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  • Tsutaya

    The airport’s largest bookstore—with titles in both Japanese and English—is impeccably organized and also carries DVDs, CDs, and video games. Pick ... More
  • Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art

    Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, a uniquely Japanese art form, are the focus of this niche museum collection, bequethed by the estate of Seizo Ota, the la... More
  • Undercover by Jun Takahashi

    The Aoyama boutique of anti-fashion establishment designer Jun Takahashi reflects its owner's ethos: there are walls with no dry wall, only exposed... More
  • Uniqlo

    Often called the "Japanese Gap," Uniqlo is a fashion retailer specializing in casual, affordable clothing for men, women, and children. While the c... More
  • Wako

    With its distinctive clock tower and curved granite façade, Wako is one of the most iconic department stores in Tokyo. Centrally located in the Gin... More
  • Yo-Ho Brewing Co.

  • Za-Koenji

    Set in a residential downtown-Tokyo neighborhood, Toyo Ito’s design of the new Za-Koenji public theater is unabashedly theatrical. The building is ... More
  • Zenko-ji

    Seventh-century Buddhist temple that has long been a magnet for travelers; a prayer chamber is open to visitors. More
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