Tokyo’s Cute Plus Size Fashion Stores
If you’ve seen Japanese fashion stores, you know how cute and amazing all the fashion is there! They really make you want to buy everything!! But shopping in Japan can be quite daunting for many people due to the sizes. Many stores in Japan only due to ‘Free’ size which is one size across the store which is usually on the smaller side! Even though there are stores that offer an ‘L’ size, these clothes would still only fit a US size 8 or a UK size 10. So, what do you do when you’re in Japan wanting to shop but can’t find things that fit?! You check out these super cute stores that offer a range of sizes including plus sizes!!!
I’m sure many of you have heard of PUNYUS, but we had to include it as number one due to it being one of the best clothing brands in Japan, for women of all sizes! This brand was bought to us by our lord and savior, Watanabe Naomi, a plus size woman who is a television personality and comedian. She created this brand so that women of all sizes can enjoy super cute and fashionable clothes! The brand has tons of clothes on offer in a range of sizes, you’re sure to find something you like!
Shibuya 109 – 2 Chome-29-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0043
10:00AM – 21:00PM
Shinjuku Lumine EST – 3 Chome-38-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022
11:00AM – 22:00PM
$ – $$
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SAKAZEN is a store in Tokyo selling women’s plus size clothing. They sell a wide variety of clothes from suits to everyday casual and the clothes are super cute too! Compared to PUNYUS these clothes are more ‘sophisticated’ due to there not being any bright colors or pictures on them. So if you’re into more casual clothes, this is a great shop to check out!
Ikebukuro – 3 Chome-38-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022
11:00AM – 21:00PM
Shibuya – 3 Chome-38-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0022
11:00AM – 21:00PM
(And many more. Make sure to check HERE to see what items each store has.)
$$ – $$$
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EUR3 is a super fashionable Japanese clothing brand for plus size girls which keeps up with all the fashion trends! They offer everything from dresses to jeans and there really is something for everyone here! They have a range of kinds of clothes from kawaii to some more sophisticated styles, this shop is a must for plus sized girls in Japan!
Shinjuku Marui – 160-0022 Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Shinjuku, 3 Chome−30−13
11:00AM – 21:00PM
Shibuya – 151-8510 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Sendagaya, 3 Chome−1−1
10:00AM – 18:30PM. Closed Saturday and Sunday.
$$ – $$$
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RU is a brand that sells a huge range of sizes, from XXS to 7L! This store really does cater to everyone! On top of that, this store sells all the necessities which are all super fashionable! This shop is particularly popular for there many styles of trousers, due to the fit apparently being super good! As you can see above they have a range of jeans and different trousers on offer as well as some cute jumpers and tops!
Ikebukuro – 3 Chome-28-13 Nishiikebukuro, Toshima City, Tokyo 171-0021
11:00AM – 20:30pm
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4llll is a popular plus size brand in Tokyo that offers plus size clothes for young people, hence why they recently collared with the anime City Hunter. Although there is a range of clothes, they do have a lot of cool street fashion too that you’ll be sure to find if you search the store! I would highly recommend this store for everyone looking for plus size clothing.
Kichijoji – 1 Chome-7-1 Kichijoji Higashicho, Musashino, Tokyo 180-0002
10:00AM – 20:00 pm
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