theatrical performances around the summer in 2012.

TPE48 is to be the second sister group of AKB48 out of Japan, following JKT48 which I wrote about here before.

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Shibuya109’s Lucky Bags

By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 火曜日, 1月 4, 2011

shibuya109 luck bags
As part of their 2011 New Year opening sales, several Tokyo department stores sold unique deluxe lucky bags. About 1000 girls lined up early morning outside Shibuya 109 to buy populer brand’s lucky bags of CECIL McBEE, SLY, moussy,W♡C and EMODA etc…

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Parco Fukuoka

By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 水曜日, 3月 24, 2010
Parco Fukuoka

Parco Fukuoka

Parco is a department store chain that is located through out Japan from Sapporo to Kumamoto. It caters for the mass fashion market ranging from local brands to international brands. On March 19, 2010, Parco opens a new department store in Japan’s southern city of Fukuoka. Parco Fukuoka offers 155 stores.
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By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 木曜日, 2月 25, 2010


The shop BABY, THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT is one on the sixth floor of SHINJUKU MARUI ONE and is a hallmark of Lolita fashion. Read the rest of this entry »

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By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 木曜日, 2月 25, 2010


Very popular ACDC in Harajuku is opened on the second floor of SHINJUKU MARUI ONE, where you can enjoy various things of Rock, Punk and Lolita styles in reasonable prices. Read the rest of this entry »

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