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High Style in Tokyo


Photo: Andrea Fazzari

Navigating through the one-of-a-kind boutiques, must-have souvenirs, and fashion-forward streets of Japan's stylish capital city.

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Destinations: Tokyo

Themes: Shopping · City Break

Inspired by: Tokyo’s Cutting Edge — by Lynn Yaeger, Published Jul. 2007

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    Anniversaire Café

    A Parisian sidewalk cafe in one of Tokyo's toniest neighborhoods, Anniversaire is a popular pit stop for shoppers who need to fuel up or relax afte

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    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

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    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

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    Around the world, the name Mikimoto is synonymous with the highest quality pearl jewelry. The company's Ginza 2 location in what's known as "the Sw

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    h.NAOTO Laforet Harajuku

    Don't miss this sprawling mall known for cutting-edge Japanese labels.


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