Top Streetwear Stores to Visit in Tokyo 2023
All you need to know to help you navigate and experience the diverse and trendsetting street fashion culture of the city.
Japan, celebrated for its rich cultural heritage and cutting-edge technology, has become a global influencer in the fashion scene. Known for its lively street fashion and avant-garde design culture, Tokyo, the vibrant metropolis and hub of the country’s modern style, has established itself as a premier spot for setting trends and driving fashion innovation.
Whether exploring the eclectic sub-cultures of Harajuku or indulging in high-end luxury boutiques in Daikanyama and Ginza, the city’s diverse neighborhoods showcase a spectrum of styles that captivate and inspire fashion enthusiasts worldwide.
Here, we have compiled a list of streetwear stores located in Tokyo to help you navigate and experience the diverse and trendsetting street fashion of the city.
Without further ado, below are our top streetwear stores in Tokyo, Japan:
Crafting the perfect streetwear shopping itinerary? It’s incomplete without a visit to Supreme. A cornerstone in East Asia’s fashion scene long before its Seoul counterpart, the Supreme Shibuya store boasts a diverse range of apparel and accessories, showcasing the brand’s latest and most coveted collections.
A BATHING APE (BAPE)
No trip to Japan is complete without a visit to BAPE, a trailblazer in Japanese streetwear. Head down to the Harajuku store and immerse yourself in the tactile experience of the pieces you’ve been eyeing on their website.
Though pictures may be prohibited in-store, rest assured, the stellar lineup of offerings more than compensates for the visual capture.
If you’re yearning for the ultimate Japanese experience, make a beeline for BEAMS JAPAN—an essential stop for those seeking both style and cultural immersion. Not only does this flagship outlet in Shinjuku offer a curated selection of cutting-edge apparel, it’s also a treasure trove of high-quality handmade household goods and memorable souvenirs.
#FR2 (Fxxking Rabbits)
Smoking kills, but a trip to #FR2 won’t. Renowned for its audacious and unconventional styles, this provocative icon takes center stage in the vibrant Harajuku area. Explore a diverse range of apparel and accessories that defy the norm, and immerse yourself in photogenic displays showcasing the brand’s iconic bunny mascot.
Jordan World of Flight Tokyo Shibuya
Seeking an alternative to conventional Nike outlets? Look no further than the Jordan World of Flight Tokyo Shibuya store. Recognized as the world’s largest WOF store, immerse yourself in the essence of basketball culture with an extensive array of the rarest items, and flaunt your creativity at their product customization workshop.
Being the sole outlet in the Asia region, the Kith Tokyo store showcases a variety of the brand’s sought-after offerings alongside a curated selection of sneakers and lifestyle goods. Remember to keep an eye out for exclusive in-store launches that occasionally take place!
If a shopping spree leaves you a bit weary, recharge at Kith Treats on the second floor with a delightful serving of ice cream.
If the American Casual aesthetic is right up your alley, then FREAK’S STORE is the right place to hit. Offering a mix of both in-line products and a curated selection of brands including NAUTICA and The North Face, it’s the ultimate destination for enthusiasts of military and gorpcore-inspired fashion.
Originating in the vibrant streets of New York and now in Los Angeles, UNION TOKYO is your gateway to a curated world of men’s fashion. Explore a diverse selection of clothing and accessories that redefine contemporary style, blending the essence of both coasts seamlessly.
Opened in early November, OTSUMO PLAZA stands as a concept store showcasing the creative brilliance of two Japanese streetwear icons—NIGO and Verdy. Explore a selection of HUMAN MADE, Girls Don’t Cry and Wasted Youth items, and anticipate upcoming showcases by emerging creators in the streetwear scene.
On the hunt for sneaker paradise? Make your way to the SNKRDUNK store in Harajuku, where your footwear fantasies come to life. Explore exclusive collaborations and discover rare releases. Who knows–that elusive pair you’ve been yearning for could be just waiting to be found.
HYPE DROP by SNKRDUNK
After exploring the Harajuku store, don’t forget to make your way to SNKRDUNK’s HYPE DROP boutique in Shinjuku. Linking diverse cultures such as fashion, art, and music, this concept store presents an evolving array of exclusive items and curated collaborations with both brands and artists.
Embraced by a tranquil zen exterior, GR8 embodies the seamless fusion of fashion and architecture. Venture inside to discover a meticulously curated realm of high-end streetwear, featuring renowned domestic selections like Maison MIHARA YASUHIRO, SAINT Mxxxxxx, and READYMADE.
atmos BLUE Omotesando
While atmos is undoubtedly familiar to streetwear and sneakerhead enthusiasts, the atmos BLUE store in the upscale Omotesando district takes the shopping experience to new heights.
Beyond its trendy assortment of footwear and apparel, this conceptual outlet features a futuristic interior, providing a distinct ambiance that enhances your engagement with their cutting-edge product lineup.
Dover Street Market Ginza
A haven for fashion enthusiasts seeking the best in diverse and discerning styles, discover global fashion excellence at Dover Street Market Ginza. Here, you will find seven floors that seamlessly blend streetwear with high fashion, including brands like Brain Dead, Supreme to COMME des GARÇONS and Chrome Hearts.
Featuring an exquisite selection from renowned designer streetwear labels like Off-White and Heron Preston, as well as avant-garde visionaries such as Yohji Yamamoto and Rick Owens, NUBIAN is an odyssey into unconventional fashion pieces that serve as a powerful medium for expressing individuality.
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