Tokyo is known for it’s fashion and he diversity of it! From Lolita to Gothic, Tokyo is full of fashion subcultures and special stores to go with them! But if you’re looking for something a little more every day, but still super trendy and street then check out this list of 10 of the BEST street fashion stores in Tokyo!
WEGO is known for it’s super cute fashion and also its super cheap prices! There are tons of shops all over Japan, so make sure you search the closest one to you! The clothes on offer here are also super street style but there is also a variety of other types of clothes on offer too! Most of WEGO’s clothing is either ‘free’ size (meaning one size fits all) or only in two sizes. Due to that it may be hard to shop here if you’re on the smaller side or larger side of the spectrum. But either way it’s worth a try!
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Depends on store, usually 10:00AM – 21:00PM
There are tons of stores all over Japan. Here is a large one located on Takeshita Street:
X-Girl is and extremely famous shop in Tokyo known for it’s women’s street fashion! The clothes are very cool and ‘street’, with tons of sporty looking clothes, sneakers, hoodies and much MORE! If you’re a male looking for street clothes in Tokyo, then you can check out their parent company called ‘X-Large’ which specializes in making street fashion for men! There are many X-girl shops dotted around Tokyo so make sure you check the closest one to you before you go!
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Depends on store. Usually 11:00AM – 20:00PM.
There are stores located all over Tokyo. Here is one as an example.
Baby Shoop is a small shop located in Shibuya 109 which is FULL of street fashion and ‘sporty’ clothes. There are hoodies, sweatshirts, hats and much more all with a unique style! The items in this store seem to be very unisex and could be worn by anyone! Although it’s small it’s not one to be missed while shopping in Tokyo.
PUNYUS was created by the famous comedian and TV personality, Watanabe Naomi. Her concept for her brand was colorful, crazy and able to fit everyone! That’s why if you’re looking for cute plus size clothes in Tokyo, this is the place to go! The fashion style is extremely unique but very ‘street’. As you can see from this picture the clothes are super cute, especially PUNYUS’ signature sweatshirts with crazy images all over them, such as carrots. You have to check this shop out if you’re shopping in Tokyo.
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Depends on store. Shibuya 109 store is 10:00AM – 21:00PM.
WC’s clothes are kind of kawaii meets street fashion. With pastel colors and tons of pink and purple mixed with sweaters, hoodies and sneakers. The uniqueness of this shop is like no other, making it a favorite among many Tokyo shoppers. As if it couldn’t get any better, the upstairs is all second hand revamped vintage clothing! Full of old T-shirts that have been dyed pink or pastel wind breakers- the upstairs in one of the best parts. A must for people who love Harajuku fashion!
SPINNS is one of the top fashion shops in Tokyo for those looking for cheap street fashion clothes! Not only do they sell street fashion but they also sell kawaii clothes along with mens too! The shop is full of variety and has something for everyone! It’s location on Takeshita street also makes it super easy to get to!
Chicago is a super cool store located in Harajuku, that sells second hand vintage clothes that are all street fashion! The fashion industry is known for having an impact on the environment in a negative way so thats why reducing our carbon footprint and shopping at more second hand stores are so important! This store makes it easy as all the clothes are in great condition and are super cool, you’ll forget you’re in a second hand shop!
Repipi Armario is a street fashion store located in Harajuku, offering street clothes at an affordable price. The store sells many staple pieces such as tops, skirts and accessories however they all have a unique flare to them. This store is great for people wanting to check out street fashion but don’t want to stand out too much!
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